Maycation Day 8
More Motel Safari
On The Road Again
“Off-Network” warning from at&t is the fact that I have all “data roaming” options turned off in settings. Theoretically, this shouldn’t be possible. In reality, I used well over 400MB of roaming data while in New Mexico and Arizona.The most troubling part of this
My iPhones tend to start acting weird after a week offline. These alerts don’t help matters. I had internet (cellular, wifi, etc) almost all of the time during the 7 days preceding this message. I’d even received a warning from my carrier about using too much internet while off-network.
This is your groundhog, seeing the shadows of giants and hiding for the rest of the trip.
It’s a rather ridiculous view. It was hard to leave the balcony. The view from the other side of the hotel was the type of view most hotels would kill for but was so weak compared to this view that there weren’t even rooms on the other side, it was just what you saw when you were going to and from the parking lot.
And now for dueling panoramas. The first was taken by the default iOS camera app in Panorama mode:
The 2nd was taken as several different images and automagically stitched together into a panorama by Google Photos.
I often take a series of pics in hopes that Google Photos will make a panorama. It works 2/3 of the time but not all of those panoramas are keepers. This one isn’t perfect, you can easily see at least one or two of the lines where the photos were stitched. Both of these panoramas were cropped, the colors were tweaked, etc.