Saturday Snapshot – Tree Sap

Saturday Snapshot is hosted over at At Home with Books and is just people sharing a photo they have taken and telling a little about it. A couple of weeks ago I went for a walk in my old neighborhood and when I was walking back to my car something caught my eye. I stepped back to try to figure out what it was and stumbled across this tree with a small drop of sap reflecting the sun. I just had my phone with me, so I could not get as close as I wanted too, but I did manage to get this picture of it. It is amazing that we have cameras on our phones today so I could get this picture, but I do wish I had my good camera with me that day.

So what do you think? Have you ever had a moment when you wished you had your regular camera around too and not just your phone? Or do you have a Saturday Snapshot to share?


6 responses to “Saturday Snapshot – Tree Sap

  1. My picture today was taken with my phone too. I went out and bought a new camera so maybe I’ll be better prepared next time.

  2. For a phone shot it captures the texture of the bark very well.

  3. My phone camera is so poor that I never use it (it’s an old flip phone). So yes, I wish for my good camera quite often. The other night there was a stunning sunset with the sun shining through an opening in the clouds – missed getting a photo because we were in the car without a camera.

  4. That’s an amazing shot, especially if it was taken with a mobile. My Snapshot is at

  5. That’s pretty good for a phone camera. My phone is an old Razr and the photo quality is horrible, but I almost always have my camera with me when I go out for a walk. I’m afraid if I leave it home I’ll miss a once in a lifetime shot!

  6. I know what you mean; that happens to me a lot, but it’s so nice not to carry a heavy camera around and still get decent photos at our fingertips.

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