Wisteria Gate

The wisteria are in bloom around town. Their lush blues and purples, and lavish grape-juice odor, dominate the staid landscape of “the flats.” In the hills, the wisteria are not quite at their peak, with more blossoms to come, but still gorgeous with every ounce of their being.

I photographed the Wisteria Gate image, shown below, yesterday with my iPhone along Gilman Street near San Pablo Ave in West Berkeley, California. I processed the image on my iPhone using the Waterlogue and ImageBlender apps.

Wisteria Gate © Harold Davis

This entry was posted in iPhone, Photography.

2 Comments

  1. Bob Carroll June 5, 2019 at 11:14 am #

    I have been using Waterlogue for several years, but have never heard of Image Blender. There are 2 apps in the App Store with that name, Image Blender and Image Blender HD. Which one do you use? And, how did you blend?
    I love the composition. Makes me want to walk into the scene and open the gate!

  2. Harold Davis June 5, 2019 at 12:03 pm #

    I use Image Blender (without the HD, as shown at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/image-blender/id414544492). Once you open the app, blending is simple using a see-saw like visual metaphor. Thanks Bob for the kind words about my image!

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