iPhone fun in Bayeux, France

It's about time for another iPhone post, don't you think?

As I mentioned here in a previous iPhone post, I am way behind in sharing all these little images I grab with my iPhone when I travel.  I was going through my iPhone photos recently and started counting up all the trips that I have taken over the last year or so, but haven't done an iPhone post on yet.  It's about 10.  That's too many.

So today, I am taking one off the list: Bayeux, France.

Let me start by repeating that I am WAY behind here.  This trip was in June last year.  See what I mean?  I'm way behind, but hey at least I'm trying!

You might not think it from my inability to be consistent with these posts, but I actually enjoy them quite a bit.  It's fun to run through 5-10 iPhone photos, process them and remember the scene, then relive it in my mind.  It's like a miniature virtual vacation, but without the cramped airplane seats.

But since I travel pretty frequently, and also of course I have my "regular" photos that I share here 5 times per week, plus I am starting to write more articles...well, I just get behind on things.

Anyways, Bayeux is a great little town and I really enjoyed staying there for a few days.  We chose the town due to it's proximity to Normandy/Omaha Beach, since we wanted to go to the American Cemetery there.  Talk about a thought-provoking place.  Wow.

But in addition to the World War II stuff, we just wandered and enjoyed this little town.  I definitely recommend it as a base for Normandy, but you should absolutely have a car while there.  You won't need it in town, but it makes it so much easier to get to the places you will want to go.

There is a beautiful cathedral (the first picture) and of course I just love shooting street scenes and the little shops that are scattered around.  They're just so inviting looking to me.

Also, if you haven't seen it here before, I created an iPhone gallery on the site so you can just check out some of my favorites.  I continue to upload more photos there as I get to them.  Here's the link: http://nomadicpursuits.com/iphone-gallery

And by the way, all my iPhone photos are taken with the built-in camera app, and adjusted with Snapseed.  Snapseed is so powerful and is basically all I ever use anymore!

Thanks for stopping by today!