It rained on and off throughout the night, so I figured I'd start with the portion of the riverside trail that was recently closed. I noticed driving by the week before that there were no longer any signs indicating it was closed, and I'm happy to report they put down gravel. A very nice improvement to a trail I wasn't even completely sure I was allowed to be on before.
One nice thing about the new phone is the wide-angle camera. It'll take some getting used to, but it's cool. Almost like a low-effort, small panorama.
Like the last phone, it automatically goes into HDR mode in low light. I think it looks a little more obvious when it's on with this one, though.
I'm not sure it handles the zoom as well as the last one, though.
I really like how things look when I get up close.
I wouldn't have been able to get this shot if it weren't for the Cam Plus attachment. I could barely reach these leaves, and the shutter button allowed me to focus even though I couldn't see or touch the screen.
No clue why this one came out the way it did, but I like it.
Even though I wasn't going to do the island loop, I popped over to the island on a mission. This is the fern I was about to take a photo of last week when the phone died and I wanted that photo.
I love when still waters and overcast skies create these little scenes.
5.36 miles in 1:59, 12,463 steps
I'm happy to report that I could have easily done the entire normal route with no issues. I coughed a lot, but they were good, productive coughs. Gross, I know.
I finally got to test the dashcam. So far, it doesn't look like this phone does as well as the last one with that.