It’s Holiday time again and the window at the Apple Store has been updated. This year it’s magical boxes with floating iPhones and iPads. What you don’t see are the Mac Minis running the graphics.
I stopped to take a few pictures this morning as I waited in the rain for the store to open. As I was taking this one van Gogh’s Cafe Terrace at Night came to mind. A little image manipulation with Waterlogue and I could have been in Arles – the weather might have been better.
Its looks like being a great day for the Bethesda Arts Festival. A cool start to the day but no signs of rain. Hopefully I can check out the photo exhibitors at lunch. Although, last year there were only a few of them, hopefully that is not the case this year.
In all my mornings waiting for the store to open I had never noticed that the lights on the side of the building are set up to create a circle on the top of the arch.
We are onto day 6 of the iPhone 6 launch and there are still a few people willing to wait inline for the new iPhone but it looks like they prefer to wait in their warm cars than sit outside the store until we open. I arrived to find a line of chairs outside the Fruit Stand but no people.
11 AM and the line has started for the iPhone 6 at the Bethesda Row Apple Store. The second person arrived about 30 minutes later. Let’s hope it doesn’t rain.
A beautiful afternoon to sit, relax and drink a little iced tea. It’s a pity I have to go back to work.
Another early morning start at the Fruit Stand. The temperature was about 60, just right to sit and enjoy the morning.