Bowing to the Altar of . . . {139/365}

In case you didn't know. . . .hehehe. . . . the iPhone 4 came out  . . . . and with great fanfare, I might add. Chris and I stood in line for . . . all of 20 minutes :)  to obtain our iPhones.

It amazes me the strangle hold Apple has over the country.  People are willing to line up for hours on end (if you went at a peak time) to purchase a portable phone. But, all with good reason!

Apple has amazing, dependable products.  My business has flourished because I'm able to connect remotely on location with potential clients (today as a matter of fact!).  I show my work at it's full potential right then and there, rather than just passing a small business card and hoping they remember to check my website and call me.  There is a total "wow" factor involved!

For that . . . .it's worth waiting in a small cue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and dealing with AT&T.

But, I digress . . .

We bow down before the altar of the Apple.

Canon 24-70mm 2.8L - f11 @30th 100iso; the Apple Logo was shown on my iPad; shutter was dragged to allow the screen to burn in; snooted strobe illuminated me.