This is the pile of bricks that have been sitting behind our house. I was a little low on pics and there was no sun about so I hadn't had a chance to shoot these for a few days. There's a rather special set of conditions that work best for shooting comics with an iphone. First, it has to be sunny, or you can't get the page to look white without heavy photoshoppery. Second, there should be no wind so the pages aren't always flipping about and the blank page I put behind the current page to keep the next comic from showing through the page. Also, of course, there can't be any rain, because... well, ink...paper...cameraphone... etc.
I live in Seattle.
So these conditions don't come about terribly often, especially in March. There were a few minutes of sunshine on this day, but it was literally 5 of them. So I had no chance to go anywhere exotic, I just set up a few shots around the house here. So you'll be seeing a few different parts of around the house and I'll be pointing out the very most exciting of them. For instance, those green bits on top of that brick are spray-over from the house painters. Exciting!
The comic it's elf is one of a few I've done with that tagline or a similar one. I like this comic a lot, though I readily acknowledge it may squidge some people out. If you would rather I not post comics like this in the future, write your congressman.
And yes, it is a touch out of focus now that I look at it. The iPhone really hates it when you have two things an inch apart and you tell it to focus between them.