Today during a fun visit to the Apple Store in Chicago on Michigan Avenue, my wife, son and I talked to our family back in Oklahoma over a FaceTime videoconference. We used my wife’s phone for the videoconference, and I snapped the following photo using my iPhone.

FaceTime videoconference from Michigan Avenue

At times like these, it feels a bit like we are living in a real-life episode of “The Jetsons.” 🙂

Although the Apple Store in Shanghai is very impressive, I have to say the Michigan Avenue Apple Store is my favorite of those I’ve visited in person to date. I took the following picture with my iPhone using HDR Pro. Since FaceTime calls require both a cell phone tower signal AND an available Internet wifi network connection, we were borrowing the free wifi connectivity provided by the Apple Store for visitors and customers. I wish our Apple Store in Oklahoma City had a small theater area like they do in Chicago for mini-workshops. I really enjoyed attending one today about iMovie.

Apple Store on Michigan Avenue

Many thanks to Dean Shareski for sharing the HDR Pro app during a Seedlings webcast a few months ago about photo 365 projects.

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