Those of you with iPhones probably figured out that I just shake up Hipstamatic to get a random set of settings and take a photo to get the GLBPAD. I don't retake photos. What you see is what you get after the one button push. Today's looks a lot like Petco Park in the 1930s. One could almost imagine that future generations will look back on this photo with fondness for how blank the skyline behind the park is and how we were so used to quaint technologies like trolley tracks and traffic lights. Your great-great-grandchildren will marvel as you explain to them that those are real trees and that, yes, cars had wheels.