I allowed my photo stock to run low over the last month or so. I did that partly to see how far the photos I had would go, and partly because the weather was bad during the early part of March and I was busy. I’m reloading now, and picking up 20-40 new, shareable images every weekend.
Since we are Blogging A to Z here, I’m doing a “grand finale” for the 2014-15 photoblogging for the next month. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays in April, the afternoon photo features will be collages of images I’ve published over the last year (not all were published here). Each will include three to five photos, and hopefully, I’ll get better at selecting and juxtaposing images as I go. (Today’s is the test version, and I’m not pleased with it, but in a hurry.)
I hope you enjoy these, and if they play well, I might make a couple of dozen and start running them on Monday afternoons. Look for a ton of all-new photos here beginning May 4.
No “What IS This?” today (haven’t had a lot of time to take photos lately), but I am on the hunt for a few more of them.
This is likely it for the day, but if you’re looking for something to read, why not take a look at the sidebar and see what some of our marvelous contributors have going on?
But what IS this cast iron thing? Take a guess, and stop by tomorrow for the Wordless Wednesday.
We’re light on Tuesday features for the next three weeks or so. David’s done with Agent Carter, and we’re gearing up for the April A to Z Challenge, so it’s not a good time for us to start a new run of anything, but I’ll try and keep the photos coming.
I have an idea for a Tuesday book feature that I’m going to be looking for a new contributor for soon. It’s an easy thing and could be good for us, but we’ve got no one to write them. If you like to do book blogging (especially lists), if you know me well enough that I would consider giving you dashboard access, and if you can produce finished posts that would fit here, I’m willing to have a preliminary conversation, but I don’t plan to actually start that rolling until May or June.
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