We’re about to hit a brief lull here. We aren’t going away, and we have some interesting things in the works, but we’re a little lighter than usual on content for the next couple of weeks. It’s partly the time of year, partly that everyone is crazy-busy with a multitude of projects and offline responsibilities.
Comparative Geeks, on the other hand, is supercharged with guest posts at the moment and much of the Sourcerer crew is publishing there this summer. It’s the happening place to be right now 😉
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.