Since taking up photography as a hobby a couple years ago, I have considered various options for sharing images, as well as my thoughts and experiences while capturing them. Managing websites is something I have experience with, but wasn’t sure I wanted to commit to that again. Over the past several months I have perused a number of photography blogs, both good and not so good. It wasn’t until I this afternoon when I had a little time to kill while my truck was being worked on, that I spent a couple hours at Barnes and Noble browsing through photography books and stumbled on a book about WordPress. The author, David Busch, has written several photography books that I have found very useful, so I sat down and spent a little time with “David Busch’s Quick Snap Guide to Photoblogging with Word Press.”
Seemingly a cheap and easy way to get my feet wet in this segment of social media, I decided to give it a go. I’m not sure how often I will be updating this blog, primarily because I have a lot to learn about how this thing works. At the least I intend to make weekly entries, including a favorite image or two from my travels. I find the uniqueness and diversity of God’s natural creations fascinating, and hope to share with you my passion and appreciation for His Creation.