I’ve been thinking and it’s been suggested a couple of times, about doing the print-on-demand thing for selling images and finally went and tried it on.
My Instagram life being less that prolific so far, I never had very high expectations for it, but lately I’ve been bombarded with new followers. Not the kind that click ❤️ on my wonderful photos, or even better, leave a comment to engage in conversation, but more along the lines of “Click here to instamagically buy 5000 new followers”, “Join the people of light to become rich today” and that sort of thing. (and some that apparently sponsor perfumes and stuff, I have no idea what the hey that’s all about) They also don’t stick around for more than a minute, as one can discern from my utterly stagnant total.
My artsy friend Tracy asked me to participate in a 7 day black and white photo challenge, but since I don’t see most you on IG or FB here’s a rerun of my 7 photos.
Despite cold winds and rain, nature persists in getting on with spring. Last weekend was fabulous which also meant catching up on some outdoors jobs before the next storm, but I managed an ultra short “blind” photo session (as in “I can’t see a bloody thing on the display in this light”) to remind me that sweater and woodstove days will eventually be over.
Today I noticed the rape seed fields are blooming, which means I’ll be scanning the skyline soon for a very longterm project that I’ve pondered for a while but finally begun to organize at least. Too windy and chilly today however and not enough sun. Hopefully it’s still happening when my back has recovered from last weekend!
How is spring coming along in your part of the world? (or autumn, if that’s the case)