8 thoughts on “Photopo Gallery”
Alright, I found it! I’m beginning to realise just who you are!
Hmmm… I know it sounds terribly vain, but that does make me wonder who you see and who I am! Ha ha… I’m up to 121 now… How many does one need before one can start thinking about making a book out of them? Maybe 300, so you can cull mercilessly?
Two questions for you:
I have a flckr slideshow on my sidebar just as you do, but with random pics. How would you feel about me putting your slideshow on my space? I think that it would be terribly more interesting than random stuff from people I don’t have any connection to. Let me know.
Second, are you getting more visitors because of Vibrant Nation, that is, is it worth joining?
Answer to Question 1 – I would be very honoured. Do you need my Flickr info? (I need to update my stuff there… I need more time to keep up with all the blogging and facebook and email. Plus have time for living.)
Answer to Question 2. I get visitors on Vibrant Nation – the blog is mirrored there so the stats don’t get added to the main blog stats. I’ve been on there since May – it took a while, but I have built up a following. I think the last time I asked (they don’t send you stats) I was getting about 2000 hits a month there and met some interesting, intelligent people. So I would say it’s worth joining.
Nothing like a little nudge. I’ve updted Flickr and here is the link…
I’ve tested it on my own home page and it seems to be working fine. Thanks!
Yes, I think I need some kind of flickr link to insert into the widget. Thanks.
Somewhere you asked, “What next?” Consider a triptograph per week? I probably don’t realize the effort of such a challenge but maybe it’s another way to get your photos up and viewed. I’m glad I popped on this page and saw the montage of your photos….very powerful. Love the color, movement, combination of words and shadings. Awesome~!
Excellent idea… I will keep that in mind… storytelling pictorial essays… hmmm…
I put this page up when I was around 100 of them I think… I’ve really evolved over the year – the earlier ones were a lot more filly as learned Photoshop and also came to grips with what I was doing. And I used to hand letter, which I liked, except they were often to hard to read. Definitely inspired by Kenneth Patchen and Colin McCann… I have to say, I am proud of them… Glad you enjoy!