As I was looking for the original Pulp-O-Mizer post I came across a few old posts, and it occurred to me that those posts were from a time when I had a tenth of my current subscribers.
Mind you, the same number of readers but far fewer subscribers. Anyway, I thought I would take a nostalgic look back at a time when we still believed there was hope for mankind. It’s incredible to me how assholes manage to multiply at a much faster rate than decent folks.
Anyway, the first post I re-read is about swearing. It might be fun for new readers to see an example of my early blog posts.
Another example is the post about El Paso County Park – Paint Mines. What I find interesting about these early posts is that I did not embed many photos. It’s as if I was trying to keep the posts at reasonable (and readable) lengths.
But, no . . . the aim was always to take people to SmugMug, and I (wrongly) thought if I whetted a reader’s appetite they would go to the album and look at the better version of the photos. That’s from a time when I would caption all the photos in the gallery. Some of those early albums have more writing than could be found in the post . . . and many more photos.
I’ll repeat it . . . this is one set of photos worth seeing in SmugMug (not that anyone listens).
I recently did a review of my early flash fiction. The review included the story Ancient, My Love, but perhaps new readers would be interested in my very first dragon story, Unspoiled Offerings. It was written for a contest, and I got Honorable Mention from it.
Perhaps new subscribers might be interested in how to take sunlit photos at night. If so, they should read this post.
The post right after that was of something I captured on my way to work one morning in June of 2011. A series of shots showing the Moon setting over Pikes Peak.
The post about the installation of our granite counters got a lot of views . . . perhaps it might do so again.
By 2012, I was well on my way to long and varied posts, as evident HERE. For them who are interested, neat photos of a swallow stretching.
It’s getting late, and I need to sleep . . . so one more.
THIS POST has a few shots of melting ice macros and a lot of shots of our Christmas Cactus in bloom. Worth seeing, I say . . . but then, I always say that.
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