I’m introducing a new . . . well, it’s not a feature; it’s a post. No, wait . . . it’s a new type of post; a review of photos in the previous month’s posts.
That’s not one of them. That’s from a June 2015 post about photos I took on Labor Day weekend, 2005. Why that photo? What can I say; I’m complex.
Anyway, some people who visit the blog only do so for the photos. The problem for them is that I mix in other stuff with the photos. Things like words expressing opinions and stuff.
So, I figure I should offer up what I thought were the best photos of the previous month’s post all in one gallery. Mind you, I normally have a more diverse mix, but I happened to do a big Cheyenne Zoo update in May; hence, lots of animals. Also, the operative words are “what I thought” . . . it could be you won’t see your favorite photo in here.
Going forward, if you want to ensure a particular photo is included in future reviews, mention it in the comments of the post where it appeared.
Lastly, these are not in order of appearance. Random is a thing with these galleries.
This next gallery is just of the “artist’s rendition” versions that appeared in May. Most of these are done using Topaz Plugins.
That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.
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. . . my FP ward . . . chieken shit.
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