Consolidating

Rather than try to gather all the photos I’ve taken over the years and put them all in one place, I’m adding links in the blog to get you from here to those other places. I may eventually be able to get everything in one place, but there are reasons why those images are where they are, and I couldn’t see making the change just yet.

Flickr.com is probably where I will want to centrally locate everything—unless of course another, better photo storage/viewing option presents itself. For now, I like how this is set up. Because for a week or two I didn’t know exactly what I was going to do, and because I was learning and wanted to experiment, many of the recent images are in my Flickr PhotoStream. If you click on this photo on the right side of the screen, it will take you to Flickr.

TwitPic is sometimes how I post images from my iPhone because it’s so easy. I especially use this service if I want that photo to show up in my Twitter feed for others to see. If you click on this image on the right side of the screen, it will take you to my TwitPic photos.

Some stuff will repeat across the three websites, but there’s different images in each place if you’re interested in taking a look.

I have also added links to blogs I follow. They also appear on the right-hand side of this page. It’s a lot of fun to hear what others have to say (Shameless Moxie), to hear the thoughts about, and look at the pictures they take of their world (Sure…. Let’s Go!); and for me, it’s especially fun to drool over a gorgeous picture of some culinary delight, and then look to see if I might have the ingredients to put it together myself (Making Life Delicious). Check them out. You might also enjoy!

I have fiddled around quite a bit today and it’s past time to get outside. It’s beautifully sunny, and my weather bug says it’s to be 43 degrees. That’s a little off earlier predictions, but I’ve learned the only consistency in weather prognostication is its inaccuracy. I get it; it changes. But, I sure was looking forward to that 55-degree walk on the desert today!

Looks like snow for Monday. (Maybe THAT’ll be the 55-degree day!)

Get outside and enjoy.

About Photo Granny

Walker, bowler, golfer, talker, wine taster, amateur photographer, Mac user, tech junkie.

Posted on January 29, 2011, in Photos. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Good luck with your consolidation efforts. Last night I ventured into my first blog which I abandoned a couple years ago and realized how many photos I have stored at another site I haven’t used since then. Was going thru the same thought process myself…. Hey, thanks for the recommendation… Well go check out the others, too 🙂

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