I’ve created this as an addition to my original blog Lightly Salted.

I originally planned on (and started) a Project365, but I made it as far as August and haven’t posted anything since.  In fact I haven’t picked up my camera for nearly two months!

So I decided that it would be better all-around if I set up a photo blog that I could add to when I wanted without the pressure of having to do a picture a day.  I’ve started off by adding some of the better 365 photos, plus some additional pictures that I’ve never posted until now.


Wow, I must be doing something right because I’m seeing a lot more likes on the photos I’m putting up.  Thanks to everyone who is taking the time to show their appreciation.

Where I can I have tried to check out the blogs of anyone hitting the ‘like’ button and returned the favour.

I also notice that I’ve picked up a few more followers — it’s much-appreciated.

I guess it’s something that most photobloggers suffer from but I’m starting to see similarities to previous posts creeping into new ones. I’ll try to stamp that out immediately 🙂


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