It’s been a very long time since I’ve done anything with my website. I’ve done a handful of blog posts in the last couple of months, but the website as a whole, wasn’t working very well. I neglected to do an update so a lot of the images weren’t loading in the various galleries, which was a problem. Luckily, an hour of updating, downloading and clicking cleared everything up.
I’ve also been going through and cleaning up the blog posts. As I’ve written them over the last couple of years, there have been spelling and grammatical errors, not to mention the occasional broken links. It’s time consuming, but it’s also nice to comb through images again.
It has been quite some time since I’ve gone through images, and it seems like an even longer time since I’ve posted some online. Unfortunately, with the exception of attending some friends’ wedding in the U.S. Virgin Islands, I haven’t even picked up my camera.
All of that is about to change, however, as better weather is fast approaching and my busiest time of the year is now behind me. I look forward to getting out and capturing images again, and getting back into more regular photoblog posts (at least more frequent than one or two a month).
All of that being said, I picked today’s image because of the bright — really bright — colors. Last year I went up to Evanston, Illinois and waited for the sun to rise over an old, dilapidated pier. Turns out I was super-early for sunrise, but I didn’t mind because I captured one of my favorite images while I waited. I also scared the heck out of a family of raccoons, but they scared the heck out of me so it was an even trade.