I gave my blog a new paint job this morning. Delving into the theme editor, I tinkered ever-so-carefully with the CSS code and made some minor adjustments to the font size and spacing. I hope that the text a now a bit easier to read for everyone. In addition, I added some code that allows for text wrap around images, which adds a nice touch and a more professional feel.
Not being satisfied with a mere facelift, I also jumped underneath the hood and upgraded to the latest version of WordPress (2.6.1), which gave my blog’s engine more power, as well as some useful new features that will help me present and manage the site.
It’s been a year and a half and over fifty posts since I launched my Adventure Photography Blog, and during that time, I’ve tried to come up with interesting, relevant and generally entertaining material that will keep people coming back. Judging by the increase in traffic that the site has seen each month, it seems as if I’ve succeeded on some level.
As I prepare to enter the next stage of my life and career with a move to Alaska, I’ll continue to expand the scope of this blog with even more imagery and media from my assignments and adventures, more personal and professional insight about the world of outdoor photography, and other content that I find fascinating, or at least intriguing enough to share with my viewers.
So, thanks to everyone who has stopped by over the past eighteen months, and special thanks to everyone who has come by to visit more than once. If this is your first time here, please add a bookmark and come by often; I’ll try to hold up my end of the bargain by keeping things fresh.
Finally, if you’ve got a minute, take the time to leave a comment. Let me know what you like or dislike about the site, and tell me what you’d like to see here in the future. I’m curious to hear what you think.