A friend of mine just asked me why I don't just post all my photography on Facebook.
1: Facebook automatically reduces the quality of any posted photograph by something around 90%.
2: Anyone can get on DA or go to my DA gallery and do a word search to find pictures of topics they are interested in. My photographs aren't just for people I know.
3: Speaking of which, there is the boredom factor. Only a minority of my friends are interested in Route 66, turtles, abandoned farm houses. My stream of photographs would quickly become tedious and they would soon tune me out.
I'm sure there are other reasons than those (feel free to remind me o
I've learned some interesting things about some of the places I have previously posted pictures of. First off, there was someplace I was calling Haypress Mansion I was unable to find any information on the web about this and so it's origins were a mystery. This past week I took my wife's car over to a dent removal shop in Illinois. We were going to have to kill about 5 hours so I did a quick internet search and added the word "haunted" to my internet search. Lo and behold one of the top results was something for Sweetin Mansion. I want to look into this a bit more and then update the photo descriptions, but briefly, it was built in
I've haven't been visiting DA very much for awhile now. I think it is because I have pictures to submit, but I just haven't been able to get the job done and it is frustrating. I used to post stuff anytime of day or night, but at some point in time I stopped posting things late at night, because I wasn't clear headed enough to write the descriptions that I wanted too. It's late at night and my mind isn't as sharp as I would like. Well, that makes sense.
But this year it seems like I'm never able to gather and post my thoughts in a coherent manner.
I just got a CPAP machine this week. I'm hoping that once I get used to wearing scuba gea