Here’s another photograph from Sunday’s alleyway picnic, bring your family and 30 of your favourite seagulls for food, fun and photos!
But let me get a little serious for a moment…
Having a blog and wanting to let people know is a tricky thing sometimes. You’re proud of what you do but you don’t like bombarding your personal Facebook feed with constant links.
So I’ve thought of creating a Facebook Group where I can post a link when I publish (normally around 7 am each day) as well as having a location where anyone can comment and maybe start a discussion on the photograph or the text.
The group will be private and apart from this post, links to join will only be seen on the blog. I still plan on mentioning the blog (perhaps on milestone post counts etc.). I am in no way expecting this to be a huge group (I’d be happy with 10 active members to be honest) but I like the idea of creating a safe place to talk about stuff.
I’d love to have people ask questions or suggest things I could try and photograph. And when things open up again I will be looking for people to point my many cameras at.
Publishing a daily blog is rewarding but difficult. The constant need for new content and the time involved is tricky at times. I can assure you, knowing there are people reading and hopefully enjoying what you create makes it much easier to take photographs and especially to sit down and type.
So I’m inviting you to be a part of the Average Suburban Dad Blog Followers Community. I do not plan on posting multiple items every day but there will be a post for each blog post published. At the moment, that’s a daily occurrence, and I hope that continues, but who knows what the future holds! Especially once I go back to the office full time … if ever.
Thanks for reading and if you’ve enjoyed my blog posts this far, I hope I’ve convinced you to join the community.
That’s it for now. Talk to you soon. Stay safe.
If you are not a member already, please consider joining the Average Suburban Dad Blog Followers Facebook Group. Get notified on new posts and start or join discussions on the photograph and/or content! And maybe suggest a better name for the group.
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm 1:4G ED @ 35mm
1/640 | f/4 | ISO 100
Sunday September 26, 2021 @ 13:06
Frankston, Victoria, Australia