Whenever I open the admin site of this blog to prepare a new post, I am checking if there are any comments to my posts. I believe there is a person or two checking this blog regularly (I know about one for sure :) ), but the feedback is so scarce, that I sometimes wonder why I am still doing this. Then I realize I do it for myself, and just continue on. But seriously, Google Analytics claims about 2-7 entries a day, about 2 on average. I wonder, how many are my own. The visitors spends about 1 min on the site :(. I need to work more on my content! I do not feel like going deeper into vast amount of stats on Analytics, after discovering that more then 70% of people visit my site once, and about the same percent stays there whole 10 sec.
Anyway, I decided to change my attitude towards other blogs, to increase my chances to get a feedback. I am starting a “one comment a week” pledge. I currently follow exactly 36 blogs, so there is a good chance I can say something about one post at least once in every 7 days. Let see how it will work out. This week I already commented twice.
For today’s post, a try on sweeping old-masters style landscape. Shoot in Mesa Verde National Park, it has summer on the mesa in the foreground, and winter in the mountains in the background.
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