A shy smile

I will start out this publish with the apparent. If you have been a extensive time visitor of my blog site, you have likely currently received made use of to a couple of new models around the years and these days it’s time for still a different enhance – it’s the forth big redesign since I’ve started off the blog site in 2007. The cause for this was for the reason that, as the content grows, the need for a greater construction also expands. Also, as it stands at the second, there are around 800 posts, all with numerous dimensions for the photos – some scaled-down, some much larger and I essential to come up with a way to accommodate all these variants. There is no a hundred% great way, but I come to feel this variation is effective a large amount greater, is a little bit additional “airy” and it will let you to see some of the older posts or other suitable information and facts in a additional straight-forward way. As with all new models, I’m guaranteed there’s a couple of bugs floating all around so if you detect nearly anything out of purchase, please allow me know in the responses. Any idea is appreciated!

To give you a fast tour, if you are generally just looking at the one posts as they get published, at the base of the website page you can now see some additional information and facts about forthcoming workshops, a random publish from the past (it changes each and every time you refresh!) and a immediate connection to my industrial portfolio. The similar will also be available on the household website page, as properly as a couple of additional current posts, properly structured to give you an plan about the content prior to you click on on them. The category web pages are also enhanced, exhibiting in a genuinely uncomplicated to go through way all the photos posted in a unique category. As constantly, I would enjoy to hear what you assume.

And to start it all, I’ve saved just one of my favourite pictures I took in Madagascar past summer months, a photograph of a shy little woman in a village together the Tsiribihina River. She has the cutest smile and despite the fact that it appears to be like like she was rather shy, she did enjoy to have her picture taken and then look at the impression on the back of my digital camera.

To view the original shot (straight from the digital camera) stop by the blog site entry right here: http://www.momentaryawe.com/blog site/a-shy-smile/

Posted by momentaryawe.com on 2014-02-06 08:56:sixteen

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