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NIKON D70 - 30 sec, f8 at 18mm

OK. So I've found the amount of traffic to my website that suddenly makes me think long and hard about what I write and the photos I publish. It's roughly 4 times the number of people that used to visit this website.

Only last weekend, I knew the name of just about everyone that visited here. There was a good bunch of regulars that knew what they were going to get when they got here, but they came nonetheless.

Now there is a huge bunch of new people dropping by (welcome to you by the way) that are probably coming with a whole different expectation. Yikes! This confirms that I'd suck as a male stripper. I'd never be able to perform in front of a crowd. Oh yeah, there is another reason why that'd never work as an occupation for me, but we won't mention that little thing ok?

Let me recover from my small dose of stage fright. I'm sure we'll return to normal programming at the weekend, when everything returns to normal.

The Photo

I took about 30 photo's in the city tonight. I don't like any of them. This is the simplest one (that I obviously still failed to make sharp). It's the marker light at the entrance of Westhaven Marina.

Ahh, see you on the weekend. Maybe.

Map of the photo location
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Posted: Thursday, 25 May, 2006 20:55

Captured: 2006:05:25 19:14:42

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  • I found your photoblog from the photobloggies... I went through each one of the nominees and poked around in the Archive section, if I liked what I saw, I grabbed the RSS feed. I must have picked up about 15 new feeds and have deleted only like 2 or 3 since last week. SO, that is one reason why your traffic has increased.
    Terry from Knoxville - Friday, 26 May, 2006 2:03
  • Yup,... found you through Photobloggies, as well! Not only is your writing quite humourous and your photography captivating, but the picture of the Moet & Chandon cork had me - right there - forever. I'm happy to be a new daily visitor!
    Kim - Friday, 26 May, 2006 2:18
  • this is cool. i like the stark contrast of the light versus the dark night.
    davidmac - Friday, 26 May, 2006 6:04
  • hallo, my name is lu and i'm from a different fairy tale :)
    lu - Friday, 26 May, 2006 6:36
  • Hey, thanks for introducing yourselves. Good to have you all here. See, I feel much better already now that we're not strangers!
    Dave - Friday, 26 May, 2006 7:20
  • Hello my name is Sandy and I found you via the Photobloggies. I checked you and several others out and now will be stopping by to get inspired. I thought you were quite funny and since I'm always up for a chuckle or two...
    Sandy - Friday, 26 May, 2006 9:11
  • Hello, My name is Bob and i'm an alcoholic....woops wrong meeting. Good luck handling the P R E S S U R E! ;)
    seriocomic - Friday, 26 May, 2006 9:51
  • Hi Dave. It's a familiar story now, but I too found your site from the photobloggies. Congrats on some top work. After checking out all the nominees, I've added a couple more blogs to my favourites, including yours, for my daily fix. Good luck with the newfound fame.
    sonofwalrus - Friday, 26 May, 2006 12:30
  • Hi, Congrats! & nice too meet your photoblog! You really deserved to win............
    Forough - Friday, 26 May, 2006 14:49
  • I think you are wonderful to
    Ma - Friday, 26 May, 2006 15:08
  • Thanks for introducing yourselves sonofwalrus and Sandy. Bob, you've been here before, pleased you are still alive! And Ma, I knew I could count on you!
    Dave - Friday, 26 May, 2006 18:25
  • Add one more daily "newy"
    Norma - Saturday, 27 May, 2006 0:11
  • perhaps an introduction will make you less self-conscious? (yes, a new daily visitor because of those damn photobloggies. I've got family in NZ, mostly centered around Auckland, and have spent quite some time there. The daily visit reminds me of all the good times spent there. Thank You. As i live halfway round the world, feel free to say whatever the heck you want.
    marco - Tuesday, 30 May, 2006 10:58

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