A New Blog Feature


I love to take photos! It started when I was six years old and won a Brownie camera in a coloring contest, so my interest in photography started at a young age. And later, when my kids were little, I took a photography class called “Ways of Seeing.” It was taught by an architecture professor, who was also a photographer, and she sparked in me a passion for photographing what I see every day.

I post many of my daily photos on my Instagram account, but I’ve decided to start a new feature on my blog and use some of them as my header, changing it often. The inspiration came from Nan, at Letters from a Hill Farm, because I love going to her blog to see the photos she chooses for her header.

I hope you enjoy this new feature as much as I enjoy sharing my ‘way of seeing’ with you!

16 thoughts on “A New Blog Feature

  1. kaysreadinglife

    Love that idea and I agree that Nan’s pictures are fun to check out and lovely to look at! I look forward to seeing what you will share with us, Robin. Love the pumpkin patch!

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  2. Lesley in OR

    I love this new feature! Perhaps you could create a folder (with a link) so we can peruse the photos you use in your header? I think Nan did that for a while. I used to, as well, but haven’t in a while. I change my header every month, trying to use an image from one of our trips. It’s fun!

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    1. Robin Post author

      Thanks, Les. That’s a great idea! I worked on it this morning and created photo galleries under “My Headers” in the top navigation bar. If you click on the thumbnails, you can see the full (uncropped) photos. 😊

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