Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

dsc_4406We are about to have our warmest Christmas day on record, so there are not all that many Christmas scenes around. So here’s a picture I took at the start of the year of a red Squirrel playing in the snow. Thank you for your continued support for our pictures, its greatly appreciated. I will keep everyone informed if we do decided to close our blog in the New Year, but for now Merry Christmas &  Happy new year to all.

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12 thoughts on “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year”

    1. Thank you very much Pete, deep down I want to keep going because this was the first place we put our picture out to the greater public. We’ve put a lot of effort in to try and post at least once a day for the last 3 years and it seems a shame to stop now. However the update has really disheartened me. Maybe I will just cancel the payments for the extra space and reduce are activity, see how I feel in the New Year. Anyways Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

      1. Yes, the update has not gone down well with us photographers, but I hope you do still keep posting for you capture the wonders of nature you have there so brilliantly. Best wishes to you Lee.

      2. Thank you for your kind comment. I’m not sure what happened, I went on holiday and came back and everything had changed. I don’t like the new reader format, everything seems to get lost in the background. Its moving away from the easy browse format it used to have to a more time consuming click and open up every post of interest. Its ease of use is slowly being destroyed. Secondly I really dislike the creating a post format, we rarely write in our posts, normally just a single picture or gallery. This is now more difficult and convoluted than it used to be.

      3. That’s bad to hear the update has put you off WordPress, I am starting to build sites outside of WP and Drupal now, using other methods. I should write more on that to be honest.

      4. I’m slowly moving over to 500px, I know that’s more a stock sales website rather than a blog. However its far easier to use and gets a far bigger reaction per image.

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