The site has really been growing. Over 10% in the last month alone. We are sitting at a little under 10,000 visitors a month. We aren’t Facebook (errr….Google+), but we’re getting there. I really want to thank everyone who visits here on a regular basis. Whether you email me, comment, get in touch via the various social outlets, or simply view an image and read the story I want you to know I appreciate it. This is a very fun and positive creative outlet, and based on your comments I think it is a bright spot in your day as well. That being said, I thought I would introduce the 10% of our new readers to iPhone Friday.
I post the iPhone images I made from the week (with a few exceptions) every Friday. I love the iPhone for a lot of reasons (you can read why here), but one of the reasons is that it has slowly started to democratize creativity. You don’t have to have a fancy DSLR to join in the creative discussion. iPhone Friday is a way of reminding myself of that. I hope it serves as a reminder to you as well. I want us to go into the weekend with our collective creative muse stirred and make some magic together. So here are a few images I made with my iPhone while on a mountain biking trip in the Utah desert last weekend.
News: We will begin the “American Cowboy” series on Monday. I hope to provide a candid look at a profession that has been romanticized in pages and pages of Zane Grey novels, but I’m guessing many of us know very little about. It should be a fun and informative week. I also promise a few photos of some very cute cattle dogs. If you want to get a head start, you can catch my first post here.