This is my 100th post here on Full Of His Glory! I thought I would honor today with some stats, photos, and looking back.
Full Of His Glory’s first ever blog post went up on November 11th, 2012, nearly one year ago exactly! Since then this blog has had a total of 2,185 views (1,760 of views have come from the United States), 202 comments, and 121 email followers. Its biggest referrer has been Facebook. It’s top commenter is Laura McKelvey. The blog’s most popular month so far was this past September, its most popular day being September 26th.
This was the first photo to be posted on Full Of His Glory:
Since that time the most popular post of all time has been Your One Beauty, with pictures such as this:
The least popular post has been Silhouette:
(I really liked that photo, too… lol)
Since beginning this blog I’ve grown from only ever shooting in Program to shooting nearly constantly in Manual. I’ve learned the ins and outs of shutter speeds, ISO, and aperture. I’ve purchased my very first lens (50mm f/1.8) and a wireless remote control.
Plans For The Future -
At the prompting of many I am beginning to look into printing and selling my work as fine art. I have photos that will soon go up in a local coffee shop to be displayed and sold and I’m looking at beginning a business online. However, things are moving slowly due to health issues, so please don’t hold your breath. I’m excited, though, to see this love of mine continue to grow; I love so much to share my work with others.
As for the blog, it will continue on and I hope that you will follow along on the journey. I love having this record of my photography endeavors and to be able to look back and see where I’ve come from and where I am now. I’m excited to continue growing and learning and bettering my talents.
That’s about it! Looking forward to celebrating my 200th post. Maybe in another year.
Found this little home nestled in the base of this small, vibrant tree. The morning was cold and frosty, but it looks warm and cozy in there. Though perhaps the tenants of this tiny abode have flown toward warmer climates and left their home behind. In that case this post should be titled “Abandoned Refuge.”