This week, I had a nice surprise when I read the new changes to the @pifc contest properly! I had only read that it was only a max $1 reward pay out... but it was also a raising of the REP cap to 65! Okay... that bit might have happened a while ago and I was too zombie from lack of sleep to notice it properly!
However, this week I still have two lower REP bloggers... but I have started to extend my saved list of bloggers to include under 65s as well... although, I still can't feature myself...
Photography (and more!)
The first blogger I would like to feature is @qwerrie (REP 51) who describes herself(?) as an old fallout vault dweller! Oh, you've got me with that byline! I'm a huge fallout fan from ages back... so, welcome back to the wastelands vault dweller!
In this featured post we have some very beautiful black and white photos with some ancient ruins, well the artifacts from ruins. The black and white really accentuates the stone artifacts really well... it's a great blog to follow if you are interested in photography.
However, it was also this comment to a contest question of mine that really grabbed my attention... however, I'm totally sure if I can feature a comment... but it is really worth a read if you are interested, it is a harkening back to the Proof-of-Brain responses in the early days of Steem (something that I wasn't around for, but is a bit of a rose tinted memory of the older members of this chain!)
The blog of @fonteynb (REP 48) is a blog that features the sights and nature around Ontario. There are some beautiful photography of nature that I find to be very relaxing to look at. Sadly, the closest I've ever been to Ontario is Toronto... and that for me was the biggest city that I've seen... so nothing like these photos. However, I remember a favourite primary school teacher that hailed from Ontario... so there is some connection, however distant... although, my podcast is right now featuring an engineer talking about wind turbines from Ontario.... weird!
Anyway, in this featured post you can feast your eyes on a beautiful setting sun over Lake Huron. There is something incredibly settling about the colours of a sunset... I've been told that the specific wavelengths of the light triggers some sort of Lithium (?) response... which gives us this sort of ease feeling... Double check that though, I can't remember if I'm remembering that right!
My past entries
I'm going to keep a record of my past entries mostly for my own ease of finding them again!
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