Facebook the way forward for wildlife?

Hi everyone

Many people are using Facebook to display their wildlife images these days.  So am I.  The benefits include hitting a wider audience, which would not necessarily seek out wildlife images by actively searching for a blog or website.

Why not try it for yourself?

If you're on Facebook then if you 'like' my page, then I'll 'like' yours.  A bit of wildlife photography networking to grow our mutual audiences.

All the best.

Christian

https://www.facebook.com/christianthompsonphotography


Facebook Site

Hi there

If any of you use facebook, then you may want to keep up-to-date with my photography at:

https://www.facebook.com/christianthompsonphotography

All the best.

Christian

Resurrection...

...Of sorts.

Now that I have found out that disabling the 'auto-enhance' function on blogger is possible, I have decided to give it another go, albeit with a new, improved blog, without such a silly-sounding URL address.

My new blog is http://www.christianthompsonphotography.blogspot.co.uk/ which is a bit of a mouthful, I admit, but crucially, it is a little bit more grown up.

All the best.

Christian

No More 'Hiding in Cars'


Hi there

I just thought that I'd let you know that I'm only using flickr to share my images these days.

I will be setting up a website in the near future so I'll let you know when it's ready.

You can view my images by clicking on the link below.

My Flickr

Happy blogging everyone.

Christian