Experimental Slideshow

More out of curiosity than anything else I've added a new feature to the photography section of my website: a slideshow facility.

It's nothing special, and I wrote it more to get to grips with the code involved than anything else. Note also that the current version doesn't work with Microsoft Internet Explorer due to it missing a facility that latest versions of the other popular browsers have.

It's a little rough around the edges. Doubtless it won't work for everyone and in all setups (and if you have a look and it doesn't work for you I'd be interested to know about it), but it was an amusing way of getting to know a few things about taking a JavaScript/AJAX approach to solving a problem.


Lincolnshire Photography

It's that time again. That time when you've got a domain or two to renew so, while you're on the site, renewing them, you start to play around with other domain names to see what's available.

And, yesterday, I did just that.

I actually even found one that sort of coincided with an idea I've been toying with for a while now, so I registered it and, last night, got things going.

So, to go along with my other photography-related sites: Lincolnshire Photography — a site dedicated to hosting photographs I've taken around Lincolnshire.

It's in the early stages at the moment, I've still got to get a lot of content on it.


More BBC Britain in Pictures

Over the weekend I submitted a few more images to the BBC Britain in Pictures group on Flickr:

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BBC Britain in Pictures

It seems that the BBC are making use of Flickr in support of their How We Built Britain series. They've recently created a group that you can submit photographs to that feed their Britain in Pictures project.

Thinking that it looked like a fun thing, and thinking that they were using a sensible license policy for the submitted photographs, I've decided to take part.

So far I've added five photographs to the queue and they've all made it onto the BBC site:

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