For 8 years I have been uploading my photos to Flickr. Originally as a gallery of the stuff I make, then as a way of allowing overseas friends to see our photos without having to email them individually (especially as we only had dial up in Fish Creek!) and then - when the bushfires started - as a way of ensuring the photos would survive if our house was razed. Then it turned into a sort of photo diary. Not exactly a blog; I didn't necessarily think anyone would, or ought to, read any of it. But it was a way of us keeping track of our progress on our farm.
And then came 20th May 2013, the day Flickr changed everything. It was awful. Why they couldn't just offer people a customisable homepage, I don't know.
I tried to adapt, but in the end all I could do was flee with the other 30,000. So here I am. Ipernity is not as good as Flickr WAS but it is most certainly loads better than Flickr IS.
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