H2O – Water as Snowflakes
Autumn in Alberta. Like any other season here in the Foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the weather can be unpredictable. The first snowfall of the season can be early, or it can be late, but it is rarely welcome for adults. It often causes a delay in harvesting. It invariably results in highway accidents – road conditions deteriorate before winter driving skills kick in.
Our first snowfall was a few days ago. A foggy, snowy photo is not a cheery sight, but suitably moody.
H2O – Water as Ice
A few days later the sun returned and the garden was transformed into a wonderland coated with ice. You can see these photos at Frozen Leaves Encased in Ice.
H2O – Water as Water
You could also wander over to meet the incredibly cute Northern Cardinal that took a bath in my sprinkler: A Wet Northern Cardinal.
So why this new blog?
The simple answer is, I had enough material to create specialty blogs for the things that interest me the most. So I moved a bunch of posts to this new home. The other stuff stays at my old blog, which is being renovated.
As moves go, it has been quite straight forward, though time consuming. WordPress provides an ‘Export’ tool for that. Unfortunately, the export is hit or miss in the media department, so it has taken a bit of time to move the missing photos.
Do you have more than one blog? If you were going to split your blog up, what interests would move to a new home?
All the water photos were my contribution to this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge which is H2O.