This could be interesting.
I've not been 100% happy with the blogging experience for some time, and thought of stopping altogether. It's been a good community of people though, and through it I've managed to make a lot of acquaintances, and friends; even meeting some of them.
Blogger, at the moment, is going through a phase of pissing off people.
Amongst a catalogue of recent hiccups, irregular saving of posts, (even while I was doing this post, it kept telling me it hadn't saved), stupid messages in their quest for world domination, and now the Dashboard problem of showing only the most recent update of who you are following. So, if you're not logged in all day, constantly refreshing the page, it's possible to miss a new post from a blog you follow.
I know it's a free platform, but I do expect something to work properly, or there is no point using it.
Changes happen, I know, but it shouldn't be beyond their powers to let the blogging community know when they start to fuck about with it.
Even their Twitter page is silent. Last Tweet was back in February, and prior to that, last year.
It all seems to be going the way of the Windows blogging platform of a few years ago.
That kept changing, pissing people off, and eventually became Wordpress. A lot of people left, went over to Facebook, or came here.
So this may well be the last post from here.
A shame, but not a complete disaster. I've still got Flickr to post my pictures to, (but even they keep messing/refining with it), Twitter, or even my website.
A grumpy looking juvenile Great Tit. Looks how I'm feeling.
A soaring Fulmar
It's not what's it called; I just don't know the name of it.
Not the best picture you'll ever find of these beautiful little birds, but the best one I have.
Clouded Buff. A pretty spectacular looking moth.
White Ermine. Another moth dazzler.
Pair of Great Crested Grebes, doing some head waggling.
Common Blue Damselfly with breakfast.
Enjoy your week.