According to Wikipedia, a photoblog is “a form of photo sharing and publishing in the format of a blog. It differs from a blog through the predominant use of and focus on photographs rather than text.” The online encyclopedia also points out that photoblogging gained momentum in the early 2000s with the advent of the camera phone.
How many photoblog sites have caught your eye? Photoblogs.org is a site that helps individuals find photoblogs. Currently, the site lists more than 40,000 photoblogs. And, are you aware of Andrew A. Miller’s Top 5 funny photoblogs?
Navigating through photoblogs, such as www.eleventwentyseven.com, can be fun yet time-consuming.
Speaking of time-suckers, have you ventured onto Pinterest yet?
Do you agree with the adage, “a picture is worth a thousand words?” Or, when it comes to blogs, do you prefer words with pictures versus pictures with words?
In this post, I’m including an image of spring, captured earlier today in my front yard. The roses are of the Knockout variety. Again, I’d love to know if words or images or a combination of both knock you out from a blog readership perspective.