Updating my Wildlife Galleries

A Coyote chowing down on falcon leftoversA Coyote chowing down on falcon leftovers

I’ve been pretty busy lately and one of the projects that has kept me burning the midnight oil is moving my images from the old galleries to my new ones.  I have placed over 1000 images into my new wildlife galleries and just have a little over 100 Coyote images to go before that move is complete. The mammal photographs I have moved can be seen by navigation to either the sidebar and clicking Mammal Images or by using the drop down menu at the top.

The program I used for my old galleries is no longer supported by the authors and it has been creating huge errors logs on the server so I figured it was time move away from it and towards something new.

Pronghorn doe on the way to Cliff and Wade Lakes, MontanaPronghorn doe on the way to Cliff and Wade Lakes, Montana

I have also moved Reptiles and AmphibiansAquatic Life and Insects and Spiders in addition to Flower and Tree Images and Miscellaneous Images.

Many of the images in my old galleries had my old copyright watermark on them and due to copyright infringements I wanted my current copyright watermark on them so that people see my name when they come across my images online and through search engines. I doubt it will slow down image infringement much but I have to try.

Red Fox kit - full body close upRed Fox kit – full body close up

Once all the Coyote images have been moved to the new gallery I will start on the Bird Galleries. There are Over 4800 bird images plus photos of my favorite locations and travel postcards that I need to move into their new home and there will be plenty I will need to reprocess with my current watermark added.

Trying to fit working on the galleries into the other activities in my life; photographic and non-photographic, has been challenging but I am making headway.

Life is good.

Mia

5 Comments

  1. Elephant's Child April 9, 2015 at 2:06 pm

    The red fox kit has won my heart today. Thank you – and good luck with that huge task.

  2. Neil Rossmiller April 9, 2015 at 12:14 pm

    I too am contemplating such a move, Mia.
    A daunting task to be sure. A root canal doesn’t really compare, but….

  3. Wally April 9, 2015 at 9:17 am

    Mia,

    I’m tired just thinking about the process you’re going through! Good luck!

    Your images are so special, it’s terrific to use them as a learning tool, which I have been doing regularly since taking up this “hobby/passion” a couple of years ago and having been lucky enough to find your website. Thank you, Teacher!

    Wally – Warming Up In Florida

  4. Patty Chadwick April 9, 2015 at 7:13 am

    Love these images! The coyote looks as if he’s laughing and I love, love, love the pronghorn’s girlie, girlie eye lashes! The little fox kit is adorable with those cute, black “mittens”. My first thought was, “I hope she’s saved her flower, tree and landscape shots”…NOBODY does those better!!!

  5. Dave Sparks April 9, 2015 at 6:42 am

    I’m engaged in a similar project, so I empathize. Love the Coyote shot.

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