The new Opera Lane in Cork City separates the gleaming buildings of the new development that was built right in the heart of the city and completed this year. Back in July it was a rugged dirty construction site, and this photo is a fitting end to 2009, and the Noughties. Not much construction work going on anywhere in Ireland now. Just lots of debt.
I’ll post a photo tomorrow, but I’ll be posting every 3 days after that to give myself a little more free time. This blog gets a third of the traffic of Holy Shmoly! yet takes far more time to update. Traffic isn’t the reason why you should blog, but a photoblog is a very public display of creative work by it’s owner. Without feedback from new visitors it’s hard to maintain an enthusiasm for it. The unfortunate thing is that it’s very difficult to attract visitors to a site like this because of the minimal amount of text for search engines to index.
I know myself it’s easy to scan photoblogs in a feedreader. One quick look, and on to the next one. I’m guilty of that myself!
To end on a high note, I’ll have more time to prepare posts, and polish the photos I upload so I hope both are even better next year!
Happy New Year!
|Camera||Canon EOS 40D|
Architecture, Black and White, Canon 40D, construction-site, Cork, Cork Photos, Ireland, Irish photos, irishblogs, Opera Lane, Photography, Photos, Sigma 10-20, Street, Urban
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