It’s been a while, but I have finally got my new blog up and running. This blog has too much good stuff on in to delete, so I’m going to keep it, but I am not going to be posting anything new to it.
I am choosing to retire this blog for several reasons.
- I don’t enjoy spending hours on end scrolling through Tumblr staring at pictures of cats, memes, and gifs. It’s a waste of my time.
- My summer in Massachusetts taught me how to be less dependent on the internet and how important it is to spend time doing something you enjoy. In my case, I will be spending more time with friends, taking pictures, and connecting with nature.
- I know a bunch of people on Tumblr that have suffered a severe disconnect from reality. They have nothing original to say or talk about, they aren’t creative, and all they do is reblog other people’s works with semi-witty remarks below. This is not me.
- By nature, I am a creative being. All of my posts on this blog will be original works.
- I am also very organized. When something falls out of order, I become dysfunctional. This new blog will be super organized and clean looking.
So, if I haven’t offended you already, I would like to invite you to follow my new blog. It’s called Urban by Nature, and here is the link: LINK. If I had to describe what this blog is one sentence, I would say, “An exploration into placing the line between nature and humanity’s imposition on it.”
I hope that you join me on this adventure. I will also be setting up a secondary blog that will be a collection of things I find interesting, and possibly a collection of rants called How I See It: A Series Unpopular Opinions. Photography has become something important to me recently, especially since I bought my new DSLR camera.
Okay. There is a possibility that I will start another blog, blog at some point. But I’m not making any promises, so don’t hold me to it.
I hope that maybe this move I’m making will give you some encouragement to start putting into motion a project you have been putting off.
Best wishes to all!
- Brendan Dillon