Friday, August 8, 2008

1 Year Anniversary

Hey everyone!
Do you realize that on August 3, 2008, this blog celebrated its one year birthday? Wow, it's hard to believe it has been that long! In light of this significant milestone in blogging history, the Life Through a Viewfinder staff (that's us) wants to extend our warmest thanks and appreciation to all our visitors, fans, guest photographers, commentators, and of course those who've kindly posed for our pictures. Without your support, this blog would just be empty hard drive space on a web server somewhere.

To celebrate, you'll notice that we added a Recent Post box to right side of this page. Hopefully this will help with the navigation of our ever growing mass of pictures.

Also as part of our celebration, I thought it'd be interesting to post some statistics for this blog. Over the past year we've had:

8,023 visitors.
1,480 pictures posted.
512 comments posted.
1 Bigfoot sighting.

It's been quite a year.

Thanks again everyone, and if you visit this blog but haven't said "hi" for a while, please drop us a comment. We love to hear from our readers.

Now, onto the pictures for this week....


Scott Eash said...

1 year anniversary!

Nawww! It couldn't be! You're pulling my leg. You... oh wait. I see the archive date. I guess it has been a year. My how time has flown!

Well since it's your anniversary, aren't you supposed to throw a big party or something? Or maybe give away a prize to one of your most faithful blog readers??? ;-)

Congratulations, guys! Keep up the good work!

Dale said...

One year, huh? Good job, guys!

Carmen said...

"Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday..."

I am glad you stuck to blogging a whole year; I was a little worried there for a while. Naturally, the fact that I was worried indicates that I enjoy this blog! In fact, I enjoy it immensely!

I noticed that you also changed the comment box format. It took a bit to get used to, and, as usual for me, I wasn't sure if I liked the change. I have decided that I like it much better, however.