For a while now, I've been thinking that my blog posts focusing on my 52 frames entries aren't all that interesting. I mean, they are a means for me to share some images that I took each week over the previous month, but they are also basically just stuff I've already shared elsewhere re-posted with a bit more context.
The other thing that's true about 52 Frames is this: it's a creative exercise that does not necessarily represent my best, or most interesting output. So, why not move the stuff I value more to the forefront, and move the (admittedly very fun and often creatively invigorating) homework to the background?
There are other things I do in a month, besides weekly photographic challenges. I've been trying more and more to incorporate more of this into these posts, and now I think it's time to make a habit of doing this in a more organized, repeatable fashion. (It should also be much less time consuming than some of the more detailed travel posts, which seem to take me aeons to produce, what with all the writing, editing, post-processing, and sanity checking that comes along with... this blog literally living inside of a scrappy Github Repo.)
In terms of format, I draw my inspiration from Katrinka Abroad, and for this I make no apologies. I don't know her, but I really enjoy her approach to writing, photography, and blogging.
So why not try cribbing a format that works for someone else?