That time of the year again when the sun shines straight into our bedroom window. Woke up to this fantastic red glow. By the time I got my camera and opened the window it was nearly over.
There seems to be a bit of a blip storm going on. I don't see a problem with posting random photos. Apart from the obvious practical issues of dating when a photo was taken, I think it is a very personal choice: I choose to blip a photo I have taken on that day. I enjoy the challenge and, yes, sometimes it is very hard and sometimes I end up with lots of potential photos. I also choose which blip journals I follow and which entries I look at, which get hearts and stars. I like local journals because I can connect via shared locations. I follow journals with nature photos (particular insects) because that's what I am into. There are journals I follow because they are friends and family. Finally, there are journals I just like. Sometimes I don't read the entries because they are too long or I am not interested. Other times I quite enjoy lengthy entries. At the end of the day I choose what I produce and what I consume. I also leave these choices to all the other blippers.
The one thing I think that makes blip special is that each entry is limited to one photo. I must admit I am not so sure about the extras although I do post them. It requires some discipline to choose a single photo. And hey, those who choose a photo from a random day have the problem of selecting from a huge pool.
In the end I hope fellow blippers are left to make their own choices within the constraints of using a single image they took.