Retired the Old Website After Eight Years and I Still Hate Snow

Part of an on-going project to document this scene throughout the seasons. Went well till they put the marina up in the summer and blocked the view. Lesson learned: I hate snow.

Part of an on-going project to document this scene throughout the seasons. Went well till they put the marina up in the summer and blocked the view. Lesson learned: I hate snow.

I mean, it wasn’t a bad site, but after looking at the same old same old day after day for eight years…I came to the conclusion: I still hate snow. So, I created a writer’s website at WIX and, while I was in the mood, I started a photographer’s website at Photoshelter. Can’t take credit for this one, though. It was designed by Photoshelter designer, Natalie Blank.

But I still hate snow.

But then, which one to get my domain name, biffmitchell.com? Writing or photography? I decided on both. I created a third website at GoDaddy (not as beautiful as the work Natalie did), but it looks OK and it uses my domain name as a portal site to the other two sites along with my Saatchi Online portfolio and my Facebook page.

But I still hate snow.

Now I can spend the rest of my life updating all my sites. And hating snow.

2 thoughts on “Retired the Old Website After Eight Years and I Still Hate Snow

  1. If you can pick a penny up with a magnet, its worth shit, because its steel. However, if you have a 2000P or a 2001P penny that sticks too a magnet, which you will never know. Because you have no magnet. Its all about mistakes. $1000.00 for the 2001P, that will stick to a magnet and no bubble gum aloud.

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