One of the main reasons I recently moved our blog from Blogger to WordPress was to be able to host my own website and to also combine our travel blog with my Smugmug photo galleries and other content that will be added in the future. This website is hosted by GoDaddy.com and the WordPress application, all our blog content, etc is all stored on their servers for an annual fee. I’m still working on the coding to bring my Smugmug galleries to this site under a separate Page tab, but thanks to a newly discovered WordPress plugin, I am now able to post complete photo galleries into individual blog posts. I couldn’t do that in Blogger and instead had to settle for only being able to show photos by cutting and pasting embeddable code direct from Smugmug into my Blogger post. However, thanks to the WordPress Plugin “WP-Smugmug” I can now post entire galleries into my WordPress blog posts. Eventually, there will be a series of clickable tabs stretching across your screen just under the header photo and blog title. One of those tabs will access my Smugmug galleries for sure.
So what you are seeing in this post is my Smugmug HDR gallery. Each photo can be clicked on to see a larger version on your screen. By all means please have a look around and click on as many shots as you like. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think too. You might also like to take advantage of the social buttons at the top of this post to share it with your friends.
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