Instagram Archive Page 1

Instagram Archive Page 1

Welcome to the first page of mudpix.com’s Instagram Archive. This archive will provide you the pleasure of viewing photos previously posted to MUDPIX MAGAZINE’s official Instagram page maintained by photographer David Thrift. All photos taken by David. You can find all the latest Instagram posts by David on Instagram here. This archive is updated periodically.

Original Caption: Pontiac Firebird (I think). Originally posted to instagram on Thursday, April 18th, 2019. This photo doesn’t do the car justice. It was absolutely beautiful to see in the parking lot of Givorn’s grocery store in West Point, Georgia.
Original Caption: Beautiful day out on the lake. Originally posted to instagram on Sunday, April 14th, 2019.
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Original Caption: The water was on full flow from West Point Dam today. I got several good shots on my Canon SX410. This shot from my Galaxy S8+. Originally posted to instagram on Monday, April 22nd, 2019. I rarely get to catch the dam when all the flood gates are open. It’s pretty cool to watch the water flowing through when I can.
Instagram Archive Photo 4
Original Caption: Another shot I took on my S8+ at West Point Dam today. Originally posted to instagram on Monday, April 22nd, 2019. This photo shows the current coming from under the dam. The current is fast and strong pushing up, and always makes a wild photo.
Instagram Archive Photo 5
Original Caption: Flowers at West Point Dam today. Originally posted to instagram on Monday, April 22nd, 2019. This is one of my favorite views at the dam, especially in the Spring and Summer season when the flowers are in bloom.
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Original Caption: We The People. Originally posted to instagram on Monday, April 22nd, 2019. I was so glad I didn’t miss this shot. That is a very cool truck. I love the decal design on the back window.
Instagram Archive Photo 7
Original Caption: I have found a new location (Rocky Point Park) on West Point Lake in Georgia to spend my time at with my camera. I’ve actually known about the park for a long time but never visited it because there is an admission fee unlike all the other parks I visit on the lake. Originally posted to instagram on Friday, April 26th, 2019. This park is actually in Chambers County Alabama. I obviously wasn’t paying attention when I wrote the caption on Instagram that day.
Instagram Archive Photo 8
Original Caption: Nature shots. Getting some good ones today. Originally posted to instagram on Friday, April 26th, 2019. About a week later I got some more really good photos taken of this fisherman. Not sure which issue of MUDPIX MAGAZINE they will end up in, but I’m sure some folks will like the photos. Also as you can see I took a photo of a photo on my camera’s review screen. Sometimes it’s easier and faster to just do that when I want to show something I captured rather than waiting to get home, load my computer, and then post online. The real image is of course high quality.
Instagram Archive Photo 9
Original Caption: Some more of my camera work today. Originally posted to instagram on Friday, April 26th, 2019. One of my favorite boater photographs captured in 2019.
Instagram Archive Photo 10
Original Caption: Today was a great day out with my camera. I’ll be spending my Friday night tonight making some website updates. Originally posted to instagram on Friday, April 26th, 2019. Photo taken on I-85 between Valley Alabama and Opelika Alabama.

As more pages are added in this archive, a new archive navigation section will be created so that you can easily surf through the archive from one page to the next.

Important Site News, Updates, and Info:

See below for important announcements you need to know about at mudpix.com – MUDPIX MAGAZINE.

Mudpix Magazine Demo 1 Now Available

MUDPIX MAGAZINE – DEMO 1 has been released and it is now available for downloading. This issue is 290 pages and is 71.7MB in file size. This demo issue features photography by David Thrift that was shot on Lake Harding, and West Point Lake during the weekend before Labor Day 2019. Use the following links below to download or preview this magazine: DOWNLOAD your copy now, or Preview On Issuu If You Would Like Before Downloading.

MUDPIX MAGAZINE Issue #1 Is Available To Purchase For Just $12.00 At Gumroad. Get Your PDF Copy Today.

The first official issue of MUDPIX MAGAZINE has been released and is available for purchase. Head over to the Home page for info on how to purchase your copy on Gumroad, or click here to jump straight over to MUDPIX MAGAZINE’s Gumroad creator’s page for more info and to purchase your digital pdf copy today. It contains over 750 photos shot by David Thrift on Lake Harding and West Point Lake in Alabama and Georgia, is 792 pages and 162MB.

This Website Is Growing!

This month in November 2019, a lot of work is going on to expand content for you to enjoy. While I’m certainly focused on completing the first issue of MUDPIX MAGAZINE and getting it available for sale, I’m also adding lots of new pages to the website. Some of the pages are relevant only to this website’s content specifically, and other pages are basically link lists providing access to some of my favorite articles from favorite websites I like to explore personally. In this process of adding new pages, I’ve also been working on cleaning up (moving) some miscellaneous content around the website to make it easier when browsing on mobile devices (smartphones and tablets). Head over to the Updates page to see what all the new pages are that have been added recently. Keep your eyes peeled throughout the next few months. There’s bound to be tons of pages added for you to check out.

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