2019-12-21-SA @ 8:45 PM CST – All my photos for MUDPIX MAGAZINE Issue #2 that I’ve worked on so far are now named correctly. So I can get on with continueing that work now. I also had no plans on getting on the internet with my laptop tonight, but I just thought of a new list to make that I think will be fun and may help to drive more traffic to mudpix.com but mums the word about it for now until I get it started and published on the website. Stay tuned!
2019-12-21-SA @ 7:56 PM CST – It’s been a hectic week since my last update, but I’m not going to dwell on anything other than MUDPIX MAGAZINE in this update. When I last looked at the work I was doing on MUDPIX MAGAZINE Issue #2, I realized that the first batch of photos I edited were saved with incorrect file names for the locations where they were taken. So tonight I’m going to work on renaming those files so that I can make sure they get into the correct chapter of of MUDPIX MAGAZINE Issue #2. Yes you read correct, I said chapter. Issue #2 if I haven’t mentioned it already will follow an updated format to include chapters for each location where I took photos at around Lake Harding, and West Point Lake. Issue #1 did not follow this format. I decided to seperate the photos by location in Issue #2 for several reasons to include having the ability in the future to publish location specific issues of MUDPIX MAGAZINE and also to build a list I’m working on (mostly for myself) that includes dates I visited each location.
2019-12-17-TU @ 6:35 PM CST – My computer is on and I am digging through my photos tonight to begin editing the next set for MUDPIX MAGAZINE Issue #2. The internet on my phone is working extremely slow tonight, so I guess it’s a good night to get this photo editing mission started. I have a feeling the slow internet connection is probably weather related since it’s been raining pretty much all day.
2019-12-15-SU @ 7:30 AM CST – This morning I’ve been working on deleting old (now irrelevant) posts I made in my social media on facebook and just noticed on April 11th, 2019 I had started working on a relaunch of mudpix.com and I realized in the last 8 months how busy I’ve been at working on the website as it has grown a lot. I’m looking forward to seeing it’s growth over the next year. – – – 9:23 AM CST – I came across something I wrote on January 6th, 2019 that puts a check mark on my MUDPIX MAGAZINE project. Here’s what I wrote: “How many of you travel to the same place over and over again? Where is it? For me it is nearly any park around West Point Lake, both Alabama and Georgia side. For a lake as big as it is, and the parks as big as they are, it is almost always possible to find most of the land all to yourself where you can hang out and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. Sometimes the parks are busy on the weekends, but nearly dead during weekdays. That lake has been my favorite day trip destination since around 2002.”. It’s true. I don’t think I’ll ever grow tired of going out to explore the land around West Point Lake.
Mudpix Magazine Demo 1 Now Available
MUDPIX MAGAZINE – DEMO 1 has been released and it is now available for downloading. It’s absolutely free and will give you an idea of what to expect in the premium issues. 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.
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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.