Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Lens Bubbles Is Moving

This will likely be the last post I write for my blog on Blogger.  After about 8 years, and 1327 posts, I have to say goodbye to Blogger and move on to my new home at www.lensbubbles.com.

It has been my goal to have my own domain and web site that I have more control over how I want to setup the site, and I finally ran out of excuses and did it. This is part of my plans for 2017.  The new site is not completely done and because it's my first time setting up a "real" web site, it will be a constant trial and error, but at least the blog section is up and running :)

I hope to see you at the new Lens Bubbles home at www.lensbubbles.com.  All future blog posts will be at http://lensbubbles.com/blog.

Candy Coloured Bokeh - Minolta Rokkor-QF 40mm f1.8 on Sony A7 

8 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your new webpage! I think tha addition of DIY videos is a good idea, it would be very interesting to watch.

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    1. Thanks John. I will try my best to do at least a few videos this year, and see how hard it is :)

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  2. congrats. Will the old posts here be removed soon ?

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    1. I will leave the existing posts where they are, until I have time to move them to my new site. Thanks

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  3. Great! Sometimes it's hard to show appreciation for all your work... I'm not used to follow your blog frequently but sometimes I just take all the posts I haven't read and I read them all at once... and all because I really like your pictures and your work with old lenses so please keep going! (All of this because I thought for one second that you were leaving all the blog stuff!)

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  4. Thanks for sharing this interesting post , I like all the features Sony DSLR and I also prefer Sony DSLR Lenses for photography.

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  5. Your new site hasn't been active. Where are you?

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    1. Yu-Lin suffered a tragic accident while riding his bicycle to work. He is hospitalized and is paralyzed. He has limited movement in his fingers. He has a long road to recovery. My thoughts and prayers go out to him, his loving wife and children.

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