So I tried to log in to my block site on my computer and for some reason it wouldn’t accept my password which is weird because it’s the same one I use on my mobile device which is what I am blogging on now.
I’m doing this voice to text so if there’s any weirdness or awkward pacing then I’m going to blame it on that and be done with it lol.
So today I launched my NFT collection Twillingate Explored and while it’s gained a lot of activity on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook there haven’t been any sales. I would be more discouraged if it weren’t for the stories of other photographers that I’ve been reading that waited a long time for their collections to move as well.
Look I knew this wasn’t going to be a Is get rich quick scheme or anything like that. I knew it wasn’t going to be as easy as posting a bunch of photos and having people spend their hard earned money on them. It’s going to take time to build an audience and to get people engaged in what I’m doing.
I still very much believe in the platform and the idea of NFTS.
Tomorrow morning though I am getting up and visiting one of my favorite places and doing some much needed photo therapy.
Until tomorrow have a great evening and we will speak soon.
As well be the norm moving forward we start with a video blog!
Ok, so before I forget. The gentleman who has spent many many years cataloguing and mapping the root cellars in the Twillingate area is Troy Mitchell. A link to a VOCM article on him can be found here, and you can visit his Facebook group for more information as well as a link to the map!
As I said, not a lot of new photos today, though I did get a few, including, not without some irony, a root cellar….
But honestly, the absolute treasure I found this day was this weathered toy boat, made the slog to the top worthwhile.
Just precious, and its been a pleasure seeing folks react to this one, talking about fond childhood memories of their own.
I do hope you are enjoying these blogs, if there is anything else you would like to see here please let me know!