It’s on the right-hand side of the page, under the “about me/page” blurb. You should see a “page X/XXX” and then a double arrow. The double arrow is the next page button. =)
Apparently not. They removed the post (I remember which one it was because I have a nerdtastic organizational system for my blog postings), so I know I definitely had linked it back.
I always try to determine the source for my photos when I can; I can’t always because when I trawl, the places from which I trawl don’t always have it sourced. And I *never* put something up if it says that it’s copyrighted. So, I don’t know.
But now I do—at least for SpookyWorld. =/
Don’t post pictures with anything from SpookyWorld in them. I just got a Copyright Violation notice for a picture I posted of one of their hearses from the attraction (which I linked back to their website). But apparently all their images are copyrighted, which I did not know. No excuse for me, but I’m just saying.
Anyway, I just wanted to let the rest of you know so you don’t get bagged, too.
If you sent something, it didn’t go through. Is it something I’ve posted before? Is it an illustration or a photograph?
“Day of the Dead” by Chronoperates
I wish a happy (is that the right word? Not sure, somebody let me know!) Dia de los Muertos to any of my followers that celebrate it today.
As I’ve said before, it’s not part of my culture, but respect honouring our Dead and our Ancestors at this time of the year—no matter what your background.
No, I’m going to try and keep it up all year round. I’ve been sick the last week or so, unfortunately, and I’ve been preoccupied with the storm the last couple of days; I have family in New Jersey and New Hampshire (luckily everybody is safe, if waterlogged), so that’s why I’ve been a bit quieter than usual.
Happy Halloween, everybody! I hope anybody on the East Coast is safe and well.