G'day, I was a bit concerned that I might be infringing on the site rules by mentioning my blog on APS by I have checked it out with Stuart and he is quite happy for me to put it out there to gauge reaction. Basically I have been blogging for about a year or so based around trips in the South East Queensland and surrounding areas aimed at procuring photographs for a book on the reptiles and amphibians of the region. I have been working on the project for a very long time but recently began to step things up a bit to try and complete it before I get too bloody old to do so. I was starting to get a bit disheartened with the traffic and considering not bothering to post in the future so I would like to see if anyone from the site would be interested in checking it out and giving me a bit of feedback either way. I have no idea how to improve the SEO position and without using a link I find it almost impossible to find on the net myself so thats probably a good reason in part for the lack of traffic. There is no advertising on the site and as far as I am aware there are no glitches or nasties associated with it. I do get a bit carried away at times and lose my cool venting with the odd swear word so if that might offend don't go there. It's basically similar to a lot of the field herping photo threads posted on here but I reckon a lot of the photography showcased on APS threads is far superior to mine, especially my older stuff. Anyway links if they work are below, see what you reckon. http://aussiereptilesandamphibians.blogspot.com.au/ or Reptiles and amphibians of South East Queensland - Blog Thanks, Mike. Sorry for the dyslexia in the title - tried to change it to field but it won't let me.