Saturday, January 14, 2012


Last year, Harold and I toyed with the idea of rotating the blog headers at the top of NEPA Blogs more frequently. After further discussion, we thought it would be more interactive if we opened the floor to submissions by our blog readers. We asked for your photos, and some of you had sent them in. A BIG THANK YOU to all who allowed us to use their photos!

Before long, we were out of reader photos and Harold and I took turns using photos that we took as the headers...that gets old quick. We like to see new and interesting things when we load the NEPA Blogs page.


I'm putting out another call for header submissions. Feel free to submit any interesting photos that you have taken from Northeastern Pennsylvania to nepablogs[at]gmail[dot]com. You do not have to worry about resizing or adding the text, Harold has already mastered tweeking the submitted photos. Specifically, we'd like to see some winter photography...we already have a cache of photos that we can use during the spring months.

We rotate the new blog headers out every Wednesday and they stay on our blog for a period of 1 week. It can be your claim to fame for the week because we will give you full credit for the submission (and point people to your blog on Twitter, Facebook and Google+) which may in turn increase traffic on your blog. You can see a gallery of our past headers by clicking here.

We have recently received submissions from James Roberts (@PRguyMU on Twitter), Brent Pennington Photography and the master of Ada Mae Compton. We will be rotating these in the upcoming weeks. We'd love to see YOUR photos though. Don't be shy, email them along!



Anonymous said...

That picture was not taken by James Roberts.

Anonymous said...

Yes, and I know the person that did take the photo and it is not Jim Roberts.

Anonymous said...

Why do you think others would take credit for someone else's work?

Anonymous said...

How do we contact James Roberts about copyright infringement?

D.B. Echo said...

The photo in question has been replaced for this week until proper credit and permission can be established for the previous one.