Flying Sky High at 100,000!

100,000 View Count Achieved on Sunday 17th March 2019!

I never thought I would achieve this, but 100,000 views is a huge milestone and a massive achievement for Mother Nature!

Six years of producing and curating articles, producing photography work, tackling a lot of topics whilst also reflecting on historical figures and photographers are some of the things I’m glad I worked on, and to have the opportunity to photograph a famous actor within that time, and even get a lot of people on board the mental health-inspired photography series that I’ve been working on by myself since I left Croydon College in July 2017 is an achievement for me.

The whole purpose of setting up Mother Nature on the 6th June 2013 was for me to showcase the photography work I’ve produced, as well as trying my hand at writing more and I’ve gained so much confidence over time, but looking back now on my writing styles then compared to my style of writing now is crazy!

Personally, I never thought that in almost six years, Mother Nature would be viewed 100,000 times and that, to me, is a massive achievement.

To celebrate, the Addington Hills photo-set is going up and another photo-set for the mental health-inspired photography series is going up this week so keep your eyes peeled as I’ve got a lot of content on the way ready for publishing and I don’t want you to miss it!

Thank you so much, everyone! Without you, I would have never achieved this milestone and would have never anticipated this to be a massive achievement.

Again, thank you so much, everyone, from the bottom of my heart, and let’s keep flying sky high as 2019 progresses as I’ve got plenty more content in store ready to publish!

Alex Smithson

2 comments

  1. Congratulations for this landmark achievement 🙂

    It takes a lot of effort and commitment to travel this far.

    I have started my blog also around the same time and yet to reach this mile stone..

    Hope to see many more images and posts from you 🙂

    Have a great time 🙂

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