Hello, my name is Alex Smithson and I love to write and publish articles for Mother Nature. I also love experimenting with new designs for this website by using the live preview that WordPress provides, so that I can see how my website will render in different browsers, for instance, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Vivaldi and many other various internet browsers that are widely known all across the whole of the internet.
As I have a passion for technology, I always take to the internet to find out the latest details of products that have been announced, or are possibly rumoured to be announced at certain media events.
I also have a massive passion for photography, and as the Nikon D3300 DSLR I use is always going on journeys with me wherever I choose to go, this gives me an endless amount of opportunities to take photos that are my own, and to also take photographs for certain articles that I create and publish, to make sure that every article is interesting, comfortable and easy to read.
I do, on the very rare occasion, create videos that I can upload to YouTube, though I always make sure to stick to what I’m good at professional-wise, and that is committing more to this website, as well as committing more to developing my photography skills.
For almost every article that I have written and published on Mother Nature, I like to make sure that I can pin relevant website links to some or most of the articles that I publish, so that there is more of a chance of the article I publish being relevant to the situation or topic I’m talking about, but also at the same time, relevant to the related articles I have pinned for everyone’s further interests.
As I like to take my time putting together the articles I want to publish, I love to listen to music, as this helps me to keep myself occupied whilst I prepare to publish any articles that are near completion or have already been completed.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this, and I bet that you’ll look forward to reading the articles that I’ll publish regularly on Mother Nature.