I am happy to announce the launch of my new website Following Hadrian Photography which can be viewed at www.followinghadrianphotography.com/.
My goal with this new website is to further expand the content of my Following Hadrian blog. Having now visited more than 500 archaeological sites and museums and having accumulated around 90,000 pictures, I needed a new platform to create and share more content.
With my Hadrian 1900 project starting next year, I intend to reserve this blog for Hadrian related content while I will use the new website to cover all the other places I have visited. The focus is on photography rather than text. Each publication includes a short description of the archaeological site or museum and a portfolio of some of my best shots.
I have kept the navigation of the site easy and simple by organising the content by country. The main menu at the top of the site shows all the countries already covered. Under each country you will see a drop-down menu of all the archaeological sites featured within the selected country. If you click on the country’s name, a map of all the archaeological sites visited in the selected country will appear (look here for Turkey). The website will always be a work in progress and new archaeological sites and museums will be added on a regular basis.
Over the last weeks I have been busy adding new content, especially from Israel since I travelled there just a week ago. My next destination will be Albania at the beginning of July so expect an Albanian section soon.
I hope you enjoy the new website. If you like it, I encourage you to enter your email address at the bottom of the home page and to follow my website in order to receive notifications of new content by email.