Last updated 21/05/2018 Revision concerns GDPR and Charles Paxton’s management of the blog.
Thank you for visiting Wildopeneye blog. I hope that you find this blog and our main site interesting and that it inspires you to take your own pictures of our amazing natural world and to do your bit to protect it for its own sake and for the sake of future generations. I want you to enjoy a safe and rich experience online and so wildopeneye.com and this blog use secure socket technology and promise to respect your human rights including rights to privacy.
Please note that I only post comments that are relevant to the topic in question and that I consider are interesting and I no longer answer questions about the mechanism of the blog or respond to SEO hints.
The Wildopeneye website and this blog are run by Charles Paxton now from his residence in Louisiana, USA and are covered by the same legal and technical information. This can be found on our main site and can be accessed via the links directly below this paragraph. If you have visited before you will note that these have been updated to conform to recently introduced GDPR rules. Thank you for reading all this.
The Data controller for this website is me, Charles Paxton, I am the point of contact for all matters concerning the information content of this website. The point of contact for any technical matters relating to this website is also me, Charles Paxton, of 1209 West Port Union Road, Farmerville, Louisiana,71241, USA. Please contact me about any technical aspects of this website at this address or via my web page https://thewebcat.biz/contact_charles.html .
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