RSS - A way to stay current with fresh images
RSS is really easy to use
With an RSS feed, and an RSS reader, you are notified when new images are published on this site. Rather than having to check the website, the website comes to you.
1) First thing to do is find a category of images that you are interested in.
The category can be a single "keyword", or a "folder". Keywords are things like "adventure" or "kayaking". You can pick a RSS feed from
Folders tend to be more geographical like "Alaska". Folders are the things containing the images. If you choose a folder then you get all the images inside - including the images in folders inside the folder you choose.
The trick is to find either a folder or a keyword that is general enough that images will be added frequently.
2) Next, find the RSS feed and "subscribe to it".
For example, if you are interested in all of the images I have of Alaska, and any I will add in the future of Alaska, go to the
and click the Alaska RSS link.
In most modern browsers (Opera, Explorer, FireFox, etc) when you click on an RSS link, the browser asks if you'd like to subscribe. If you subscribe, when I add new images you will be able to view them immediately.
If you really get into the RSS feed thing you will find all kinds of "RSS" readers out there - some totally web based - like your Yahoo homepage, and some really clever - like the Thunderbird email client, where RSS feeds are treated like incoming email!
Have fun, and let me know if you have any questions about using RSS on jeffpflueger.com