Dru has just posted about which of the images on her flickr stream get the most views. So I thought I'd show my top ten too... a very motley collection they are too:
In 10th position (731 views) is Purple Confetti:
This was an experiment in photographing purple.
In 9th position (846 views) is Holiday Cottage - Welcome In!:
This was a great holiday cottage to stay in at St Fillans in Scotland - we were there for a week in 2007 so that Jim could complete the Munros.
In 8th position (937 views) is Eden Project's Solar Panels:
From a different holiday in 2006 when we were in Cornwall. It good to see that Solar Panels are almost as good to look at as mermaids....
In 7th position (940 views) is Mermaids:
A display Jim had spotted this a hairdressers window in Frampton Cotterell and as we happened to be near there soon after that I got this photo. I especially like the MerKen.
In 6th position (1,285 views) is Scratched Negative:
This is someone else's negative that I found in a book, Jim scanned it and I made it monochrome and put it into a texture's group or two.
In 5th position (1366 views) is Red Buddha:
In 4th position (2186 views) is Wire Sculpture:
My one attempt at wire sculpture (so far) - it hurt my hands too much...
In 3rd position (2443 views) is Birthday Card:
With renewed thanks to Spitzgogo_CHEN (Nokia 6230i) for the Cake, Miss Loisy for the Bike, Jeff Kubina for the Balls, brokenchopstick for the Bubble.
This is a SoulCollage card blogged in my card blog.
In 2nd position (6,734 views) Water Droplets on Car Texture:
A texture that I took - the original was a boring colour so I made it warm.
And in the top spot (9,283 views) is Background:
This one was in the top spot long before I got around to making it available with a creative commons license... This background was inspired by Try It Tuesdays - and blogged here.
It seems quite odd that my two top images are ones which aren't really of anything...
Flickr's idea of "interesting" is not the same as most viewed though there are overlaps. If you want to see my most interesting photos I have a dynamically created set of them on Flickr.
If you have a flickr stream I'd love to see which are your most viewed images!
Do let me know if you post about them.
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