Since rebooting Flickr last year with a couple thousand reprocessed and new photos, I keep a small portion of one eyeball cued into what gets viewed, liked, and commented on. It’s always fun to see what people are interested in, partly because I like to puzzle about different preferences, how people see the photos, what they like, and how that varies from my own perspective. There’s a certain randomness to it of course — as there is with just about everything we do on social sites, including blogs — yet in that randomness there can certainly be some found-surprises.
The three galleries below show the twenty most liked photos, which — as I assembled them for this post — realized could be organized into three seasons: summer, fall, and winter, a little sample of my photography covering three quarters of a yearly progression. New photos of spring buds are just a few weeks away, at which time this top twenty will likely drop off the Flickr stats page, so I thought I would capture the current crop and share them here.
Many of the photos in these galleries have appeared on this site before, but some have not. If you would like to see the full Flickr albums the photos came from, here are the links.
Georgia: Grant Park Atlanta Fall Color
New York: Ausable Chasm
New York: Northern Landscapes
New York: Whiteface Mountain Region
New York: Winter Scenes
Thanks for reading and taking a look!
Love the autumn color, especially.
Thank you! I like those best too! 🙂
A very nice album, excellent fall foliage, and the red branches (dogwood?) & sumac in winter are great, too. I’ve never been to Ausable in good weather, and definitely need to get back there when the sun is shining.
Hi, and thanks. I think those red stems are dogwood also; at least they look like a lot of other red dogwood stems I found in pics on the web. Thanks for identifying them, I didn’t actually know.
May or June is excellent at Ausable; lots of green and great light. I always take pictures of the chasm from the trails or property surround the river, have never dared to take my camera on the boat tours because there’s so much spray. Zoom lenses help a lot!