Favourite Photo from October

Hey all. So, like I said on Monday, I’m trying something new this month with the reviews. I’ve split my favourite photo from October, as well as last month’s web stats, into a seperate post. Let me know what you think!  In that post you’ll also get a brief run down of a few of my photographic excursions.

If you’d like to support my photography pursuits, check out that Patreon link on the side there!  all right, let’s get to it.

Favourite Photo from October

Kate
Favourite Photo Shot This Month: This photo squeaked until the deadline. I shot it at the Soldier’s Social fundraiser for the Kings County Museum. I just love the light on Kate!

Tyne Cot
Fave Archive Photo: I’ve been posting a few photos a week from my photo archives that never make it onto Flickr. This is my favourite of those from this month. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery at Tyne Cot.

Web Stats

Flickr

So I have my favourites, but what’s actually the most popular? I’ve had just shy of 12,000 views on my photos this month. Between Broken Leg, the photo walk, and the Soldier’s Social (with a massively popular share on the KCM Facebook page), I think this is definitely an unusual month for traffic. I can only hope some of those people return to check out my photography in the future!

Self Portrait - Press
With over 170 views, this was the most popular photo shot and posted this month. I took it at the Soldier’s Social this past Friday.

"Yoga" received 206 views this month. This collage was shot in Nicaragua back in 2014 and is the most popular photo on my Flickr Profile.
“Yoga” received 206 views this month. This collage was shot in Nicaragua back in 2014 and is the most popular photo on my Flickr Profile.

Blog

Chatelaine Mystery VIII Tryout
Most popular blog post with 285 hits this month
Chatelaine's Snowflake Nativity
Most popular cross stitch project viewed this month: Snowflake Nativity from way back in 2008!

 

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