Flickr is a strange place. After uploading a photo there, you never know if it will be seen by anyone, or if it will wander around cyberspace, from
person computer to computer until it gets a bunch of hits (ie. someone looking) and then you really start to wonder: who is looking at my chicken?
This one of our Ameraucana hen has me flabbergasted. It went from around 85 views to 503 views within the past week or so.
The thing that bugs me most is that I could have taken such a better shot of her, had I known there was so much interest! It's not even her prettiest angle and she looks a bit frumpy, don't you think?
My #1? This one of some softies I made and brought to the local beach. It's had 866 views, but that's understandable, since they came with a tutorial and were in a couple of softie photo pools:
And at #3 (418 views), passed recently by the frumpy chicken, above, is this one, which I myself adore, too (the bird, I adore, that's what I meant).
This bird is not frumpy. Plump, maybe. But not frumpy. And I think this must be his (her?) good angle:
The next time you look at someone's photos, you just might leave them perplexed!