Raving about my most viewed photo

30 Jul

Raven Silhouette I

This (not very good) photo of a raven is the most viewed photo in my Flickr photostream.  I thought maybe it’s been seen so much because it was on my 2nd most popular post, The Difference Between Ravens and Crows.  But it’s not.  It’s not my best picture of a raven or my most interesting picture of a raven.  I cannot figure out why it’s been view more than 4,500 times.  Weird.

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4 Responses to “Raving about my most viewed photo”

  1. KGMom 30 July, 2011 at 9:32 am #

    I had a similar puzzling experience with my most viewed blog–I called it “the teeth of the lion” and it was about dandelions. Dent de lion.
    For some reason, people in various parts of the world viewed it–which made me worry. Was there some deep dark reason? so I changed the name to “dent de lion” and no more unknown folks viewing it.

    • lizalee 30 July, 2011 at 1:16 pm #

      I’m sure people were searching Google for “lion teeth” or something and found your site. They must have been so confused. It was a REALLY good post though! I remember it. :)

  2. Ambre McMillan Ying 30 July, 2011 at 9:48 am #

    I suspect that the reads have moved it up in some search engine.

    • lizalee 30 July, 2011 at 1:15 pm #

      Oh, I know why the post is so popular. It gets hit a LOT by people trying to figure out if they are seeing a crow or a raven. But, that particular picture of a raven puzzles me. It’s my most viewed picture on Flickr and that I can’t figure out. Anywho . . .

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