Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. First off; congratulations to Leigh of HikeBikeTravel for winning last weeks Thai cookbook give away! We’ll all be waiting to see some of these awesome dishes coming from your kitchen, Leigh! No contest this week, but say tuned…
I am happy to report that I was able to recover all of my photos, and now I’m in the process of getting them reorganized. That should take another week or so. Also, I am in the middle of midterms, so the job is taking more time than normal this week. What I am trying to say is that what I had to post for this week is not happening (next week, I promise). Instead, I’ve decided to give you my top 5 most popular shots on my Flickr account. Anyone who has a Flickr account knows that there is a Popular link which only you can see.
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My five most popular shots on Flickr….beginning with Number 5…
Number 5: Spring time in Rural Korea…We got lost on the back roads, and this what we found. I have no idea if this place even has a name!
Number 4… Gunung, Kawi, Bali… At the bottom of these many many stairs is a major Hindu temple, with 10 rock-cut candi (shrines). It’s one of Bali’s oldest and largest ancient monuments (according to LP).
The day I was there it rained (HARD). That’s why the sky in this photo looks so washed out. (This was just before the downpour.)I think the lushness of the trees and rice paddy on the right makes up for it!
Number 3… Dragon’s Head, Nun’s Temple, Daejeon… Taken during a temple stay at a local temple on the out skirts of Daejeon. Featured by National Geographic’s blog “Intelligent Traveler”. The direct link appears to be broken, but Travels on a Shoe String mentions it being featured…
Number 2…Taiwan Mist… Taken in the early evening after a huge thunderstorm in the mountains. I was there at the right moment to catch the mist coming down.
AND…Number 1….Seoul Forest…Taken on a fall photo shoot in 2007…
Number of hits does not necessarily make a shot the most popular. Take a guess at which of these shots has the most views on Flickr…NO PEEKING! 🙂