Yesterday I shared with you my near win of Captain James T. Kirk and explained why I had recovered it from my mental trash bin after seeing the TED of Sarah Lewis.
As part of my little workflow I had uploaded it to Flickr so I could share it here with you, but could not be bothered by adding tags, sets or submitting it to groups.
Is was after all a near win.
When I returned later today from a set of successful working sessions buried away miles under the sea in a Faraday cage and I unlocked my screen I was surprised to see a lot of favs on Flickr.
Was my Easter Bunny still popular, or did I had a good friend who decided to take a personal like tour on some of my older shots ?
I can tell you I was completely flabbergasted when I discovered James T. Kirk made it to the explore page and I had friendly strangers congratulating me on the "explore" and reached a good 4K views and 59 favs (my average is normally around 400 views and 5 to 10 favs on Flickr).
And this was my near win.
Sweet success on the mystery road to mastery ...
Thank you, mystery Flickr algorithm for selecting me on your explore page today it was a sweet experience !
Footnotes to self:
Day 5 in my personal challenge.
Picture above shot with an iPhone 5S
Don't forget to check out the near win of Shelly, but please note that viewers discretion is advised.
As always, stay tuned and leave your view in the comments below or on your social platform of choice ...