Here are the 10 Most-Interesting photos from 2019 as determined by Flickr.
*Once again, according to Flickr’s dubious and mysterious “Interestingness” algorithm. As I’ve done in past years, I thought I’d share the 10 most-interesting photos from 2018 that I published on 75CentralPhotography.Com. To figure out what are the 10 candidates, we rely on Flickr’s “Interestingness” algorithm, which doesn’t actually seem to work very well, as I feel like I’ve published a lot of other photos that are more interesting than those chosen by Flickr. Oh well…here you go: 1. On the Engine’s Edge 2. Under the Stripes 3. Celine 4. BALLYS 5. Big Boulders...
Exciting news! We are participating in this year’s East Main Arts Festival in Arlington, Texas. We’ll be selling prints, magnets and photocards. Here’s a taste of what we’ll have available for purchase: If you’re in the DFW area and are looking for something to do this Saturday, come by and see us!
For my year-end wrap up this year I’ve done something a bit different. Below are the “Most Interesting” photos from each month as determined by Flickr’s Interestingness algorithm. While a bit-flawed in that I may have not yet published the truly-most-interesting photo for a given month, it’s nonetheless interesting to see how Flickr’s algorithm ranked my photos. January February March April May June July August September October November December
Just a quick note that Fiji Water, as part of its ongoing city guides, recently released their Dallas guide. And, happily, they’re featuring my photo of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge from June 23, 2013 on the masthead. So, go drink some Fiji Water to say thanks for me!