Most Clicked Pictures

Just for fun tonight here are some of the most clicked pictures on my blog over the years.

Gettsyburg Address, Abraham Lincoln - 150th Anniversary - Gettysburg - Fourscore and seven years agoThis picture is a scan from my Grandma’s Scrapbooks and was used in a post about The Gettysburg Address. It has been clicked on more than twice as often as any other picture on my blog.

Tell es-Sultan - Walls of Jericho - Joshua - Walls Come Tumbling Down - Rahab - HarlotThis picture of the Walls of Jericho is the second most clicked. I have also seen this picture, both credited and uncredited, on quite a few pages on the internet.

Helen Barclay, Leaves of Autumn, Poetry, Autumn PoemsI have written several posts about poems found in my Grandma’s Scrapbooks. Some of the pictures of the poems are among the most clicked.

Fire Works - 4th of July - Most Liked Posts - Holiday FireworksMy favorite fireworks picture has also had a lot of clicks. I first used this picture in a post on Fireworks Memories.

Tomb with rolling stone - Tomb in Israel - Ressurection - Easter SundayAnd, one last often clicked picture.

This picture I took of a tomb with a rolling stone also gets a lot of clicks, especially in the weeks leading up to Easter.

Steven

 

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2 Responses to Most Clicked Pictures

  1. On Thursday, November 5, 2020, Braman’s Wanderings wrote:

    > vanbraman posted: “Just for fun tonight here are some of the most clicked > pictures on my blog over the years. This picture is a scan from my > Grandma’s Scrapbooks and was used in a post about The Gettysburg Address. > It has been clicked on more than twice as often as any o” >

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