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Past Squares #8

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An impression of trees in spring. One of my experiments with intentional camera movement. Photographed on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.

A look back at some of my personal favorite square photos from previous months of squares. Some were popular, some not so popular at the time.

This was one of my more popular post in Tree Squares Month and is my day 8 contribution to Becky’s October Squares on the theme of Past Squares.

27 replies on “Past Squares #8”

I’ve never really trusted WP stats. Also, there are times when I’m not sure if the WordPress server is playing up or its our internet connection. I just checked my stats and the second most popular so far this month was the least popular tree square I reposted.

So glad not sure me who is suspicious of them, although on your tree that could be because it was the one I included in the gallery

I seem to think that being included in the gallery had a very minimal effect. I was expecting it to but almost all the views and likes were prior to the gallery.

Thanks Becky. It’s just a long weekend to us. Wendy has no family left so no family get together and having grown up in the U.K. the holiday means nothing to me.

For a long weekend yes but our weather has been anything but typical most of the year. Many more days of thunderstorms this year. There was snow in the forecast for western Canada a few days ago while we were 10 degrees above normal for the time of year.

But not consistently in this part of Canada. We never seem to get a normal winter nowadays and our past couple of summer’s haven’t been typical.

I’m beginning to wonder if it’s WordPress gremlins. I’m suddenly seeing posts from much earlier in the day in reader and my Silent Sunday post hardly had any views or likes.

Definitely gremlins – the weekend stats make no sense, and you’re not the first to comment on reader issues this weekend. So frustrating

If you search for the PastSquares tag there doesn’t seem to be a lot of posts so either WordPress is missing them or people aren’t using the tag.

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