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Mt Hamilton San Antonio Valley Rd (0560)

Mt Hamilton San Antonio Valley Rd (0560)
San Antonio Valley Road which heads down from Mt. Hamilton and east towards the Central Valley. If you look up from the curve, you can see a bridge and the road stretching off into the distance.

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Marvin Matthews
Marvin Matthews
A great pic for Country roads. Love the long narrow thread that is a road. Just joined the
group, I too, am from flickr.
4 years ago.
James Ruddy
James Ruddy
I think we're all from flickr. We seem to attract each other, but not the original European ipernity members. I've wondered if it's a sort of displacement, or maybe a self imposed segregation.
4 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs… has replied to James Ruddy
There's a surprising number of my Flickr contacts who either haven't moved from Flickr to Ipernity, or moved and then went back. I suspect that some of what differentiates who moved is related to how they access Flickr. Flickr seems to have been redesigned for smartphone and tablet users, which has made it frustratingly slow for those who access it on a desktop (at least for me, and seemingly some others).
4 years ago.
James Ruddy
James Ruddy
That could be part of it. Another part of it is, from what a few told me, that they don't have many people looking at their photos on ipernity like the did on flickr. If you're a "stat" lover, ipernity isn't the place for you. When I was there I had an average of 700 views per day, but on ipernity most of my photos are lucky to get one view at all. Good thing I don't really care, and I appreciate the comments made by people more than how many unknown souls look at them anyway. Everyone has their own motivations for what they do, and those who want to return or stay at flickr are welcome to it, but it sure isn't for me.
4 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs travels)
Don Barrett (aka DBs…
I'll admit to having felt some shock at the tremendous drop in views, but things are already picking up here compared to when we first started.
4 years ago.
James Ruddy
James Ruddy
That's true, but it's mostly amongst our own contacts instead of random anonymous searches. It's just different, but it's not real important to me. I still check in at flickr every day to see if anyone wanted anything, but won't post photos or look at photos there.
I did get a request by a guy who wanted permission to use one of my ND oil well photos for part of a collage on an oil industry magazine cover, yesterday. Since I don't have model or property releases on any of my pics I usually refuse, but the one he wanted isn't identifiable so I gave permission. He said he'd send me a copy of it when it's published...we'll see.
4 years ago.