My weekly posts have readers from all over the world, but the most come from the USA. As I start on my 5th year of doing these posts -- every Sunday -- I have been sharing a few of the ones most viewed during each of the first four years. Today is for year three, starting with post #122 on 1/27/13, titled "with a wood stove in our kitchen."
Appropriately for our unusually early cold weather it shows our wood cook stove in action. Indeed the stove is providing heat here today. I don't know if visitors to this post were researching wood cook stoves and my post came up or whether they were experiencing cold weather and needed to think warm and toasty!
|ash holder drawer, on the bottom|
That post also includes some winter photos by photographer John Flavell, so perhaps that could also be the reason for the high viewing numbers of this post....
A second popular post is #148, from 7/28/13, titled "the country way of making room for the stuff of photography -- Sideway Gallery." I am so fortunate to be able to have had this space for my work for almost four years now. Living in the country makes this place both possible and necessary.
One of the most popular posts ever is #114, on 12/2/12, featuring more of the photos Chris Garris had recently made in Indonesia. Three of them are below. The official title is "photos of Indonesia, part 3." It also has photos by Carolyn Franzini, from her visit to Borobudur. Thanks again to you both.
|Ashley and Carolyn at Borobudur|
Before signing off, I want to share information about an art venue that has reopened this month -- in the Kentucky Market Pavillion along Interstate 64 near Owingsville, KY, off exit #123. The displays look great, and they have great food. The best info is on their Facebook page -- basically they are open daily 10 - 6, and noon - 5 on Sunday. I have some notecards there, a selection of 12 x 16 matted prints, and copies of Counting on the Woods, signed by both myself and George Ella Lyon. (Phone: 606/674-6688)
I also sell photo note cards at CoffeeTree Books and at the Kentucky Folk Art Center, both in Morehead, KY, and at the Kentucky Artisan Center in Berea, KY, right off exit 77 on Intersate 75.
Enjoy!! And stay warm!! Buy local, wherever you are and whenever you can!!