Like most blogs that have been around for a while, I get a fair amount of incoming hits from search engines. Call me geeky, but I get a kick out of reading what people typed into Google to find me. As an example, here are the search terms that led websurfers to this site yesterday:
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As you can see, most of them are photography related. But I do like the occasional odd search. I wonder if the person that entered “body scan salt lake city” found what they were looking for.
I selected today’s image to go along with this geeky subject. It’s my good friend Harley posing as a computer nerd in a recent stock photo shoot we did. In addition to being a sometimes model, Harley is a photographer. Be sure to check out his photostream on Flickr at flickr.com/photos/hpebley3.
Canon 5D, Canon 24-105 f/4L lens – 1/125 second, f/7.1, ISO 100