It’s always fun to take a look through my website stats to see where my traffic comes from. I thought I’d share a peek under-the-hood of LeggNet.com for today’s post. Here are the keywords used in search engines over the weekend that led web surfers to LeggNet.com.

I get the feeling the the person searching for “Bedroom Photography” didn’t get what they were looking for.

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Canon 5D, Canon 24-105 f/4L lens – 1/100 second, f/11, ISO 100