One of these days, I’m going to write a post about the posts I’ve written that have been derailed by unrelated events. Simply put, things happen, and then I realize that what I was going to post would be, to use John Howell’s Top-10 language, at best, ill-timed. At worst, it would offend the sensibilities of many of my readers.
So, I’m going to post some pictures today. Not just any pictures. These are the crowd-(such as it is)-sourced-favorites. Using Flickr’s curious ranking algorithms and a little inspired judgement, I’ve determined that these are the 10 most interesting photos I have, as of today. The top-10, except, there’s 11. Nobody ever accused me of over-focusing on accounting.
I put the photos in a gallery. You can glance at the gallery, or you can click on any photo and start a screen show. I’ve described the photos in their captions. I apologize to those of you who follow my Flickr site, because you’ve seen these. However, you also were part of the crowd. I know that you saw them, because you liked them and that is part of what made them interesting.