Surprise for Instagrammers

Here am I. (on Instagram). You may follow me

 

For peeptweet: @greencathedral

 

 

 

 

 

And a real surprise is my selfie:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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That’s better (B&W reduction with textures, toning and colouring)

Panorama Sunset Van der Byl Mountain

See yesterday’s picture (scroll back to second post below)

In the meantime I figured out via Facebook that not many villagers know about the name.

 

>1000 followers

This morning my Facebook photography page noticed me of the 1000th follower/liker. Co-incidentally somebody from the village I live in. In the meantime I see that there are 1004 fans. I’ve never paid FB for that although I know I could multiply the audience quite easily by paying for so called sponsored links each targeting a (geographic/demographic) market segment. Over 90 percent of my fans are (amateur?) photographers from around the globe and most of them prefer to be silent (thus not liking or commenting on different postings). According to the FB-statistics the daily average is 150 to 200 visitors; merely from the Americas and Western Europe and for the most part they click on my page via their own newsfeed. About 4-5% of the fans are ‘personal FB-friends and that includes 4 or 5 WordPress-bloggers (thank you guys!).  One thing for sure: via my FB-pages I ship every month one or more prints to destinations from New Zealand to New Zealand and everything in between where FedEx (or a FedEx laison) is active.

This blog has over 2000 followers …. Not one ever ordered a picture BUT via Overbergsa.net I recently fulfilled an order for several large (120x80cm) framed landscape prints. That just made my year…

 

Art Thirst at the Hermanus Art Walk

Every first Friday of the month 14 galleries in Hermanus remain open until 8 PM displaying the work of around 300 artists. Art Thirst is one of those galleries and owned by well known South African painter Leon Müller. This Friday evening he will have a surprise artist in his gallery. Men are invited to bring their wives/spouses and surprise them with a treasure of Mother Earth. You will see it at the entrance when you pop in this Friday between 6 and 8 PM. You are Welcome.

The ‘Hermanus First Friday Art Walk‘ is an initiative of the participating galleries which are virtually all within walking distance from each other.