Something very interesting and confusing has happened since I opened my new website last week. The site has 133 images on it, of which 18 are either people, representations of people (sculptures, mannequins), or abstractions that resemble people. Now, I'm not a people photographer. My subjects almost invariably come from the inanimate world, as that's where my interest lies. Frankly, I think I do my best work there, too. So imagine my shock when I discovered that initially, and continuing on, far and away the most viewed images come from those 18 'people' shots. It's hard to believe, but at present, of the 16 most viewed images, 14 are from that small 'people' group; and they represent 32% of all photo views on the site, while comprising only 14% of the images. Put another way, there are are 115 pretty good pictures that, relatively speaking, are being more or less ignored. This amazes me! Since Forum members are responsible for a healthy share of the numbers, I figured I'd go right to the source. Does anyone have a clue as to why this is happening?