The rusty pennies photo has been getting a lot of use since I posted it a couple of months ago.
Here we see the rusty pennies on a Wired Magazine science blog. Oooh, big time, huh?!
The coffee beans photo remains among my most popular images. Here it is on a Finnish blog site.
A German political news site liked this Hello Kitty snapshot!
The Room of Doom™ goes international!
Fast food toys in a nutrition-for-kids blog rant.
Speaking of fat kids, here's an effective use of one of the more atmospheric scale-a-week photos. The Scale-A-Week photos are as popular as the coffee beans and pennies pictures.
The Stanford School of Medicine selected a more straightforward version of the scale photo for this health and fitness article.
I've probably mentioned before, but it's worth sharing again: the Freakonomics web site also used a scale-a-week photo.
Things to do in Adelaide (Australia): visit the Adelaide Botanical Gardens, of course! (The glass Palm House photo is mine.)
A GeekWire article on "guerrilla marketing" uses one of my plastic army man photos as its lead image; this is pretty cool, seeing as how the article includes a number of much more professional looking images!
This is a surprise. One of my Thailand travel photos (which are used regularly on German travel blogs for some reason) appears here to illustrate a story about the upcoming season of the National Geographic Channel's series Locked Up Abroad.
Here's Trippy making a to-do list on TheNextWeb site.
Volcanoes in the Kitchen! (Only the first of these colorful photos is mine.)
Earlier I mentioned seeing my Thailand photos on German travel blogs; here's an example.