June 2015 Summary

View from Robin Hood Gardens

I’m still trying to take things easy, but with no great success, but I did manage to get out a few times in June to continue my work away from protests, making panoramas at Barking, Swanscombe and Robin Hood Gardens. Most of these don’t immediately look like panoramas, as the images are presented in the same 3:2 format that I use for the rest of my work, but they do have a very wide – over 140 degree – angle of view.  It does show that sometimes we have clear blue skies, but usually they have been more interesting.

Jun 2015

Robin Hood Gardens
DPAC’s ILF Closing Ceremony
Staines Day
Victims & Survivors call for Justice

Class War protest ‘corporate pinkwashing’

Pride Parade
UN Day for Victims of Torture
National Gallery Strike Day 41
Government threaten Mental Health sufferers

Change Europe, Solidarity with Greece
Greece protesters join Pride Flagbearers
Class War in Whitehall
Class War at the Savoy
Class War and End Austerity Now
End Austerity Now at Bank
‘3 Cosas’ at Royal College of Music
Climate Coalition Rally
Climate Coalition Mass Lobby
Support Saudi blogger Raif Badawi
New MPs Stand with Shaker
Magna Carta justice for Shaker Aamer
Close Yarls Wood, End Detention!
Cleaners International Justice Day
Voice for Justice UK Magna Carta Protest
Truth & Justice Magna Carta Day Protest
Staines celebrates Magna Carta

Police threaten Runnymede Magna Carta festival
Day Of Action For Candy Udwin
Dorney Walk

Ukrainian Vyshyvanka Embroidery march
Sikh freedom rally for Khalistan
Sikhs march for justice and freedom

Barking Creek
The Line – Sculpture Trail
G4S AGM Torture Protest
‘Mock the Opera’ protest at Kensington cuts
Virgin Health hide behind NHS Logo
Stop Closure of Aboriginal Communities

June Stats

 I don’t look at the stats for my web sites every month, but this is the first month that I’ve noticed an average of over 10,000 page views per day for >Re:PHOTO, which now accounts for 64% of traffic to my web sites. Next largest is My London Diary, which can be reached on at least 3 URLs, mylondondiary.co.uk, mylondondiary.uk and mylondondiary.com with a total for all three of 18%.
Most of the rest is for smaller sites with my work and a few which also have work by other photographers including the Urban Landscapes site.

 >Re:PHOTO blog
Visits in June 2015:         138,835
Page views June 2015:    324,731
Average views per day:     10,824


My London Diary : Buildings of London : River Lea/Lee Valley : London’s Industrial Heritage

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