Can’t Spell Google without “You”

Jamie and I make images from a precipice on my first trip to see Dead Horse Point, November 2002. Note that in this version, I faked the sky, since the original had very little tone in it.
Jamie and I make images from a precipice on my first trip to see Dead Horse Point, November 2002. Note that in this version, I faked the sky, since the original had very little tone in it.

Thinking about possible places to shoot on an upcoming trip to the desert, I noted that I have only been to Dead Horse Point a couple of times, usually in the middle of the day when the light was mediocre. Maybe, I thought, I could try to be there in the morning or evening. I decided to use Google to search for images of the place. I have a Google account, to which I was logged in, and when the results came back, it put my richardbarron.net images at the top of the list with a grey banner at the bottom of each with the word “you” in it.

I have to say that I think this kind of smart search is really cool. I'll also add that my images of Dead Horse Point are sorely lacking compared to some I found, and I'm going to try to remedy that.
I have to say that I think this kind of smart search is really cool. I’ll also add that my images of Dead Horse Point are sorely lacking compared to some I found, and I’m going to try to remedy that.
Addendum: 45 minutes after I posted this, the image I posted appeared in Google image search. Wow.
Addendum: 45 minutes after I posted this, the image I posted appeared in Google image search. Wow.

 

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