Merry Christmas to All My PFRE Friends Around The World

December 23rd, 2010

One of my biggest pleasures in doing this blog is meeting (virtually speaking) so many like minded people from such diverse backgrounds and locations. During this special season I’d like to extend special wishes and encouragement to PFRE pioneers Babs Akinnagbe, in Nigeria, Jaak Nilson in Tartu, Estonia, Andrey Khrolenok in Moscow, Leandro, in Argentina, Bruce in Cape Town, South Africa, Sylvia in San Jose, Costa Rica  and Ricardo Araujo of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil along with the thousands of PFRE readers in the US, CA, AU and EU. The PFRE blog is now averaging 28,000+ visitors a month and 60,000 page views a month. In the last year the PFRE blog has moved from #29 in the top 50 photography blogs to #19. Thanks for everyones support.

Here’s wishing the whole PFRE community a very Merry Christmas and Happy, prosperous New Year!

I was interested to see that the term Merry Christmas is far more culturally significant English speaking world than Happy Holidays. Here is the proof.

And what is more, Rudolph is the most popular of Santa’s Raindeer. Here is the proof for that. No surprise here.

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