Sierramcmurry's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SIERRAMCMURRY
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 10.70%. The average number of likes per post is 181 and the average number of comments is 12.
62.22% of the followers that engaged with sierramcmurry regularly are from United States, followed by United Kingdom at 8.89% and Canada at 4.44%. In summary, the top 5 countries of sierramcmurry's posts engager are coming from United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Venezuela, Brazil.
Sierramcmurry loves posting about Nature & Outdoors, Photography, Architecture, Travel.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SIERRAMCMURRY
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF SIERRAMCMURRY
- United States 62.22 %
- United Kingdom 8.89 %
- Canada 4.44 %
- Venezuela 3.33 %
- Brazil 1.11 %
*GIVEAWAY** for healthcare workers and their fans. This giveaway is our small way of saying THANK YOU to our amazing healthcare workers. There will be TWO winners : One healthcare worker and the person who nominated them. Of course if you’re in healthcare you can tag yourself and a fellow worker! Pieces donated by the lovely artists: @fireandthemoon @hallevsmith @sierramcmurry @thearrowleaf How to enter: -Like this post -Follow each artist -In the comments on @sierramcmurry ‘s post (this one!) tag a healthcare worker you are proud of (tag as many as you would like in separate comments) We will choose one pair. (Each winner will receive a piece of jewelry and a print) Get your nominations in by Thursday by the end of the day, we will draw the winning duo Friday morning! 🎉 (photos in this post are of the two prints and two pieces of jewelry included in this giveaway & USA only pls!)
Just trying to find some peace in our own backyard.
Some more shots from exploring the frozen creek off a nearby trail. ❄️
Escaped to some cedar forests much farther north 🇨🇦
Best proven way to help fight those seasonal blues 🐬
I spent a little bit of time watching Stella work in her studio. She moves so confidently with her work and places brush strokes gracefully. There wasn’t a question in her mind about her placement or her colors. It all flowed beautifully right out of her. We talked about heartbreaks, healing, and our life passions. All three are inspiration for her current piece. I feel so grateful to get a small glimpse of such a powerful woman producing magic right out of her heart. ✨
Getting in those last warm days before Montana winter truly gets here.
The Missions were as beautiful as ever today.
Last little bit of fall holding on in the canyon.
Climbing at sunset before the screaming barfies set in and everyone’s gotta run to the truck for warmth. #montanaiscold
You know it’s perfect Montana bouldering season when you top out on a foot of snow. It may be cold but going out with these goobers is always worth it. ❄️
In the past few weeks I have had quite a few moments with the women in my life where we end up connecting and sharing over experiences that seem to be very idiosyncratic to being a femme/woman. Connecting over stories of bad dates, losing close female friendships, trauma, and pain. All of these things are universal to any human experience but there are eccentricities with these life experiences for femmes/women. Going on bad dates where the man makes comments on your body whether it being a shape he likes or a shape he doesn’t. Even sharing an experience of men not wanting to continue to date because you’re stronger or smarter than him. Worse are dates where you feel unsafe in your body and uncomfortable throughout the entire experience only counting down the time till you’re home. Losing female friendships due to this idea that all women should be competing against each other. That we should be in an arms race against each other competing for male acceptance or just the chance to feel equal. And then there are the moments of trauma for femmes/women. Sharing what it feels like to be carrying around this body that is policed and attacked for what is represents and all it has to offer. The pains and loss we all experience as femmes/women. Though these unique aspects of being a femme/woman can be challenging and heartbreaking at times, it also comes with a lot of beauty. We get to walk through the world with a special view, a view of all the beauty that can come from loss. The release and joy that comes from healing trauma and what it feels like to keep moving forward afterwards. But most importantly, the depth of love you can experience in relationships and friendships. The femmes/women in my life have made me who I am. They’ve taught me how to love, how to let go, and how to keep moving forward. Though we may share despair, we also share joy and light and even power. This photo series is about how fucking awesome femme/women are. It’s about how much we have to survive and how powerful we are. It is about how we get to choose how our bodies are seen and how these bodies get to move through the world.
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