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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF ALEXHOPES
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 17.90%. The average number of likes per post is 1916 and the average number of comments is 43.
53.49% of the followers that engaged with alexhopes regularly are from United States, followed by Philippines at 3.49% and Guatemala at 3.49%. In summary, the top 5 countries of alexhopes's posts engager are coming from United States, Philippines, Guatemala, Mexico, Switzerland.
Alexhopes loves posting about Travel, Architecture, Photography, Nature & Outdoors.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR ALEXHOPES
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF ALEXHOPES
- United States 53.49 %
- Philippines 3.49 %
- Guatemala 3.49 %
- Mexico 3.49 %
- Switzerland 2.33 %
It’s a dirty job, being a dog photographer, but I can’t imagine a life doing anything else. My favorite moment in my profession is one that is highly predictable, and when I’m photographing a puppy, it happens without fail. It’s this shot, where I’m on my stomach, photographing a goofy puppy while it’s running right at my camera. Unlike a mature dog, the puppy doesn’t stop. And when it gets to my face there’s a magnificent celebration of licks and tail wags taking place in the small area between my chin and the ground. It’s in this moment that I know my passion has been rewarded, and I can feel the happiness in my soul. 🤗 ___ Thanks to @krackenberger for capturing this wonderful moment 🙏
A big stone, three sticks and a few twigs are what it took to make the “tripod” for this photo. . This is our family (minus one @zevagramz, who will soon rejoin the pack). We’re animal lovers, adventurers and dreamers. And we dream of the day when we can have the land and the location for our BnB dog sanctuary, a place where you are all welcome to come and visit. . Michele will make you an amazingly delicious, hearty breakfast and I’ll take a picture of your dog. By this time our pack will have increased by 6 (at least) and the only way you’re making it on the property is if you present old man Sid with a biscuit. . In the ever-changing landscape of life, our minds are on the goal, the future, the dream. And now that I’ve made this post, there’s accountability. 🤗 . Thanks for following along on our journey. Hopefully you’ll be sipping coffee in our breakfast nook someday soon. ✌️
Baby boi Sid is turning 10(!!) in October. . With age, he’s been achy and his eyesight is deteriorating. Making the decision to bring him on hikes is often not as easy as of a decision as I wish that it were. . Little Sid loves to hike and he’s so good at staying on the trail and sticking with us. He seems to have no trouble whatsoever when it comes to climbing the mountain, or stopping for a periodic regal pose (photos for proof). . It’s the coming down that’s the issue. It’s hard on his little legs and hard on his worn-out elbow joints. . But Sid’s love for the hike and his sensational poses are what will keep him coming with. And my love for the Sidster will be the reason my pack is 30lbs heavier coming down. 🥰
They say the more facial expressions a dog has, the more domesticated they are. . I’m sure that if you traced Sid’s lineage back, you’d find generations of dogs who were pioneers in human manipulation. . He gets me Every. Single. Time.
Name a cuter dog sidecar dog, I’ll wait.
One thing I notice when posing my pack, is their obvious desire to be doing something else. @zilkerbark
We’re so lucky to live in an age where dogs think we’re cool. ❤️
There are easily 200k photos in my digital library. Photos dating back to when I first picked up a camera in 2013. . Many of those images were produced for work, and many were simply to document my life. The photos for pleasure have often been put in the back burner as work has taken priority. . Every now and again I’ll start to do some poking into the photos I forgot, photos like this one. . I remember the moment, but vaguely remember the taking the picture. (And I definitely don’t remember Polly standing on Sid’s tail... haha) . I tell myself I’ll go back through all of these photos one day, maybe when I’m retired, and what an emotional experience that will be! . You don’t have to be a professional photographer to document your life. And no one will capture the memories in the way that you will. So snap away! Make your dog a freaking Instagram! And remember that one day you’ll have the time to reminisce and appreciate all of the moments you thought you forgot. ✌️
Colorado leaf peepin’ has been a bucket since I got into photography. Safe to say it didn’t disappoint. . Maroon Bells is spectacularly beautiful, but heavily trafficked. It was a challenge to take a photo and not get 10 people in the shot. . We’ll be here for a bit longer and I’m excited to hit some more primitive spots. But not so primitive that I don’t encounter a dog or two! Nature is pretty, but put a dog in the shot and it’s a whole new conversation! 😉
One year ago today I picked up a little Polly dog from a rescue in Chicago. . At the time, her name was Whistler and her face was always smiling. Since her adoption Polly has only gotten sweeter. . It was probably crazy and irresponsible of me to bring a third dog into our pack, but the joy she’s added to our lives has been immeasurable. . Dogs are the best, and Polly is a great one. Happy “Gotcha Day” lil p. 🤗 @littlepollydog
Me & baby boy Sid, almost exactly 5yrs ago! . I remember spending a good portion of my childhood pleading with my parents to let us get a dog. They compromised by letting me get a series of pets: lizards, a hedgehog, fish, scorpions... But it never satisfied the desire of owning a dog. . I remember treating my lizards like dogs. The last day I saw them, I took them for a “walk” on the tree in my yard. Needless to say, my recall attempts were in vain and I could do nothing but watch my best friends scurry up the tree never to be seen again. . Sid came into my life when I was 22yrs old. My first dog, and a MAJOR learning experience. I like to think of Sid as my guardian angel. He’s helped to get me through some very difficult times, and he’s helped shape me as a person. . I just hope that when it’s all said and done, Sid can say I did a good job being his dad. . Here’s to dogs! And the seemingly endless supply of unconditional love that they provide.
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