Dilettalegowo's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF DILETTALEGOWO
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 6.30%. The average number of likes per post is 102 and the average number of comments is 6.
43.66% of the followers that engaged with dilettalegowo regularly are from Australia, followed by Indonesia at 21.13% and United States at 9.86%. In summary, the top 5 countries of dilettalegowo's posts engager are coming from Australia, Indonesia, United States, Philippines, Korea.
Dilettalegowo loves posting about Photography, Nature & Outdoors, Travel.
Check dilettalegowo's audience demography. This analytics report shows dilettalegowo's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR DILETTALEGOWO
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF DILETTALEGOWO
- Australia 43.66 %
- Indonesia 21.13 %
- United States 9.86 %
- Philippines 5.63 %
- Korea 2.82 %
Didn't come with Emperor Qin Shi Huang's tomb #terracotta
"In 1982, the controversial "Dolphin Fountain" was installed at the northern end of the lake adjacent to the Mound in the Fitzroy Gardens. At the time, its suitability for the site came under close public scrutiny. The fountain, by sculptress June Arnold consists of a pyramid of granite boulders upon which are mounted assorted sea creatures - dolphins, octopus, crabs, sea birds, sea horses, starfish, turtles and shrimps. Wealthy benefactors Dinah and Henry Krongold donated $30,000 towards the construction of the fountain, and their contribution is acknowledged on a plaque inscribed with their names. The architectural consultants were Perrott, Lyon and Mathieson." (fitzroygardens.com)
We have a yogi in residence at work, and we get to meditate in the art gallery at lunch 2x week. @sparkdeakin @daizymaan @madeleine.bong @eleanorharel 🙏🏼✨ #livingmybestlife
Melbourne will rain for the next five days. I will be reminiscing about this bit of sun on my face. Photographed by @lorenzomvillar.
Nyantai (Photographed by @lorenzomvillar #mamiya)
A recent sunny Sunday 🍹
🤓 Participating in creative work in a different way: I did a fun thing with @frankiemagazine recently (current issue, out now) snaps by @brihammond styling @skalagas and @caitlinwynne
🙈 Saving the best trip photos for last. 🎵 Sound on for lols on the first video. "Help me..."
#Jamu (traditional herbal drink, mixed on the spot based on your needs, mine was mostly turmeric), mandatory gudeg, kopi luwak/coffee processed in civet shit, ayam goreng/fried chicken in a rice field, mandatory KFC where we discovered the geniuses in Indonesia concocted a KFC congee (rice porridge with KFC chicken #micdrop 🎤), and a market vendor on Malioboro St.
Earlier in April, @o.m.m.__ and I were very lucky to stay with @amataborobudurresort in the Borobudur area near Yogyakarta. Our lovely hosts at the resort helped arrange a tour of the local villages for us. One of the most memorable spots was a steamy traditional tofu making factory. Every day, they grind raw soybeans into a paste using a machine, boil the paste in a vat, sieve the boiled soy paste to separate the pulp* (good way to get real muscly), they add vinegar to coagulate the milk (separating the soy curds from whey), drain the curds and places them in molds. In the next room, the women use gigantic woks to fry the tofu before packaging to sell to the market vendors. We purchased a bag and tried some fresh soy milk. Yum. Good oestrogen fix. *the pulp is sold to farms to feed the livestock 🐮
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