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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF LEBACKPACKER
35.5% of lebackpacker's followers are female and 64.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.90%. The average number of likes per post is 8867 and the average number of comments is 103.
23.47% of the followers that engaged with lebackpacker regularly are from United States, followed by France at 7.14% and Mexico at 6.12%. In summary, the top 5 countries of lebackpacker's posts engager are coming from United States, France, Mexico, Australia, Italy.
Lebackpacker loves posting about Photography, Travel, Adventure, Nature & Outdoors.
Check lebackpacker's audience demography. This analytics report shows lebackpacker'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 LEBACKPACKER
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF LEBACKPACKER
- Travel & Tourism 86.26 %
- Photography 82.23 %
- How-to & Style 51.54 %
- Technology & Science 47.43 %
- Art & Design 46.34 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 42.12 %
- Beauty & Fashion 41.76 %
- Sports 34.62 %
- Fitness & Yoga 32.22 %
- Entertainment 31.59 %
- Business & Careers 31.45 %
- Home & Garden 31.15 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF LEBACKPACKER
- United States 23.47 %
- France 7.14 %
- Mexico 6.12 %
- Australia 5.1 %
- Italy 4.08 %
Morning fog is nothing but cotton candy for photographers. #TheRatelAfricaTour
Back to some images from Africa! Here’s a favorite of mine taken just after sunset, on a full moon evening in Northern South Africa. On our way back to the camp we stumbled upon this big male lion. Although I had taken photographs of big cats all day long, I just couldn’t help myself but stop for another few minutes, and get this shot of the lion aligned with the rising full moon. Hope you’ll like it as much as I do :) Shot on @lexarmemory #ShotonLexar #LexarAmbassador
Here’s my last series of images from my recent trip in the Bavarian Alps a couple of weeks ago. As some of you know, a knee injury forced me to change my plans for this part of Germany at the last minute. Originally, the goal was to hike in the Karwendel sub-range. Gutted that my body wouldn’t be able to follow me on that multi-day hike, I asked my partners @zugspitzregion and @germanytourism what alternatives would be possible in order to still enjoy some views of the Karwendel and of the region around the Zugspitze in general. I’m glad I had two locals with me, Aljona and Sarah, as they were able to guide me to some epic spots in the region, all accessible by either car, cable car or by a short 20-min walk. No need to say I’m still not done yet with the German Alps, and I will have to plan a fifth visit as soon as possible to enjoy some proper hiking in the region. Hope you guys enjoyed those series from Germany. —- Series of images shot in Mittenwald + Karwendelbahn (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) and Eschenlohe (1, 2, 10). All taken for @germanytourism and @zugspitzregion. #EnjoyGermanNature #GermanyTourism #zugspitzregion #spitzenwanderweg
Despite being a very popular location, every time I’m in the German Alps I always try to make a stop in the areas around Garmisch-Partenkirchen, in the @zugspitzregion, and especially at the foot of Zugspitze where lies an insanely beautiful alpine lake: Eibsee. It is perhaps one of my favorites from the Alps and it never gets old. Actually, every visit there is different. One thing that I particularly enjoy is to return to a location multiple times, when the weather varies from one time to another. On my recent stay in Germany, I decided to go twice to Eibsee for sunrise, and twice to Riessersee. Not only did that allow me to get the perfect conditions I was hoping for, on my second trial, but it also blew my mind to see how a place can look so different - almost not recognizable at all - depending on the weather conditions. If you swipe left, you can see the lake Riessersee, with the Zugspitze in the background, shot from the same angle on two different occasions. Patience is key when photographing landscapes, and it’s rarely on the first shot that I get what I came for! —- Series of images shot at Eibsee (1, 4, 5, 7, 8) ; Riessersee (2) ; Garmisch (6) ; and from the top of Zugspitze (3, 4). All taken for @germanytourism and @zugspitzregion. #EnjoyGermanNature #GermanyTourism #zugspitzregion #spitzenwanderweg
Aaah, the Allgäu Alps in Bavaria, Germany! I was there in September 2017 already, during my #PeaksOfEurope trip. Back then, the weather forced me to shorten my stay in the area. Here’s what I wrote in my book about this part of the German Alps: “This mountain range is full of hidden gems that only the locals know about. My next trip in the Alps will definitely focus on these mountains.” Fast forward 2 years later and here I am again. On my last day there I was invited to a very special event in the Allgaü Alps: the #Viehscheid (also called Almabtrieb in the rest of Bavaria). On Wednesday 18/09 at 6am, I joined the Jörg family at their farm, while everyone was getting ready for the big day. So what is the Viehscheid all about? In September the cows and bulls are brought down from the lush mountain pastures to the valley and their winter quarters. Cattle drive is an event with a long tradition, which is enjoyed by locals and visitors. On that special day that happens once a year, the family wear the traditional Bavarian uniform. The loud bells around the necks of the beasts are designed to protect them from hostile demons and bring them safely down into the valley. The whole farm is joining the celebration! Even the goats and horses are being brought down into the valley. The Kranzrind (Crown Cow) has a very special role to play in the event. The chosen animal leads the herd and wears an elaborate headdress. The sound of bells announces the arrival of the herd, while spectators by the side of the path are in for a colourful treat. A massive thanks to the Jörg family for letting me join their special day as their photographer. Truly an unforgettable moment! —- Shot for @germanytourism and @bayern Landscape images taken on the Nebelhorn. Viehscheid images taken in Wertach. #EnjoyGermanNature #GermanyTourism #visitbavaria #TraditionallyDifferent
A collection of images that I shot over the last few months in India, France, South Africa and Germany, all taken on #HuaweiP30Pro. What they have in common is the amount of light that was available when I took these photos. Whether it was during blue hour before sunrise, or taken at night in the dark and narrow streets of Varanasi, India, the @huaweimobilefr P30 Pro really impressed me with its low-light abilities! Nothing to be surprised though, when the phone can shoot up to ISO 409,600. Though I personally prefer using the Pro mode and a longer shutter speed, putting my phone on a small tripod in order to get cleaner images (the first image with the rooftop tent was taken on a tripod at ISO 250!). #ad #HuaweiShot
A year ago, I posted on my other account @johanlolos a photo of a lion (swipe left to see it). For a reason I can’t explain, that image received a ridiculous amount of love, and that always puzzled me as I couldn’t explain why. Anyway, this lion was also the very first male lion I ever saw and photographed in the wild. It was back in January 2018 at @erindinamibia. It was an amazing yet a quite scary encounter as I wasn’t used at all to be so close to big predators like him. Two months ago, along with my friend @fnventer, we were tracking male lions at Erindi. FN took us to a nice spot where 2 male lions were resting. As soon as I started to take photos of them, I instantly recognized that same lion I had photographed 18 months earlier. How was it so obvious to me that it was the same guy, I’m not sure, but FN confirmed it when I showed him the photo I had taken the year before. Here is a new portrait of that lion that I took last July at Erindi. It was so cool to see him again! Until next time :)
I don’t think I will ever be able to forget that day where I sat and watched a herd of 40+ elephants coming out of the bush to drink in the Namibian section of the Okavango river. Hands down one of the most beautiful and emotional moments I had the chance to witness in my life. Here’s to more like this one in the near future! Shot on @lexarmemory #ShotonLexar #LexarAmbassador
Two hungry cheetah brothers on a hunt. Their sense of smell is crucial when it comes to hunting, as it is now believed that this big cat may possibly be able to identify and follow herds of its favorite prey by smelling them from over 5 km away. Shot at @andbeyondsandibe | @andbeyondtravel
Two emblems of Namibia together: the magnificent South African oryx aka gemsbok, and the Namib red sand dunes, near Sossusvlei. These dunes are amongst the biggest ones on Earth.
Encounters that one cannot forget. No matter how many big cats I have seen in the wild, each and every one of them will stay forever engraved in my memory. Hoping to have many more to come. This one is from an unforgettable afternoon spent in the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
“The best camera is the one you have with you” they say. This has never been more true than that afternoon at @erindinamibia, when I decided to have a coffee and edit some photos on my laptop by the viewing deck of the restaurant of the lodge. All my big professional cameras were left in my room while the batteries were charging, as I had very little hope to photograph anything good on that hot and bright afternoon. I was so wrong. Just out of nowhere came this family of elephants. Not only were they ultra cute (obviously!), but they were clearly moving towards the waterhole for a drink. On top of that, despite the fact it was still early in the afternoon, the light was surprisingly goodish. I didn’t have time to run to my room, so I used my #HuaweiP30Pro and took advantage of the 5x optical zoom to capture this beautiful moment. Gosh I love elephants so much. Definitely my favorite animals to watch. Can you relate? #HuaweiShot #ad @huaweimobilefr
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