Littlemycph's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics



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36.6% of littlemycph's followers are female and 63.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.40%. The average number of likes per post is 666 and the average number of comments is 22.

16.54% of the followers that engaged with littlemycph regularly are from Japan, followed by Denmark at 14.96% and Germany at 11.02%. In summary, the top 5 countries of littlemycph's posts engager are coming from Japan, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy.

Littlemycph loves posting about Photography, Architecture, iPhone, Nature & Outdoors, Travel, Art.

Check littlemycph's audience demography. This analytics report shows littlemycph'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.

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36.6 %
63.4 %


  • Photography 80.19 %
  • Travel & Tourism 77.55 %
  • Technology & Science 69.06 %
  • Art & Design 65.60 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 41.16 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 38.75 %
  • Home & Garden 35.61 %
  • Business & Careers 32.61 %
  • Music 32.21 %
  • Movies and TV 32.11 %
  • Books and Literature 31.59 %
  • Luxury Goods 30.51 %


  • Japan 16.54 %
  • Denmark 14.96 %
  • Germany 11.02 %
  • France 6.3 %
  • Italy 5.51 %


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Happiest birthday to my photo girlfriend 💛 @anneoesterby . . . . The day is all yours - have fun. Thanks for all the fun the past year. I look forward to many more fun photo trips in the year to come with all our props 🎈☂️ #birthdaygirl #architecturelovers #shotoniphone #communityfirst

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Happy Birthday Instagram 🎈 Since downloading Instagram 8 years ago, I have taken thousands of pictures, experienced so many great things and have met so many inspiring creative people from all over the world. But the main reasons why I still love the app is because of the people I have met on online and in real life. It all started when I attended my first Instameet in Nordhavn on a cold January morning in 2013 since when I have attended numerous Instawalks in Denmark and abroad. Kevin Systrom and co. created a social media platform with an emphasis on photo craftsmanship by encouraging its users to create visual compelling content. But the founders also cared for its core photo communities by encouraging people to attend physical WorldWideInstamet and create content which included tenets as #communityfirst . The internet is by definition not a friendly place but by bringing together a photo-loving online community in real life was an excellent tactic for a social network. It proved successful for me. Some of the photo-loving people, I have met I can now call real friends. It is no understatement to say that Instagram has been the most defining app of the past decade for me as it has shaped my life both when I use the app, and when I don't. Today the independence and innocent that characterised Instagram in the very beginning is all gone as the acquisition by Facebook has turned it into a million-dollar advertising business. However, the relationships created with real people - are still there and will hopefully last forever. Swipe to say Hej to the community And to the rest of you I have met here. You were in my thought when I browsed though my feed earlier today. #instagram #photocommunity 1) @thmsbille in Dessau 2) @vincelsl in Aarhus 3) @_akisato_ in Tokyo 4) @konaction in Berlin 5) @fotomaedchen in Berlin 6) @anneoesterby in Liége 7) @gittestark in Copenhagen 8) @alexandrabode in Berlin 9) @pepelobe in a field outside of Copenhagen 10) @astridkbh in Hamburg

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the cheese house . . . . #hellofrom @visitaalborg the city at the Northern Jutland with great art and architecture. The picture is from a previous trip to the town in May when the building was closed. If you haven’t visited the city yet, I can highly recommend it. Not only to see this iconic architectural landmark named by the locals, the cheese ’ost’ 🧀 by well-known @coophimmelblau_wolfprix but also because of several other art venues, great food places and the laidback atmosphere. #baredanmark #visitaalborg #shotoniphone

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it’s time to say goodbye to Summer . . . . Autumn has officially started, and I am excited as it one of of my favourite seasons of the year. Now it is time to say goodbye to the light evenings and warm weather. Like everyone, I also spent my summer in Denmark with incredible weather and have plenty of memories from the vacation. But one of the memorable moments were from this magnificent sunrise early in the morning. Time spent near the water is the secret of happiness. #shotoniphone #sunrisephotography #baredanmark #summervibes

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foggy weather this morning . . . . New constructions at Nordhavn will soon be seeing the daylight. But this morning a thick layer of fog hung over the construction cranes and reminded us all about that the autumn season is approaching. #shotoniphone #visitcopenhagen #københavn #mistymorning

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my brutalist darling . . . One of London's finest brutalist architecture, the National Theatre designed by architect Denys Lasdun has been under a lot of controversies since the opening in 1976. Prince Charles dismissed the new cultural flagship as looking like a 'nuclear power station.' A remarkable comment considering that London is home to some of the most prominent brutalist buildings. If you go, you should consider to add it on on your brutalist's bucket list along with the Trellic Tower, Center Point (at Tottenham Court Road), The Barbican Estate, and the Brunswick Centre. I have been visiting all the places on numerous occasions but would still love to get inside the buildings. #brutalism #concretelove #visitlondon #shotoniphone

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Is it safe to travel now? . . . I have safely been exploring Lisbon for six days where I wasn’t afraid of any potentially deadly encounters with friendly people who might infect me as Lisbon lacked the absence of tourists and the locals had gone on holidays. And those I encountered took all the necessary precautions of practising social distance and wore face-covering everywhere indoor. Instead, I had a unique experience seeing the beautiful city without any tourism boom. #shotoniphone #lisbon #lisboa #visitportugal #safetravel

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The jewel of the Expo site . . . . #hellofrom Lisbon On my bucket list of places to visit in Lisbon was The Expo ‘98 Site for its architectural legacy. The mega-event brought massive investment to Lisbon’s ageing city. Twenty years after you would have hoped that everything looked razor-sharp, but I must admit it was a rather sad feeling walking around the site as there were hardly any people out on a sunny Friday instead you were left alone in an empty city surrounded with gigantic unfriendly steel constructions. My love for train stations got even more saddened when I arrived at Calatrava’s iconic Oriente station built for The Expo event. The steel construction was poorly maintained despite only 22 years of age. The photo is in front of the Pavilhão de Portugal - Expo 98 by Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza Vieira - the jewel of the site. #shotoniphone #visitlisbon #lisboacool #expo98

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Hotel stories from Lisbon . . . Shortly before my trip, I booked a four-day stay at the hotel Cosmopolitan Esquina Lodge on R. de Madalena. The hotel is in a great location for everything from restaurants, tram number 28 to coffee places. Sweet hotel staff welcomed me, and they were very helpful with lots of useful insider tips. But I especially loved the magnificent view of the city from the balcony in my hotel room and had lots of fun taking pictures of the curtains in room 42 in the morning, when I had my siesta and at sunset 📸 #esqinacosmopolitanlodge #lisboa #visitportugal #portugal #shotoniphone

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In the city of the mustard-yellow trams . . . Travel update: Back in Marts, I had booked a trip to Lisbon, but the travel bans made me postpone my journey to a new date as I wasn’t entitled to a refund. In Marts, I had not imagined that the coronavirus 🦠 would still be around in late summer. However, Portugal opened for tourists in August as the Portuguese people have obeyed the confinement measures and helped Portugal manage its coronavirus outbreak. And I could visit the city and share an iconic photo of the yellow trams that have been in service since the 1930s. If you visit Lisbon jump on the mustard -yellow Tram number 28 that connects Martim Moniz with Campo Ourique, and passes through the famous tourist districts of Graca, Alfama, Baixa and Estrela. The trip takes 1 1/2 hours, and you will see the city in slow motion through the open windows of the tram. I tried it today, and it was great fun 🚋 #visitportugal #trams #lisboa #lisboacool

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miro’s red fire . . . One of the places of interest to see in Palma is the Pilar and Juan Miro Foundation where Miro worked from 1956 until his death in 1983. The foundation houses three unique buildings that constitutes one of the most interesting buildings in Majorca. It covers a beautiful workshop, another more low key building that Miro used as his second studio and the main building from 1992, where you can discover the art of Miro’s work. It is very interesting to walk around the exhibition and the studios to discover the place where he lived and worked for almost 30 years. Despite I have never been a huge fan of his well-known paintings I fall in love with his drawings and in particular his sculptures. It is definitely a great choice for architecture lovers to visit - and I had to wear my red dress for the visit to match Miro’s color palette. Swipe through the album to get a glimpse into the world of Miro. #somewheremagazine #beatifuldestinations #stayandwander #myfeatureshoot #mytinyatlas #friendsinperson #thecoolhunter #ignant #vsco #doyouskrwt #traveldeeper #peoplecreatives #tappancollector

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What moves you? . . . . The sea power fascinates me, and after spending most of my two weeks of summer vacation at the beach or in the water, I have thought about picking up a new water sport activity while still practicing winter bathing . But should it be diving, paddle boarding or fishing? Any 💭 . . . #shotoniphone #visitspain #mallorcaisland #summervibes


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