Wordless Wednesday: Our top 10 photos!

EKP is on the way to Philly for a mini-vaca so we thought we’d do something special for this week’s Wordless Wednesday. We went back into the archives and checked the click-throughs since EKP moved to WordPress last October.

So, for your viewing pleasure here are our Top Ten most popular photos that have been posted on EKP! Click on the photo to link to the corresponding post.

Enjoy, and we’ll see you when we get back!

NUMBER 10: This 60 foot canoe sculpture on the grounds of Buffalo's Albright-Knox Art Gallery just made it into your top ten.

NUMBER 9: The cliffs of Cannon Mountain in Franconia State Park are always beautiful. We're glad that our readers think so too!

NUMBER 8: A hike down to the Flume was a popular post, as was this shot of the covered bridge leading to the popular tourist attraction in Franconia State Park.

NUMBER 7: What can we say? Shanti Claus was a good sport to pose for Dan and Meena's Christmas Card.

NUMBER 6: It's no surprise that one of our most popular posts has the most photos in your top ten. Our urban hike to Nutts Pond in Manchester caused quite a stir. Here's part of the gloomy trail.

NUMBER 5: The second of three photos of our Nutts Pond hike made it to number 5. Here, Janelle explores some tags.

NUMBER 4: Nutts Pond makes it to number 4. There was a lot of interest in what the Manchester pond looks like now.

NUMBER 3: Tossing some M&M's from the top of Rock Rimmon in Manchester. We love this photo of Janelle and our neighborhood as well!

NUMBER 2: Nothing beats a good team shot at the trailhead. Here we all are about to head up Dickey-Welsh Mountain.

OUR NUMBER 1 MOST POPULAR PICTURE: Is anyone really surprised that a picture of Meena is the most popular shot? This was the cover shot of her 4,000 footer slide show Dan made for her Birthday. Way to make Number 1, Meena!

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