I posted one of my photos of Julia Donaldson recently. I was thinking about when I've searched for my work online (photographers have to keep track of their images), and she always appears on page one. So I wanted to post three of my most Google-friendly* shots.
For the past four years (at least), when I search my name, the image that's usually on the top line is (a version of) astronaut Tim Peake:
As for viral, one photo from a set I took of War Horse's star, Joey, among the poppies at the Tower of London (Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red) has been everywhere, with thousands of shares and likes on Facebook**:
Finally (drum roll...) my most "shared" photo is from 2006 of two Sphynx cats, Dream-maker and Felicity. They are not only beautiful, but they appear to be kissing. As such, it wins the Internet most days:
*By 'Google-friendly', I usually mean shared. And by shared, I mean infringed, a euphemism for stolen.
**Alas, the value of a picture credit is zero.