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“Bliss” the Most Viewed Photograph in the World

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 19 - 2021

Most Viewed Photograph in the World

Most Viewed Photograph in the World



You must be familiar with the above photo. It is of course the photo of the default wallpaper for the Luna theme in Windows XP, and it’s the most used wallpaper for Windows PC user alls all of over the world. According to an online report, this photograph titled “Bliss” has been viewed by over one billion people around the world since it’s been published in 2002, and is the most viewed photograph to date.

But did you know that this photo was taken by a former National Geographic photographer named Charles O’Rear? Read the rest of this entry »

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