I felt proud when I saw that this image was used by Flickr as the lead picture to illustrate the Flickr333 party on their news blog. This has made it my most viewed picture on Flickr to date by a long shot - already 1100+ views. For a flickerite for whom 30 views for a picture is more normal this is a big deal even though I know the A-list flickrists get 1k views per picture and much more on a regular basis.
I was happy with how this picture came out, taken with my new Rebel and the bargain 50mm f1.8 'standard' lens. I was happy because 'documentary' is not my usual style (as regular visitors will know already, I have obsessions with the static - parked cars, bridges, etc.). I was happy because the room was filled with hundreds of photographers with high-end equipment all snapping away and then posting to flickr and yet this image got chosen to be featured. As I said, it's not a big deal but it's little moments like this that make you think 'I must be doing something right' and I will embrace them when I can as fuel to get through the more usual rejections.