Yeah! The links appeared, and work!
One other quick thought: You don’t say why you took the photos. I have tens of thousands of photos that I took to show something, rather than for art. Lots of record shots. For instance, a niece was studying animation and expressed that she found animating horses to be a pain because it was hard to get the legs correct. I was at the Royal Winter Fair and they were running horses around in one of the rings. I set my camera to 5 fps and spent a few hundred frames tracking horses. None are artistic in the least, but they show exactly how the legs move, so they were valuable as a study tool.
There are many reasons for taking a photo, if you take a photo for one reason and it meets the need, don’t let someone tell you the photo is not good because it doesn’t meet their expectations in another context.