most of the searches make sense; they're for specific places, and I get hits because I have pictures of those places. but I get odder ones (all examples from the past couple days): "bleak bedrooms," "funny students," "making friends on amtrak," "$2.89," "pictures of poignantly," "drunk people falling down." that last one may very well led someone to a Wrigley Field or United Center photo.
sports ones included: "chicago wolves arena with fans," "mall of america field," "joe louis arena," "jerry uht park" (that's Erie, PA--I must be one of the only people with photos of Erie online, because it turns up a lot in searches), "buffalo memorial auditorium demolition," "secret stadium sauce" (I think that was Miller Park).
my Blackhawks home game photos, though I'm now about 10 games behind in posting them, are getting results: "united center blackhawks," "united center madhouse on madison," "united center lemonhead," "united center empty."
oh, and right before I started to belatedly write this post, a new post on Google Analytics at Hockey Night in Buffalo showed up, how about that? I promise to install that soon so I can give you something more entertaining. I also wanted a new Blackhawks winter hat to have a more fun photo than the one below, but either the style I want doesn't exist or they were out of it at the Blackhawks store this week...