Which Background Image Should I Use for My New Twitter Profile Page?

The news of the new Twitter profile pages broke this morning, and it’s been a fun day of trying to decide which image to use for my Twitter profile page over @claire.

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I’ve got a few potentials, but, as usual, suffer from being a wee bit indecisive.

Which do you like best?

1. Qatar, and a fort.

2. Taxis in NYC.

3. Reading in East Africa

4. Hennaed hands in Morocco

5. Art Museums in Sao Paolo, Brazil


So, which one should I use? And, have you set up your new Twitter profile page yet?


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20 thoughts on “Which Background Image Should I Use for My New Twitter Profile Page?

  1. Hi Claire, #5 Art Museums is enigmatic, iconic, and shows more of you. The others are narrower in focus, harder to understand, and don’t show ‘you’ clearly. You go, girl!

  2. I love the Henna Hands, however, I do agree that they are hippie. I personally think hippie is a good thing, but I guess it depends on the vibe you’re going for. 🙂 If no for the hands, then I also like #5 at the museum.

  3. I’m going to vote reading and museum, not necessarily in that order. Museums is good because it’s South America and shows you in all your fabulousness and also has a funny Early Spice Girls vibe. Reading is good because it’s….reading. And low key. The hands are too hippie and the taxi is too New York (unless you’ve moved to New York and didn’t tell me. You can’t have a New York picture unless you really live in New York. ) The fort is somewhere in the middle.