To be fair, unless you're at a paid level, I'd be reluctant to rely on any photo service - advertising's such a tenuous means of scraping out an income. That said, somehow or other, Flickr offers either 1TB or unlimited space for free (ad supported, natch), or there are paid accounts available, which also come with the nice perk of full stats on everything. Plus, there are a lot of relevant communities for all manner of photographic subjects - add a photo to one or two of them, and you can begin getting people to look at your work routinely. (In my case, that's primarily Bunny Lovers Unite, plus sometimes Springwatch et al)
I can, of course, not read "St Weonard" without hearing it in Peter Cook's voice (Princess Bride time).
I mainly take photos- apart from snaps of grandchildren of course- in order to post them on Wikimedia Commons. That's my showcase. I don't get any money out of it- but enjoy seeing my work turning up on other people's websites...
Ah, Princess Brride. They don't make 'em like that any more!
I did not think of posting photos to Wikipedia. Good idea.
Wikimedia of course- with an M.
I've a very large archive of work stashed with them- and people do use it. I find my pictures cropping up on all sorts of websites.
Don't delete your pics - just uncouple onedrive from your own PC and save stuff down to your own PC.
Thanks. I didn't know I could do that.