I'm working on a services page for 'widgets'. An important part of the business is displaying an image gallery showing various adaptations or implementations. I set up each image with a caption option. The widgets have been handed to me without captions, so the caption defaults to the filename, widget.1.jpg, etc which is not overly meaningful.
A few might be green or yellow, some made out of metal or wood, but in effect the captions will not be overly unique. With the captions you'll see something like:
red wooden widget
yellow metal widget
On a page with 100 widgets you might see 'red wooden widget" repeated 10 times.
Q1: Although it is a natural way to describe each picture, might it be considered a spamming technique and incur G wrath?
Q2: Feedback? Better implementation ideas? floodgates open