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Posistion 0 is the one I am looking at that shows 52 shares and 0 views on my account. I was maing sure that was the one you were looking at as well. When you said 5 shares 10 views. If so, it doesn't seem we can trust the information we are given too much.
It's not the number of shares, if you posted it on facebook it is the number of people that "liked" it when you posted it. I posted one a couple days ago and watched the number change as people "liked" it.
The Facebook icon and number on the left of your page (below your bio) is the number of folks that have liked your whole gallery (profile)... under a particular image though are the ones that liked that particular image (or post of your image). That's how it works for me anyways.
I posted an image a few days ago, a handful of people liked the post (though few actually clicked through) and those likes translated to the number under the image.
The same goes for pinterest - I have over 1600 pins of one image in particular. 1600 people did not personally go to my image's page to pin it. Repins account for the increase in number so quickly. Same concept with facebook.
The facebook # includes initial likes/posts, plus the number of other people liking, sharing, & commenting on those posts, plus links to it in comments on other stories. (Just yesterday I included a link in a comment on a previously posted link, and the counts for both pages went up one.)