I posted about this when the baby was 15 weeks old, link. He's 10.5 months old now and still eating just as often. Yesterday I wrote down every feed, and there were 25 breast feedings in a 24 hour period, including 2 night wakings. Nearly all of the feeds were about 5 minutes long, and only on one breast.
I also give the baby three meals a day of solid foods, although he doesn't eat much at breakfast. We've done baby led solids since he was 6 months, and he was feeding himself finger foods from the start and will eat pretty much anything I give him (which is fabulous!).
I hear about how other babies nurse less frequently as they get older. Babies that only nurse before nap and bedtimes, stuff like that. It's been 10.5 months. Everywhere I go, I'm feeding him. I can't grocery shop without feeding him. I can't go for a walk without feeding him while I'm walking down the street. He's never taken a bottle. I've tried introducing a cup, but we haven't made much progress on that, and I don't think it would be wise to try giving him bottles at this point.