This is it. Ten years worth of daily images is over. I don't know how to thank you for supporting me over the years. It's been a challenging, fun, rewarding, at times exhausting but overall incredible journey. And I couldn't have done it without you.
This site and the archive remains. I also uploaded the full archive to a new flickr account which is a much more visual way to browse through the images, organized in sets for each of 10 years. It'd be great if I can tag all the images to make finding images easier, but that will take some major time.
But this is not a goodbye post. And I'm not quitting posting images. Far from it. I just won't be doing it daily. I'll be posting bigger and better images from now on.
An over/under water split level image of beautiful crimson red waratah anemones in a rock pool at low tide. What I really love about over/under photographs is that it gives the underwater element a sense of place. For the viewer it marries the underwater environment with our own familiar world. It links the unknown with the known. (Photo and caption by Matt Smith/National Geographic Photo Contest) (Nature)