Post 1,000

Swamp Bottom

Today is the mark that I've been striving to reach since I first started this blog and I'm so excited to finally get here. Today is the 1,000th day in a row that I have posted a photo from somewhere in the state of Mississippi. October 31st will mark the last day that I will post a photo every day. Afer that I will still be posting photos but not as frequently. I have decided to give some more attention to my other types of photography as well as to my freelance web design business. It was very challenging to post a photo every day, both because of life sometimes getting in the way and also because I also want to make sure that the photos I post are worthy of being posted. I didn't just want to slap a photo up every day just for the heck of it, but rather put a photo up that I think people would genuinely enjoy.

Thanks for the support and I hope that it will continue as I strive to grow and learn in my photography and continue to deliver good images, heck maybe even great images!

By the way, this photo is from Lowndes County near the Tombigbee River where there sits a large swampy area that is usually full of water in the summer. I noticed the bright yellow plants that were growing and it made me want to pull the Jeep over and see if I couldn't get a good photo of them.

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