Today marks the one year anniversary of me putting up my very first daily photo. I had already been into my trip 9 months when I decided I had a large enough stock of photos to begin putting them up every day. The very first one was a shot I took from the plan when I arrived in Tarawa, Kiribati. I believe I was in Japan when I started it.
If you’ve been following along for a while now, you’ll notice a few things:
- I try not to have a country represented twice in a week. The exception to this is Australia because I was there for so long. It treat each Australian state as a country for this purpose.
- Not all the photos are artistic. Some are just snapshots of signs or other oddball things, which are often more informative.
- Sometimes (especially in the last week) I might be late in getting a photo up, but I make up for eventually. There were 2 days in June I missed, but I eventually went back and filled them in. Other times I have lined up a month in advance. I really should do that more often. It would make life easier on me.
- I had to take down the Lightbox plugin that showed the larger image on the screen because it would crash Internet Explorer. I hope to have it back up again soon. I’m coding all the photos so they will work going backwards.
I hope everyone has enjoyed the photos. It isn’t easy updating a website on the road every single day, but somehow I manage to do it.
Lets hope I can do 365 more.