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So… That was it. 365 days of underwater photography.

I have enough material to continue for another year, but I’ll take a break now. I will leave you with a photo that I haven’t posted before on the blog, but you might have seen it come by.
I’m proud to say that this one made it to be Editor’s Pick (and photo of the day) on Smithsonian magazine’s website and it’s still a featured image on the contest page.
I entered it in the 13th Annual Smithsonian photography competition. Let’s see how it’ll do.
Feel free in the mean time to like it, if you deem it worthy of your vote. They urge people these days to promote their images to be liked for a crowd vote. I’m not so much for “begging for votes”, but if you want, click the link and have at it 😉

Thanks for following me the past year, and check back here in a while.
Maybe I’ll do another year …

Yamasu's trinchesia on a soft coral branch

D800 in Ikelite housing, Tamron 90mm macro, ISO100, 1/250 sec @ f/22, 2 Ikelite strobes