First off, thank you to everyone who's taken the time to visit the site, comment on pictures, "like" them on Facebook and generally interact with this project. It's been a great experience.
While this whole PotD exercise has gone on longer than 200 days (actually, closer to 300 all told), it's only been in 2010 where we've held some serious consistency and commitment. The Photo Quote of the Day actually began way back in August of last year! As a matter of fact, in two days, this site will celebrate its one year anniversary. In 21 days, we'll reach a milestone 200 Photos of the Day. Three weeks, folks.
To celebrate the 200th Photo of the Day, let's have a little fun. Click on over to the Gallery (HERE), look through the vast collection and vote for your favorite pictures by clicking the green thumbs-up icon in the upper right hand corner (shown here).
There's no limit on number of photos for which you can vote, but you can only vote once for each image.
Then, post a comment here on the blog on this post (or comment on the post on Facebook) with the name of your favorite image (limit one). Just copy and paste the image name with date in your comment.
On the day after the 200th post, I'll randomly draw a winner from the folks who have taken the time to post his or her favorite and send out an 8x10 canvas wrap version of the noted image to that lucky person ($85 value!).
Then, I'll tally up the votes over in the gallery and give an 8x10 canvas wrap of the picture with the most votes to a second randomly drawn commenter.
So, visit, vote, comment, win.
Thanks for visiting over the last soon-to-be 200 posts!
(Open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia and who are at least 18 years of age/or the age of majority in their state of residence whichever is greater, as of the date of entry. Void elsewhere and where prohibited by law.
No purchase or payment necessary. A purchase or payment does not increase your chances of winning. Because of shipping costs and the various laws in various countries, it's impractical and impossible for me to offer this contest to my international friends. My apologies! You are all welcome to vote and comment, though, which would be greatly appreciated, of course!)