There once was an online photo-hosting service called Panoramio. I never used it much, but I liked it because it had the ability to link one's photos directly to googlemaps – the photos could be geolocated, and seen by others.
I only ever had a total of 19 photos hosted on Panoramio, but I liked that they were there. I considered them among my best photos, and each photo was "viewed" by Panoramio users 20,000-30,000 times.
Well, Panoramio is closing down. It was long ago acquired by google, and finally google got tired of it. They've got some other thing they would rather users use that presumably offers similar functionality, but it's part of their social network dumpster fire, which I have no interest in.
Here, for posterity, are the 19 photos I had on Panoramio – now saved on my server, but of course the active geolocation is turned off. I have had to remove the Panoramio slideshow widget from my blog's sidebar, since it no longer works.
Casa de los Amigos, Mexico City (where I lived and worked, 1986-87), taken 2007
Pirámide de la Luna, desde Pirámide del Sol, Teotihuacán, taken 2007
My truck's front license plate, Sentinal, North Dakota, taken 2007
Mad River Beach, Arcata, California, taken 2007
문화초등학교, Goyang, Gyeonggi, taken 2008
링구아포럼어학원, Goyang, Gyeonggi, taken 2008
정발산역 입구1번, Goyang, Gyeonggi, taken 2008
Geumchon, Paju, Gyeonggi, taken 2008
Welcome to Goyang, Gyeonggi, taken 2008
밤에 호수공원, Goyang, Gyeonggi, taken 2009
Port Saint Nicholas Road, Craig, Alaska, taken 2009
Emerson, Manitoba, taken 2009
연주대, Gwanak, Gyeonggi, taken 2010
금산사, Jeonju, Jeollabuk, taken 2010
Sakurajima, Kagoshima, taken 2010
무등산으로 등산, Gwangju, Jeollanam, taken 2010
Millaa Millaa, Queensland, taken 2011
Namsan Sunset, Itaewon, Seoul, taken 2012
Hugok, Goyang, Gyeonggi, taken 2012
[daily log: walking, 6.5km]