Great work getting to this benchmark weight...now onwards into new unexplored lands.
Don't worry about not seeing big changes. They are happening, they tend to creep up on you suddenly. The mind can play tricks on you. They say that seeing is believing but as a magician I know that the opposite can be true as well. What we believe, is what we see. After I had lost my weight I was looking at some old photos of myself. All of them looked as if someone had stretched them out sideways. I showed them to my wife and she had the same experience. It was as if we were seeing the old me for the first time. Our minds were in denial of my weight back then and our brains had altered our view of me and made me look thinner.
I think that is why people were worried about me toward the end of my weight loss. They thought I was too skinny (the charts showed that I was at the conservative end of the range) and worried that I was becoming anorexic (no fear of that - love food too much). They were looking at my thinner face and remember the fatter one which was the "normal size" Kim to them.So their brain told them that I was too skinny.
I didn't take too many transistional photos of me. At the time I thought I looked fantastic. Now I look at them and can't tell that I lost much weight at all.
It's the clothes that are the great tells. I had a belt that every two weeks I'd have to put new holes in it so that they could still do the job. Retired it finally when I was in danger of wrapping it around my entire body twice. There's also the old clothes that you use to wear that you put quietly into the drawer because they were too tight, now do fit or are too big!
Looking forward to your photos and the many changes to come.