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Old 11-08-2017, 08:59 AM
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I mostly take pictures around my house, or of my kids and their friends, outdoors or onstage. Here's a couple recent ones:







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Old 11-08-2017, 09:25 AM
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I mainly take pictures of nature and critters..... I posted a couple of these in another thread but I repost them here with some additions

Eddy the Elk



Eddy and Erick



Franny Fox



Martin Martin





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Hi Magirus, the shot of the Cloisters is very atmospheric. I always feel this area of any cathedral is the place of the greatest 'feeling'.
Here are a few from your neck of the woods.

Interesting shots of the Angel there Ozzy, although I've seen lots of shots of it I've never seen one from above before! Thanks for posting them. Lots of good shots in here, I do like seeing different places.
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Grandkids and kids are down visiting and my sweet little Norah mesmerized looking down below from the top floor of our lanai.

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I am a very amateur photographer. My grandfather was a serious hobbyist (built a darkroom in his basement) and my mother had a successful wedding photography career until I came around. Most of my favorite photos I've taken were completely accidental, as I don't always know what I'm doing.


Eastern Montana from an Amtrak train in 2011


Barn in Bridgewater, NH


Hidden Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana


Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington DC
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Chocolate Drops in Canyonlands NP. Not something you can get to in the family wagon.

Chocolate Drops by Paul Leach, on Flickr
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Canyonlands and the other great parks in southern Utah are on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing!
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Canyonlands and the other great parks in southern Utah are on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing!
You're welcome!

I had an experience at Hidden Lake in Glacier NP on a crystal blue day in August 1977 that was an important part of my decision to move west. There's a photo somewhere that I took with a Kodak Instamatic
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I had an experience at Hidden Lake in Glacier NP on a crystal blue day in August 1977 that was an important part of my decision to move west. There's a photo somewhere that I took with a Kodak Instamatic
Hidden Lake is one of my favorite places on earth. I was in Glacier for 4 days, and walked up there to have breakfast everyday. Got to be pretty good friends with this guy:

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Chrysler building



Mowing the lawn on the roof of the Australian Parliament building, Canberra.



A face on the roof of the Pantheon, Rome.



Florence



Springbrook Falls, QLD



Bryce Canyon - According to Ebenezer Bryce, it's a "helluva place to lose a cow."



This is a wing from an Airbus A380 (before all the trimmings are attached). The arrow (top left) points to a wing from an Airbus A320 (Equivalent to Boeing 737).
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Ok, why are my photos not showing up? Using good links from IMGUR, and using the 'insert image", and have the 'IMG' and '/IMG' things in place.

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From my June Alaska vacation, hope you can see them, as I can't see them in this forum from work:



















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Ok, why are my photos not showing up? Using good links from IMGUR, and using the 'insert image", and have the 'IMG' and '/IMG' things in place.
Hi mike, I followed your link but could only see one pic of a mountain range - and a very nice one it is.

If you right click the image in Imgur and select 'copy image address' then paste this into the insert image field here it will work (I tried it and previewed and it worked fine but didn't think it fair to show it under my name).
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Ok, why are my photos not showing up? Using good links from IMGUR, and using the 'insert image", and have the 'IMG' and '/IMG' things in place.
Use the "BB code" and paste it directly into your post. It adds the "IMG" brackets for you.
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Use the "BB code" and paste it directly into your post. It adds the "IMG" brackets for you.
Here's how I use imgur.

This is my imgur page of downloaded pictures;


I select and click on the picture I want to use (The Martin headstock in the middle this case)


That brings up this screen;


I select picture size - if you don't, the default 'original' size you can see already highlighted in green is too big! Medium, Large and Huge Thumbnail are all fine on the AGF.
Here I'll use 'Large'.


Then I click on the BBCode 'copy' button


With my icon on the AGF page I hit Ctrl and V keys (Ctrl+V)
and .... voila! ... non aligned push fit bushes in all their glory!

BUT NOTE: The picture doesn't actually appear until you 'Submit' your post.
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