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van-island

Joined: Sep 06
Points: 143


Empty train in Japan...

Posted: 2006-09-15 07:50 PM   
Alas, that isn't the Bullet Train in my report! No, it's just a local train that is often empty at noon on weekdays when I took that picture. The Bullet Train runs through Himeji, but you take a local train up to Ikuno. The last two stations are actually pretty cool: you ride on a little one-car diesel train through valleys, tunnels and mountains all the way into Ikuno.



mortimer

Joined: Jun 04
Points: 15075


Don't give up so fast

Posted: 2006-09-15 05:30 PM   
Hi Lyla

Ok now this didn't help you, too bad.

So lets try to sort it out 1:1

What exactly is your problem? The picture size should be over 600 wide and weight of the file under 500kb these two basic things should be accomplishable with nearly every programm on the market.

I would recommend you, to download irfanview which is a very handy programm for the wished task. www.irfanview.de

I don't run Windows XP so I can't help you with the programm that came with it.

I will get into more details when I got news from you.

Martin



magsalex

Joined: Sep 03
Points: 8701


Newcastle

Posted: 2006-09-15 06:05 AM   
Thanks for reading my report. I don't actually live there now but clubbing really is not my thing. There are much more interesting things to do there!!!!



madness

Joined: Jan 05
Points: 6577


hi Lyla

Posted: 2006-09-15 02:06 AM   
tea needs humidity and a lot of rain, the mountains that are parallel to Black Sea keep the warm effects and the humidity of the sea and bring a lot of rain as far as I know, hope to see you here one day...

Burak



eirekay

Joined: Aug 03
Points: 19539


Rock Cairns

Posted: 2006-09-13 08:14 PM   
Lyla,
I didn't see any Rock Cairns on the Inka Trail, but then it is very well marked and traveled, so they really weren't needed.

Rock Cairns are universal throughout the world - I've seen them hiking in France and back packing in Guatemala. We have them all over the Sierras in California where many trails are damaged by winter snows. It is always reassuring to find them because you know you are on the right path!

It is great to see such an active member - you are a wonderful Globosapien!

Eire



mortimer

Joined: Jun 04
Points: 15075


Picture size

Posted: 2006-09-13 03:09 PM   
Hi Lyla

So you are facing problems with uploading pictures, not good. Let's see what we can do about it.

First did you read this forum entry?:
http://www.globosapiens.net/topic-size-of-the-pictures_34_613_0000.html

Perhaps this might help you solve your problem.

If not get back to me. It would be easier to help you if you can say what programmes you are using to edit your pics.

Hope it helps
Martin



davidx

Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719


Mistake

Posted: 2006-09-13 05:45 AM   
The url in my previous message should end at Mortimer - sorry.
D



davidx

Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719


Your photos

Posted: 2006-09-13 05:39 AM   
Hi Lyla
Martin [Mortimer] is generally very helpful on the subject of photos, on which I am notoriously ignorant.

I suggest you go to http://www.globosapiens.net/mortimer.html and click on the contact to send an e-mail describing exactly what you do and what happens, By all means blame me for the contact if you feel shy.
Cheers
David


concheman

Joined: Sep 04
Points: 8


Our world trips

Posted: 2006-09-12 10:34 PM   
Yes Lyla we have been busy travelling the world and have some amaazing experiences.Our last trip was Chile,Argentina,Brazil,UK,Egypt,Jordan and Israel this year.

Our next trip is you guessed it..Canada.We plan to get an Apartment in Vancouver for around 6 months in 2007 and then travel around Canda and drop into the US as well.

Bob
Australia



franksp

Joined: Sep 06
Points: 65


Thanks!

Posted: 2006-09-12 11:27 AM   
Thanks Layla for the unexpected but welcome message. I actually just joined today because my sister is using this site to document a 3 month trip in Africa.
Best regards, Frank


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