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davidx

Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719


My album

Posted: 2006-09-22 12:27 PM   
Hi Lyla
Yes. It does seem a lot of photos. Do you think it would be better made smaller?
Cheers
David


horourke

Joined: Sep 04
Points: 11274


What a wonerful sense of humour and imagination!!

Posted: 2006-09-21 05:10 PM   
Lyla
thank you for your most generous comments on my little snaps.

The one about King Arthur's slip is a gem of irreverent one line humour while i do wish you a great slice of irish luck because you admiire the butterfly shot so much.
hugh


chriswoman

Joined: Sep 06
Points: 6


Thank you

Posted: 2006-09-21 03:25 PM   
Thanks Lyla for the welcome. Hope you have a great day.
Chris



kiwi

Joined: Sep 06
Points: 66


Hi lyla

Posted: 2006-09-21 04:51 AM   
yep we have the best rugby team in the world!
will have fun in peru & beyond, will post pics along the way



davidx

Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719


Canadian Rockies [and Hartford]

Posted: 2006-09-20 05:18 AM   
Hi Lyla
It may interest you to know that we had planned a trip to the Canadian Rockies in 1995 and had to cancel because of my then acute heart problems.

We planned to visit both Banff and Jasper and I did think Jasper sounded more appealing. I didn't know about Waterton Lakes at that time.

Glad you liked Harford. Actually I only did it to edit a stub left for that purpose ages ago by Martin, when he managed to find a part solution for a problem of finding sites. Until Andy devised a total solution recently, there was no way for anybody other than Martin and I to know of the existence of the Hartford stub. But now - -.
I found it hard because at Hartford itself there's nought to see but beauty.

Cheers
David



quikflikchiq

Joined: Mar 04
Points: 3431


jasper review

Posted: 2006-09-19 08:11 PM   
i am so sorry!
i guess i jumped to conclusions as the images looked very stock. which other sites do you write for?



tamara_02

Joined: Sep 06
Points: 87


Notingham-Oz

Posted: 2006-09-17 12:46 PM   
Hello!
I initially flew to Nottingham, for 2 years, as my then boyfriend lives there and (for some reason) I've always wanted to experience living & working in the UK- Just turned out that I fell inlove with a English guy 5 years ago whilst holidaying in Sri Lanka and visiting family., and the huby was over there working for a few months- white water rafting.... As of November 5th last year, we are now happily married. I have now been in Notts coming upto 3 years, but we leave to Oz in Feb '07 via Africa for 8 weeks.

Who knows where we end up!!! :)



mortimer

Joined: Jun 04
Points: 15075


Take a digital balance

Posted: 2006-09-16 02:31 PM   
;-)

With the term weight of the pciture I meant the filesize. I just thought it easier to talk of picture size and picture weight (filesize) because I don't have to use size twice which can lend to missunderstandings.

I'm sure that you can find a function in Photoimpression that helps you set the picture size to 600 pixel wide and then save the file. Most pictures will then be under the 500kb weight. If you still are over it then you could try to reduce the dpi setting to 75 which is ok for online use and then when saving reduce the quality setting. You can easily arrive at a picture with 600 to 800 weighing only 150kb.

ok?

Most programmes also have a help function where you could get more information on how to do it with your personal programm. Keywords: dpi, picture size, compression,

Hope it helps
Martin


rossiter

Joined: Sep 06
Points: 3


Warm Welcome

Posted: 2006-09-16 02:11 PM   
Thank you very much for your friendly message - the site (and the people!) look very interesting.

Best Wishes

Hilaru



davidx

Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719


Thanks, Lyla

Posted: 2006-09-16 06:15 AM   
Hi Lyla
Thanks for your comments on my trip reports for Cornwall.
I don't understand Cornish but I doubt it covers the subtlety of your point about the name!
The language is related to Welsh and Breton but it's not really a living language.
Cheers
David


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