Just playing around with photos.
Here is a link that might be useful: Mesembs collage
Amy, I have to ask about your Gibbaeum dispar. See the small white sunken spots on the older leaves? What causes them? How do you prevent them? I have some G. geminum which were beautiful in the summer but are now hideous and deformed from those spots. G. petrense seems untouched so far, touch wood.
Steven Hammer doesn't even know what they are, according to the article he wrote that you sent me some time back. He speculates that they are from mites, but isn't sure.
That's an old photo of that Gibbaeum. The new leaf pairs are now twice that size and are, so far, immaculate. I'm touching wood too!
I'm jealous. Very fine pictures and Mesembs. They all look so nice and healthy.
Amy's thumbs are severely green. I wonder if it is contagious? Great pics!!
WOW!!! What a nice display, very fancy presentation of great photos, congrats!
Thanks for all the nice comments folks!
I love the little flash presentation Amy, well done, nice plants too.
Very nice little animation, how'd ya do it?
Larry, if you have a Photobucket account, it will do it for you. You just have to select which photos you want in the collage and it doesn't the rest. It puts them in a "bucketstamp".
I was uploading photos of my Lithops last night and saw that feature and decided to try it out. It makes a pretty cool animation.
I just saw that bucketstamp feature at Photobucket & plan to try it out, too. Great pix of nice plants, Amy! Way to go!
A beautiful presentation, Amy. These are like the contents of a jewelbox. Each one is special.
Hi, Amy! You have some very lovely mesembs, and that's a great little animation! It's great that Photobucket does that for you. Doing that in an actual flash-making program is a bit more time consuming! Now I want to try this Photobucket tool out, so I maybe don't have to do simple ones in Flash MX Pro anymore!