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Trying to make pictures easier to load

Posted by christie_sw_mo Z6 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 28, 06 at 7:59

I have some of my photos stored on Photobucket. On this one, I clicked on edit, then resize, so maybe this will not take an hour to come up. Let me know. This is email size but they have another option that's a little larger. I'm not sure which one would work best.

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting


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a little larger I think

This is "Message Board" size.

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting


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RE: Trying to make pictures easier to load

Christie, I liked the bigger one. What a beautiful Christmas card it would make.
vickie


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RE: Trying to make pictures easier to load

Christie, because I am dial-up the first one loaded much faster, but I do like the larger one better for all the detail. I am assuming that is your nandina....can't wait for mine to have more berries.

Happy New Year!


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RE: Trying to make pictures easier to load

Yes - That's nandina domestica that I planted a few years ago to screen my propane tank. I love it but gather that it's common and overplanted down south. I had trouble finding anything but snow and ice to take pictures of with my new camera. Even my ornamental grass wasn't pretty, just bent over to the ground and frozen there.


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Great picture. No sonw here so good to see.


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