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Vancouver cherry blossoms.

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FXET7C   Dead Camelthorn Trees in the salt pan of Dead Vlei, Namib Naukluft Desert, Namibia

 

 

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FXET89  Grizzly Bear eating sedge grass in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska

 

 

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FXET9T   Baby Elephant taking a dust bath at the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Nairobi, Kenya

 

 

 

Paulette

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Roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) roebuck foraging in meadow with poppies in flower in spring / summer.  © Arterra Picture Library / Arndt Sven-Erik

 

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Philippe

 

I really like this one!

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Phillippe has so many of my favorites. That one is certainly one of mine. That is a good size for the forum, too. How do you get that, Philippe? I seem to only get the enormous ones or the smallish.

 

Paulette

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What? Even you don't know???? It must be very mysterious then. I get that watermark and Alamy border along the bottom when I copy an image into an email but I don't seem to be able to take that image into the forum. Thanks for the response, anyway.

 

Paulette

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What? Even you don't know???? It must be very mysterious then. I get that watermark and Alamy border along the bottom when I copy an image into an email but I don't seem to be able to take that image into the forum. Thanks for the response, anyway.

 

Paulette

I click on the image's thumbnail to get its individual page, then click on the medium-sized image there to get the big pop-up, then copy and paste that. The size you get depends on the crop- long side is fixed, I think. Uncropped landscapes come up at 1300x866 on my wide monitor.

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What method do you use to copy and paste? I use "copy image address" from little menu I get with a right click and I am not getting what you get. I only get that when I can just "copy image" for use in an email. I believe we need the image address to add an image to the forum. If I drag and drop I get the enormous image.

 

Paulette

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Just right-click "copy image", not image location.

Then ctrl-V in the forum window.

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I got that to work once but now ctrl-V gives me nothing. Let me try again...

 

That was weird but I got it. I went through some strange step that I think I got to by pasting over the preview image. Is that possible? Anyway here is........FXET7H  Zebras at dusk in Ethosha, Namibia.

 

Thanks! I wonder if I can repeat it in future.

 

Paulette

 

Edit: When I posted the image disappeared. I give up...

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Spring has sprung in Vancouver

 

Purple Wisteria floribuna flowers on a backyard fence

 

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Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) candle flowers

 

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What method do you use to copy and paste? I use "copy image address" from little menu I get with a right click and I am not getting what you get. I only get that when I can just "copy image" for use in an email. I believe we need the image address to add an image to the forum. If I drag and drop I get the enormous image.

 

Paulette

 

 

Just right-click "copy image", not image location.

Then ctrl-V in the forum window.

 

 

I got that to work once but now ctrl-V gives me nothing. Let me try again...

 

That was weird but I got it. I went through some strange step that I think I got to by pasting over the preview image. Is that possible? Anyway here is........FXET7H  Zebras at dusk in Ethosha, Namibia.

 

Thanks! I wonder if I can repeat it in future.

 

Paulette

 

Edit: When I posted the image disappeared. I give up...

I just drag and drop with the mouse (and also the bigger pop up image from the individual image page),

works for me like a charm. 

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I like to drag and drop but I get the enormous image when I do that. It sure is easier but I prefer something that lets me see the entire image easily.

 

Paulette

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My favorite image taken in Shanghai, China.

 

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Bratislava Castle 

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Entrance to Pacific Centre shopping mall in downtown Vancouver, Canada

 

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This is one of those rare moments in photographing an event, with so much outside your control, and the composition just can't get any better!

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Phil

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Every time we get new curtains, he has to put his signature on it! :lol:

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It's got to be this one from the London Marathon. Legs of the elite women race winners. 

 

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Probably only possible in Netherlands, Church converted to a bookstore

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Had a magazine assignment to photograph this very wealthy Washington DC power couple in their over-the-top mansion that is said to have cost around $60 Million US to build!

 

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Early morning over Allihies, West Cork, Ireland, looking towards America. Many of my ancestors worked as miners in the copper mines here in the 19th century (old Cornish-style engine house on left and rocks are veined with copper minerals) before the mines closed and many miners made the long journey across the ocean to mine in places such as Butte, Montana. I always think of these people and the incredibly hard lives they lived when I stand in these places taking pictures.

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