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    Here's one to give you a shiver.

    Snowy on Top.



    Or the "blower"



    Bugging out


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    Jayson stole my shot
    I planned on submitting this before I even clicked and saw what other people had posted, what are the chances?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Looks like a path I walked at Circle B Bar Preserve in Florida....gorgeous shot.
    Bingo....That was taken on the lake loop heading east.

    ......and thanks.

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    Took a trip to the west coast of Vancouver Island this past weekend.
    "Sanctuary"

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    "Walk on a Dreamy Path" is a photo I took at a local National Wildlife Refuge here in Ridgefield, Washington. Post-processed to appear soft, dreamy.



    So I'm wondering why my image is so much smaller than all the others. Its obviously within the 195kb restriction. Anyone?
    Last edited by Rich Collins; 02-08-2015 at 05:34 PM. Reason: small image question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Collins View Post

    So I'm wondering why my image is so much smaller than all the others. Its obviously within the 195kb restriction. Anyone?
    Rich:

    The thumb nail is what shows up. The larger size is there... you just have to click on the thumb nail to view the picture. Honestly, I can not tell you how to post w/o the thumbnail that has to be clicked on. I found it easier to post from flickr and I can post what ever size I want. Someone else can probably tell you how to post without it showing up as a thumbnail, but I have never been able to get it to work for me.

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    "Fish Town" - Along the shores of Lake Michigan.


    Fish Town-0230 by westmichigan, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    I found it easier to post from flickr and I can post what ever size I want.
    I always use flickr to, then if someone wants to see a larger pic they can click on it and go to flickr for a better view.

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    Hi Rich. You can go into edit you post and double click the photo thumbnail. About 3 rows down is an option to display it as full size. Please note, the forum had a max resolution. I think it is 1000 pixels.

    I think this will help. I am on my phone and it looks fine here.

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