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That reminds me of resting beneasth trees on a warm summer day. Lovely.
And yet it was taken only a few days ago . . .I think it would make a nice print for a summery fabric - cutains or soft furnishings.Lucy
Beautiful capture - looks summery!!
Thanks Dot. It does look summery, doesn't it? All sort of light and airey.Lucy
Hello again, your comment on my blog really made me laugh out loud, but thank you so much. I am really just starting to take pictures (or I have done so the last 3 years... time flies, but anyway it is only a hobby).To the size of the pictures on my blog, I learnt it by John and Runes blog: http://norsknettfotoinfo.blogspot.com/search/label/Hvordan%20legge%20ut%20bilde%20i%20riktig%20st%C3%B8rrelse%20publisert%20fra%20egen%20pc%20via%20blogger There is surely an easy way to explain this, but you need to use the htmlcoding, and then I just double the numbers under 3.1) and 3.2) and then I always uses "s800" (cf. 4.0). I don't know if this made any sens at all....
Hello DagrunThank you for the information about the image size on blogs. Sometime in the next few days I'll see if I can work it out!But I am not joking about your photos - having seen them, I think I am on the verge of giving up! They are wonderful. The texture is so good. The colour. The content. It isn't enough just to have access to good scenery (which clearly you do have) - you have added to it in the way you have taken the photographs.And photographs of children can be sentimental but yours are not. They are simultaneously charming and strong.I think I like your black and white photos best . . . but they are all great.And the other blog you contribute to . . . there are some wonderful photographs there as well.Lucy
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