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Sunday, December 20, 2009

BLUE, WHITE AND GREEN



LUCY CORRANDER - PICTURES JUST PICTURES - BLUE, WHITE AND GREEN - DECEMBER 20TH 2009 - SONY DSC-T77 - DSC05359

6 comments:

Kine said...

I like the lines and the colors a lot! Great contrasts..

Rinkly Rimes said...

Clever old photos! Posting themselves! I love the shot of the man walking!

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Kine. The colours are so cheerful, aren't they? Yet the objects they are on are purely functional - a bollard, a net to stop sand blowing across a main road and some recycling bins. It's wonderful what a bit of sun and an unusual angle can do!

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Rinkly Rimes.

The pictures are only posting themselves in theory. They should be in practice. It's quite easy to organise with the old Editor but I can't get it to work with the new one so I'm just pretending after all. But I'm trying to be an automaton in the way I do it . . . not spend time looking much round other blogs in the run up to Christmas. I know where the time goes!

Glad you like the Man Walking photo.

Lucy

Wolynski said...

Love the colors on this one. All the photos are great. Why do you need 5 separate blogs?

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks Wolynski. They are very cheering, aren't they? Most of the light has been dull here for the last few months and there was suddenly a wonderfully bright, clear day in the middle of all the rain - and that is when I took this photo.

You ask why I have five blogs . . . It is that when I started blogging, I couldn't work out how to do large photos without altering the proportions or lopping a bit off the right hand side or reducing the quality dramatically - so I posted the 'clickable' picture in the ordinary way and a duplicate, but larger one, as a gadget, below it. This meant a huge trail of gadget-pictures accumulated below the daily post and they took a time to load.

It irritates me when blogs won't load quickly (I have a slow laptop) so I decided to have just a few on the blog itself and let them 'drop off the bottom' into the 'volumes' which, being volumes of gadgets, with all the pictures on the same page, would only load quickly if they didn't get too big. Now I use the updated blogger editor and can post bigger pictures easily without distortion - I may have to re-think this.

Lucy

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