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Old 11-05-2017, 07:07 PM   #11
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Hi katjh,

Absolutely you can zoom in on the pixs, when you click on the pix thumbnail, a special little window pops up showing whatever pixs are available....anyway just click on the pix AGAIN....and it should open the pix into it's own window. Once ya get it there, hold down the CTRL button on your keyboard, and scroll your mouse wheel UP & down while holding the CTRL button...this should resize the picture. You will have to click on the picture at some point so the computer controls know what your attempting to scroll/resize.

The way I usually do it, is I hold the CTRL button down, and click on the thumbnail, this opens the pix in it's own tab on the browser, [without leaving the page I was originally on, as the other method does], again once the pix is in it's own window, hold the CTRL button down & scroll the mouse wheel UP & down, to zoom in & out. There is a limit to the amount of zoom, but this method seems easy to me.

Go ahead and try it, you can't mess anything up on your PC...unless you unplug your PC at the same time...then the whole thing blows up, including the internet...........hahahaha just kidding.

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Thanks, Wildwatcher! It works...but I'm still not sure what I'm seeing. Guess I'm just not very good at finding Waldo. Oh well, I have other talents!
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Old 11-07-2017, 06:17 AM   #13
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I don't think anyone doubts your worthy talents katjh! And did you know it is not if you win or lose...it is that you showed up to play the game!

And I must admit my pix are always grainy and not very beautiful, alas but I don't want to upload pixs that are over 1 mb in size.

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Old 11-08-2017, 09:17 AM   #14
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BEST camo I've seen in a long time!
I would have never found it hadn't you included a more close shot of it.
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You know I thought it might be a crab right smack in the middle but was not sure. Is it a lady crab?
It is a crab...right smack in the middle. I am not sure what kind...or if it is a lady or not.
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Hmmm...I'm still not seeing it. You need to circle it for me, when this edition of WW is finished.
From your later post, it looks like I don't have to circle it.

Honestly, I'd like to point it out...maybe make it the only thing in color...but, for now, my desktop (and the photo editing program I use) is not accessible to me.

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Ahhh now I see it!
GOOD ONE!
Yay!

I moved a rock, and it moved...then hid there and stopped moving which made it pretty hard to see (had I not seen it hide there.

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I DO see it! Funny thing is, that's what I was looking at all along. I just wasn't sure if it was "Waldo". Very good camo, that's for sure!
Great. I'm glad that you did spot it.

Sorry for any stress it caused.

I thought it was pretty cool, yes. Great camo.
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Oh my, that is a good one dapjwy, right there in the middle...but of course I've never have seen one of those before, so I didn't know what I was looking for. [look for the rather large saltwater octopus, katjh, maybe you will see it then...but it isn't an octopus? hahaha I don't know]
It does sort of look like the head of an octopus!

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Here is an easy one for us land lubberz Two different pixs of the same subject, I too saw the little animal before I took the snapshots, but his camouflage is so good, he is difficult to find. Try to find in the first pix, and is much easier to find in the second pix...if ya know what your looking for ~~find waldo~~
Not too easy.

It didn't take me too, too long, but it took some scanning while zoomed in. I spotted the little guy in the second photo.

Great camouflage!
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Thanks, Wildwatcher! It works...but I'm still not sure what I'm seeing. Guess I'm just not very good at finding Waldo. Oh well, I have other talents!
Your last line made me laugh.

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I don't think anyone doubts your worthy talents katjh! And did you know it is not if you win or lose...it is that you showed up to play the game!

And I must admit my pix are always grainy and not very beautiful, alas but I don't want to upload pixs that are over 1 mb in size.

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Great response to katjh.

Yay! I did see it! Great camouflage with the lichens.

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BEST camo I've seen in a long time!
I would have never found it hadn't you included a more close shot of it.
It was pretty tough to see. This has me wondering how many tree frogs I've passed by in my yard! I know i have seen this species twice on our property--once on the window of our sun porch and the other time on a green leaf. We have a lot of lichens on our trees, I'm gonna have to try scanning them more next year.
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Old 11-09-2017, 06:47 PM   #19
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I don't think anyone doubts your worthy talents katjh! And did you know it is not if you win or lose...it is that you showed up to play the game!

And I must admit my pix are always grainy and not very beautiful, alas but I don't want to upload pixs that are over 1 mb in size.

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Thanks, Wildwatcher! NOW I see it. I'll never give up, I like playing the game
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Old 11-09-2017, 06:51 PM   #20
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BEST camo I've seen in a long time!
I would have never found it hadn't you included a more close shot of it.
Me too, Hava! I'm glad I'm not the only one who can't find Waldo . Actually, I could see where it was...I just couldn't tell for sure WHAT it was.
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