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Kildale 09-09-2012 12:12 PM

That perfect image.
 
A humorous look at trying for that perfect photo, one to grace the pages of Wildlife Gardeners. Just click That Perfect Picture.

Equilibrium 09-10-2012 06:04 AM

Hey!!! I saw the photo on the home page buried in there!!! I remember when you added that photo to a thread here somewhere. It was a really great photo.

linrose 09-10-2012 11:35 AM

Very funny!

havalotta 09-10-2012 12:44 PM

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Perhaps the best time to take these photos is when there is a lot of fog. When the water runs out you won't notice.
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Just take your brush out of your camera bag and knock off the unwanted things. What a great looking rock now.
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You've quite the talent creating the shorties!

Kildale 09-10-2012 03:52 PM

I have about 12 of this type of shows. Will add more shortly.

Equilibrium 09-10-2012 04:09 PM

Is there anyway you can post just the photos in order so they show up as little thumbnails? A lot of us are on dial up.

Sage 09-10-2012 05:29 PM

Lib, are you on dial up?

Kildale 09-10-2012 05:57 PM

I don't think I can do the shows with thumb nails. I have about 20 shows and have around 50 images in each. Sorry

Equilibrium 09-21-2012 07:11 PM

Sage> "Lib, are you on dial up?" Lately I am a lot. We bought hi-speed back about 5 or 6 years ago and we've had nothing but trouble with it ever since. There's only 1 ball game in town because our houses are too far apart for other providers to come in and because we've only got 1 option if we want hi-speed.... we're not exactly high on their list when there's outages. The other problem is we're in a strange area where we've got basically 2 seasons.... construction and winter. Every time they knock out our hi-speed repairing a road or whatever.... the only way to get online is to go back to dial up. Our land line almost always works!!!
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At least I've got hi-speed most of the time. I know a lot of the folk here don't have it at all. About the best they can get is Hughes Net and I've used that before and it's barely a step up from dial up. It is faster than dial up.... just not fast enough to warrant the extra $$$ when you live in a rural area that doesn't have cable.

Sage 09-22-2012 06:10 PM

Lib, yikes! Last time I had to use dial-up was 12-13 yrs ago, and it's much better now than then. I would probably stop going online without high-speed connection. Even Florida seasonal rentals have high speed.

Equilibrium 09-23-2012 01:29 PM

Ya.... I know. My problem is I don't know what's in some threads before I open em and if I'm using the dial up and find a surprise.... it's hard remembering the thread so I can go back when the hi-speed's back working again. I miss more goodies because of that. They did move the main box from the end of the T intersection where drunks were driving straight into it and knocking out our service so that's helped. Trouble is they moved it over into the northwest corner where there's a cluster of black locust trees so now we have problems every time the roots grow into it. If they'd just stop trimming those locusts and stump treat em with a chemical they'd kill em and we'd have a lot less problems with mice and wasps and water getting in the unit that corrupt our cards. This year outages have been more intense though.... they started a big road widening project. Why.... I don't know. We don't have the traffic to warrant that kind of an imrpovement.


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