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narrow leaf paintbrushredbud tree; there were several aroundthe panorama effect of my camerapetroglyphsthe snow and hail are waiting in those clouds
Turns out that the problem was that the pics were simply to large to upload in a decent amount of time. My smart hubby suggested that they might be too big; try re-sizing them and he was right. Now I need to learn how to reformat the chip so I don't have to resize each pic. I did it 6 years ago on my old camera, but I don't remember how. I'll have to search for the on-line manual. (=^-^=)

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There should be a menu option on your camera to select the size of photo. I normally used 2mpixels - anything larger just takes up too much space and PC memory but these are fine for printing or viewing on a monitor. Full-size pics can become unmanageable.

I am looking at the various options and I think I will also find the manual online (which is the only place it is). Not having too much info about the workings of the camera, I don't want to do anything irreparable. I think there was a pixel option in there somewhere.

Doesn't look so lovely without the sunshine. Is it me or has a 2foot let paw prints all over one of the rocks?

The 2-foots who left those paw prints lived there a loooong time ago. One of the walks we hope to take tomorrow will show us some more ancient 2-foot art. And tomorrow is supposed to be warm and sunny, perfect hiking weather.

The 2-foots who left those paw prints lived there a looong time ago. One of the walks we hope to take tomorrow will show us some more ancient 2-foot art. And tomorrow is supposed to be sunny and warm, perfect hiking weather.

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