Mia here. As some of you might have noticed I'm back on line again and this week
I've chosen the theme "Fresh" for you to chew on lol... So anything that fits that
word is great with me.. This is a photo I took of one of my favorite subjects:
Water Lilies. I think they always look so fresh and colorful growing in the water...
I hope you enjoy this theme and my photo.
we reach towards the Heavens
Each week we will post an original photo with words on it. The idea behind this group is to expand our minds through our photography.
Photos must be your own, but the words can be someone else's as long as credit is given after the words.
Your post can either be serious, or if you'd like comical, but never obscene .
Posts can either have one word on them,quotes, or full poems ... Your choice.
All posts are to be done on your own site in a blog form with a link back to it being left here.
New topics will be posted on Sundays.
Posts can be made through Saturday.
One post per person only please.
There's been a couple of discussions around the rules, so please remember that the photo should be your own, not off the Internet and also if possible, post the photo large enough so nobody has to click it up if they don't want to take that extra time. If you have any problems with that, or anything else, please contact me or another admin. We are here to help and would like
to encourage you all to have a go and get creative and most important,
to have fun!!!
PS some tips to post a "larger" photo in a blog:
There are several options, but these are the ones I use:
Uploading to Flickr or Photobucket, then copying and pasting the HTML code from there. You can choose
the size you want, but 800 x 800 or Large usually gets you a good size.
Also what I've started doing lately is to post from my Multiply Album, but instead of using the
share code I click up to the "Slideshow" choose a suitable size there (usually 600x600) and then just copy and paste the photo itself to the blog.
Often the "share code" doesn't give me a big enough photo for my taste, but usually it's big enough so you don't need to click it up to see..
Remember when you use a HTML code to tick in the "Edit HTML" box up to the right in your compose blog page,
or your photo won't come up in the blog...
Here is another way of doing it, thanks
msnuser for sharing this with us:
Hope this helps...