February Gallery – Valentines

Thanks to those of you who sent in their pictures to mark Valentines Day – of love, loving etc.  Obviously on the whole you are not a very loving bunch, as we got very few – probably the least successful gallery we have called.  So rather than put them on the usual moving chain of pictures we are placing them on different pages of the website this month.

Here are a couple, both from Caro, both found on Borthwen beach:


Let’s see if you can all do a bit better with the March theme which is EXTREME WEATHER – which could be stormy skies, seas and clouds, snowy mountains, icy or frozen anythings; or just brilliant sunshine.  Go for it and swamp me out with your pictures this month!

Please save your pictures as Jpgs (see how below if you don’t know) and send to the address in the footer, marking your email “March Gallery – Weather”

Saving as jpgs:

You should be able to do this as you save your photographs from your camera to your computer photograph files.  But if not, there are several free on line programmes that can do it for you.  Or you can use a very useful (free) programme called Gimp.  And another, called Paint, can do all sorts of other useful things with your pictures, like adapting the colour, shape, size.

What we cannot use is photographs that are embedded in the body copy of your email.  They must be jpg attachments.

Naming your photographs:

Try and do this if you can – it really is easy and is extremely helpful to me as the last thing I want to do is credit someone else with your pictures!  When you have your jpg ready, before you pick it up to send, right click on it and you should find an option to “rename” – type over what is there with your name and picture subject.