Gallery

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While you wait for the Gallery to load, here are a couple of pictures sent in for the Walls and Fences theme:

First we have one from Caro which started us off with this theme.  These beautiful slate fences can still be seen around the island but are sadly becoming increasingly rare:

Now – a lone fence post that stands on Rhoscolyn headland, photographed by Caspar Verney:

And here one that should be recognisable by most of you, by Louise Littlewood:

And now for the October Gallery:

  • Louise
    Louise Littlewood
  • racheldarwazeh
    Rachel Darwazeh
  • IMG_1634
    Caro Wilson
  • wall of Beaumaris jail – Caspar
    Caspr Verney - Beaumaris prison wall
  • Adrienne Owen
    Adrienne Jones
  • cARO
    Caro Wilson
  • Caspar – wall and fence at wishing gate on headland
    Caspar Verney
  • Caro – the great Rhoscolyn Wall
    Caro Wilson
  • Jo
    Jo Jones
  • Caro Wall with flood holes
    Caro Wilson - flood holes
  • Caspar Sea wall outside Ty Gwyn during repairs after storm swept it away
    Caspar Verney
  • Louise wall and wishing gate on headland
    Louise Littlewood
  • Ty Crainc – September Dawn – J Rae
    James Rae
  • York_city_walls_David3
    David Walker - York city wall

The next update will be November when the Gallery theme is  Sleep, Sleepy/Drowsy-ness – human, animal, vegetable or mineral!  If at all possible, please make your pictures landscape (horizonal, or even square.  Portrait shape is very difficult to manage on the gallery and as you will see, top or bottom tends to get cropped.

Always save as jpgs please and mark you email “November Sleep Gallery”.

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.

Naming your photographs:

This is easy too.  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 your name and picture subject.

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