Gallery this month The Weather

Well, the weather is obviously more attractive to you all than last month’s love theme!  Lots of lovely shots as you will see in the Gallery below.  It sometimes takes a while to load, so look at the following selection while you wait:

First, one from Caspar – look closely and you will see our two Rhoscolyn goats – named by Caro as Gordon and Guthrie (last month’s Nature page and pictured centre and right below);  As Caro reported, the Rhoscolyn goats came here from the Great Orme  – Gerrit Forrester took the bottom left photograph of one there in the snow::


Floods at Aberfraw from David Wyatt:

And something rather rude from someone who took my typo for wellies rather too literally! 

Sorry about that!

And now for the Gallery:

The theme for April has changed.  Instead of leaves, which will now be featured in May, it will be your pictures of the snow – snowing, snowmens, flakes, whatever you like.  Save your pictures as jpgs and send to the address in the footer, marking your email “April Gallery – Snow”. Portrait shape is quite difficult tomanage on the Gallery as the tom or bottom tends to get cropped.

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.