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every picture tells a story

this little collage was made & uploaded for Bobwed - whose keen eyes spotted some kind of little animal(s) lurking in the trees of a recent photo i uploaded to this site. so this is my way of an answer to his question & to show what happened next. hope you like it!



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Registered: September 2010
Location: f
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Date: Fri December 31, 2010
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Filesize: 95.5kb, 95.5kb
Dimensions: 800 x 800
Keywords: snow sheep winter december 2010 collage

I like it! All tell a great story and solve an intriguing mystery. Must say I was disappointed that you did not answer my comment left on your previous post when I revisited it this morning looking for a reply. But, this is better than any answer I have ever received to my questions of members and their posts. Thank you, brownie. Love your wit. Hopefully, will see lots more of your fine work in the New Year. Happy New Year!
#1 Sat January 1, 2011 2:57am

you're welcome, bob. glad you liked my little composition & 'got' the story.
i think i somehow managed to lose some of the clarity (of the larger file sized original) in the spooky snowy trees photo when i resized it to upload onto this site. i have to admit i'm not sure i'm doing the resizing thing properly, it does appear to be quite hit or miss at times!
#2 Sat January 1, 2011 3:20pm

well spotted very nice
#3 Sat January 1, 2011 6:13pm

Must agree with you brownie about the uploading and resizing. Seems mine comes out blurred sometimes. I found that if I over sharpen it has an opposite affect when I resize and upload. So, you might try to keep the sharpening to a minimum. I have read comments by the more skilled members complaining about over-sharpening. So there may be a problem of some sort in this area when you upload. It seems it could go either way: too much or too little. Or hit and miss, as you said. I wrote this to let you know you are not alone with this problem. If I may suggest: you might try different edit programs to see which works best like Phixr or Picasa to name a couple. Good luck.
#4 Sun January 2, 2011 8:00pm

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