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The harbour at Ontario Place, Toronto, Canada
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Jul 16, 2008, 18:46 #1
enviroguy Dennis ****
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Wandering around the Ontario Place harbour on a beautiful day waiting for the restaurant to open. Many lovely yachts are docked here. I can only dream of sailing on one!


Jul 16, 2008, 21:19 #2
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Great Dennis, finally a post from you. I see you had a good weather for your photo - a rarity in Toronto this year. I notice that you did not post in the critique section, but in the showcase section. Pavel

Jul 17, 2008, 05:14 #3
enviroguy Dennis ****
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Thanks, Pavel! Well, I just figured out how to get photos onto this site. Apparently I'm just a Babbler. I didn't make them as large as some of yours...still working on that. The site seems to have a dearth of photos in any section. Perhaps by tomorrow I'l have some worthy images for the critique section. I'm also still learning the intricacies of my new postprocessing software. Regards.....Dennis

Jul 17, 2008, 05:25 #4
NT73 Posting Freak *****
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The site seems to have a dearth of photos in any section

Only the recent posts enviroguy. If you wander around the site you will find members albums and photo's going back to victorian days. Big Grin
Scroll down the index and have a look there. This link is by clicking Photo Showcase via index and you can go back quite a way.
http://www.shuttertalk.com/forums/viewforum.php?id=19

Size is not relevant to the quality of shots. Most are around the 800 pix wide mark.
The babbler is only to do with the number of posts you make.
Tis a bit quiet though I think a lot of the regulars are on holiday or feeding babies. Big Grin

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Jul 17, 2008, 07:36 #5
Pavel Posting Freak *****
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Hmm, NT, I agree with all that you say, but bigger photos are just easier to see for us older folks which are visually challenged.
Compare for example the 2 photos posted by Gary recently from Quatemala (his handle is blowup - probably a reference to Michelangelo Antonioni's movie from the 60ties - he is that old) Pavel






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