Dance IV

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  1. Tog-Tjostov

    Tog-Tjostov TPF Noob!

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    hope theres a photo there now...first time i submitt anything here:)


    this is the forth in this serie of mine and the best i think...let me know if you like it and want to see the rest of the serie...
     
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    Tog-Tjostov TPF Noob!

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    okey...where the hell do i find the URL???? im a computer noob i know...i have mac...if theres a difference....
     
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    Do you have the URL? If you do, type this out
    [ img ] http://picture.pic/image.jpg [ /img ]
    but make sure to take out all of the spaces inside the brackets [ ] and around the URL
     
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    JEFFB TPF Noob!

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    Right click on the image and go to properties, and you will see the url of the image. then select it, copy it, and paste it between the above mentioned [​IMG]
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hey, welcome to ThePhotoForum, Peder. I have finally seen your photo --- for some reason it doesn't link directly, but a red x showed up and I could right-click on that, find the URL in the properties, and go there by cutting and pasting.

    What a funny photo!
    Few people could do a jump as high as this, with their movements so well controlled.
    Was it to celebrate the midnight sun?
    And who is this dancer?
     

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