The ducks, the ducks!!!!!!!

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  1. kelox

    kelox TPF Noob!

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    Here are a few from downtown Annapolis I took while on leave. It was a beautiful day and the ducks weren't too fussy about me trying to get close.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow, these are really close and the photos are huge! People with a lower resolution screen than myself will have to scroll a lot horizontally. Maybe therefore you might consider to resize them? Though it is fun to look at ducks this close!
    Now you must be enjoying each and every photo that is blue, wet (i.e. showing water or droplets after a good rain) and green, right? I would!
     
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    kelox TPF Noob!

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    Actually, I did resize them, before putting them on photbucket. I thought they needed to be 800x600 for this site(TPF). Guess my hands were moving faster than my brian, no wait-is that possible???
     
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    Who is "Brian"?

    (Sorry.... ;) ;) ;) )

    I usually let my software downsize my photos to what it calls "websize", which is a 640x480. With that size, photobucket leaves the photos pretty much untouched, unless there is very much information on them like very many leaves or so. Apparently, water means few pixel information, hence the acceptance of these large photos.
     

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