Tag Archives: Photos

New Headers – Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan

Every time I have looked at my web page, the random header that is displayed has reminded me of our journey as Nomads in 2012. But it is time to change them, to reflect on our newest journey through Hong … Continue reading

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I have a new toy

In anticipation of a new adventure I have lashed out and treated myself to a new camera. The Panasonic has done well, but now is 5+ years old and lacks a few features I admire in Bruce’s photography. I chose … Continue reading

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Post haste – Jordan

Before I sent my laptop off for repair I managed to get nearly all photos and stories up. It was just Petra photos that I needed to upload, so you will just have see Bruce’s vision of Petra for now. … Continue reading

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Headers – Egypt

I have changed the header pics again – this time they represent our time in Egypt, from the sand storms of Cairo and the pyramids to the sunshine and temples of the upper Nile and the heights of Mt Sinai. … Continue reading

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Header Banners – Tioman Island

I use PhotoSynth on my iPhone to take panorama photos.  Great app, easy to use and does a nice job of stitching the individual photos together to make a panorama, which I edit in Adobe Photoshop Elements. I have now … Continue reading

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More on NextGEN Gallery

After importing photos from my iPhone on the iPhone app to NextGEN Gallery and finding they were not correctly oriented, I went about experimenting with photos that had hit Windows XP using the Windows Live Photo Gallery and Adobe Photoshop … Continue reading

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NextGEN Gallery from the iPhone!

The photo gallery plugin that I use now has an iPhone app to load a gallery. If I am lucky, what you see below came from there!

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