Photo Of The Week: BELITA
Hi Everyone I made it this week. Again I got my writing off center, but I get a warning sign that I will lose my post?Fab photo Randall. Love it.I was surprised to see Flickr giving us 1 terabyte of space. Is that for real?Be back to comment later.
Hi Sue. I've fixed your wording again. The problem seems to be you're not leaving enough of a gap between the photos and the words. You need to put in at least two line-breaks after each photo before you start the words for the next one. Yes, it's true.....Flickr is giving members 1TB of free space!!
Good news about Flickr, just the other day they warned me, that I must upgrade, so was now pleasantly surprised. I don't have a problem there, as store all my stuff on an external hard drive, trusting no site, not to change their mind or closing any second. *winks*
Makes no difference to me as I have been a paying member for some time. However, I love the new way they show the photos - much easier to find something.
Impressive rockface.Intricate net pattern.Serene and marvellous seascape.
Hi Sue!! Good to see you taking part this week!! Three wonderful shots for the theme!! The first shot of the towering rocks is most impressive.Looks like the block at the top might fall off!! Love the weird shapes sculpted into the rock by the sea in the second shot. Beautiful shot of the lava-flow as it disappears into the sea!!
Those are lovely varied contributions, Sue. Such amazing rock formations, much like my Matobo Hills in Zimbabwe. The volcanic rock is also fascinating. The close up of the rock at Oregon coast remind me of a huge big sponge. All great shots.
Three very majestic photos - interesting and impressive
Three wonderful photos and my favorite has got to be the Oregon coast rock. It looks like a morel mushroom. I love how you have captured it.
All three are magnificent! The contrast of the blue water in the last one is beautiful. I love the texture of the middle photo and the massive size of the top one!
Stunning three amazing shots Susan;)
Wow! All three, fantastic shots, Sue! I like the middle one best with the border of trees in the background.The blue of the water in that last shot is just gorgeous! great capture!
Awesome three shots!The second shot is my favourite....very exquisite rock and the background looks mysterious...
Like all of them but the lava rock in Number two is my fave.