Filed under: Art,Photography — Chamberlain @ 11:40 am
No. 137

For the past few weeks I’ve been struggling with a technique that supports the display of very high resolution images on the web. There are so many beautiful photos to view, but till now they have been frustratingly slow to load. Here are some results for you to play with. Click on the images, zoom in, and drag around inside the images to explore them at higher magnification. Give it a try…

Charlie Pentland

Ancient Pear Tree

Peter Smith’s Wonderful Discovery

Bood Root


After the Rain

Very Black Snake

Another Reptile at Thurtene Carnival

Not to worry – I will eventually get to part 2 of the Skinner Reunion – lots of fun stuff to see – so little time!!!

If you have a special photo for the blog which you would like to feature, upload it to Flickr or a Google Web album so I can grab it. Or of course email it. Unfortunately Shutterfly and similar photo print sites don’t facilitate downloads, so we can’t grab your images from them.

Anyhow, hope you enjoy these pictures!



  1. Bob, thank you for keeping us all abreast of the happenings in lands far away and near. The photographs are splendid indeed!

    Hapypy 4th of July!

    Comment by Eleanor Withers — July 1, 2010 @ 10:44 pm

  2. These are wonderful Uncle Bob! Thank you. Especially love the ones of the children. Can’t wait to see more. Love to all.

    Comment by Molly — July 2, 2010 @ 1:15 am

  3. great pics! I remeber going on a ride just like that one back when the thurtene carnival was across the street from my backyard. i used to climb up on the monkey bars to get a glimpse of the excitement.

    Comment by Sarah — July 2, 2010 @ 8:19 am

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