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post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
What is the best way to post photos? I have a couple from my trip to Colorado, but I'm not sure how to make it accessible to everyone. My profile says I can't post attachments.
post #2 of 5
Here's the way I do it

Go to http://www.imageshack.us and upload the picture

and then copy and paste what it gives you in the 4th or 5th row down.

and then your picture will show up in the post just like this:

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
Ok. Let's see if this works. This is a 360 degree shot taken at Loveland pass. Not sure how the quality will turn out, because I had to reduce the image quality for it to post on imageshack. The panorama shot was made using software which stitches a sequence of shots together.

Edit> Ok, I just tried it & it seems to work on my PC. Let me know if it doesn't work for you.
post #4 of 5
PerSwede, Dont post pictures wider than 640 pixels or every post will require scrooling. Resize that photo (narrower and shorter) and try again. Also, consider cropping top and bottom to remove joins on the panoramic.
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Thread Starter 
When it comes up on my screen, no scrolling is required. I actually wanted it to be large enough to have to scroll through. I also didn't crop it, because I would have lost some of the image (i.e. sky or terrain on top & bottom). I was more interested in being able to see the full scope of the view, rather than having a rectangular picture.

Anyone else having problems viewing it?

Just in case you want to orient yourself, the sign for the top of Loveland Pass is just behind the little knoll in the bottom center. To the left side is facing North, right facing South. A-Basin is a short drive to the left. I'm not positive, but I think the darker mountains to the right (about half way between the middle & the far right) are part of A-Basin. If so, they would be the part of the bowl to skiier's right. If anyone is more familiar with A-Basin, feel free to fill us in.
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