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May 04, 2004

The perils of botanical photography

zekefeet Click on the tiny thumbnail. Or should that be "toenail"?

(This is also an excuse to try the new image-processing routines we installed today.)

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Chris: this works great. (The larger image took 45 seconds to load on dial-up; this is what living n the boonies does.)

A postdoc friend here in Davis has just started a birding blog through surfbirds and I think they don't have an option about thumbnail size; it's what they're given. But it is just perfect. (See http://www.surfbirds.com/blogs/rjhall/)

By the way, there doesn't seem to have been any significant loss in quality of the sidebar Zeke picture.... thanks for shrinking it further!

Posted by: Pica at May 5, 2004 05:30 AM
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Those are some well-grounded feet! Do you think the splayed effect with owl-like hairs between the toes adds to flotation in the mud?

Posted by: butuki at May 7, 2004 10:42 PM
decorative line of bighorn petroglyphs