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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

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
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