As you have probably noticed, I have been doing a little updating to my blog. I have cleaned up my blog list and added some new (blog) sites. I have also taken advantage of new functionality and added a feature photo to my header. Excuse the size, I have been working on "a system" to resize so that the photo takes the whole width of your computer screen but I haven't discovered the sweet spot in size dimensions yet. Also I haven't figured out how to change the font colour as not all of my photos have blue sky (or a blank area) in the upper left corner. I may have to add text to my resized photo in order for it to be read/seen.
It was always my intention to show you sights of the Pacific Northwest taken on my travels throughout British Columbia, Washington & Oregon. Unless you have "clicked to enlarge" any of my photos you may not have been aware that I also increased my upload size. Previous images were only uploaded at 800x600 resolution as that was the maximum displayed image size by blogger. Last week I increased this to 1600x1200 so that any image clicked will now enlarge to full screen. And since all of my photos are inserted using HTML coding individually, they will all enlarge, unlike some other sites where they might or might not enlarge. I mainly use Webshots for my picture hosting and all albums are set to public so you are free to download any image you like. If you would like a larger file for enlarging, just ask. My email is on the sidebar.
When I first started this Blog I wasn't sure where it was headed and what sort of readership I was going to attract. I will tell you that I am truly integrated into our blog community and I have met many "friends" along the way. It is my sincere hope that I will eventually be able to meet some of you in person. This was originally a project for myself to improve my writing skills and also to showcase nature's scenic beauty in our part of the continent. Only recently have I been able to let loose with more personal information and post my likeness.
If you are ever in my area, Vancouver, BC let me know. If I am free I can show you around and even feed you. I have never done a post without pictures, so here is one I may have posted before
(Aerial view of Vancouver, BC: taken through the plane's window while banking for landing)