What to do when it's the weekend for the Vancouver Motorcycle Show and you don't go. I just didn't feel like driving 4 hours to Abbotsford, BC by myself when I had nothing to buy
Saturday morning found myself trying to find a way to unlock my Yahoo email account
It started a couple of weeks ago when I started to receive notifications from Yahoo that attempts were being made to access my account from the USA. As I don't live in the USA, I doubt it was me. I decided to ignore these messages even though I kept receiving them
I couldn't figure out why I hadn't received any Yahoo emails for a couple of days and then I received notification that my Yahoo account was "locked". I wanted a way for others to contact me and for that I use either Yahoo or Hotmail. It took a while but eventually Yahoo sent an ID code to my phone which I used to "unlock" my account and I had to reconfigure my Google Nexus 7 tablet and iPhone as this is what I generally use to read my emails.
Oh, before I forget . . . I found a link for some FREE software which you may like. You can either use it as a stand-alone application (Mac or PC), or it interfaces with other programs such as Photoshop. Here is the LINK I am not afflicated with this Company and you can either use it or not use it but their FREE offer expires on January 28th and after that you will have to pay $99. US to try it out. I follow a few photo forums and that is where I found Perfect Effects 8 . If you click on the link you will see what this program does. It is full featured and takes the guess work out of many functions of Photoshop without knowing how to do them.
To take advantage of this FREE offer you have to click "add to cart" but the price will be Zero $0.00 You then fill out your email address and they will email you the activation code. In their email there will be two download links to either download the MAC or PC versions
I wanted to do down to False Creek and snap a few panorama photos
I have always been drawn to this footbridge. It is so photogenic
It seemed like a warm day. It was about 11°c (51.8°F) and nearly shirt sleeve weather when in the sun, but it was cold in the shade
BC Place Stadium in the background and we are on the South Shore of False Creek
We also have very big birds in the area
and that's Science World in the background
and this is my first attempt at a full 360° spherical panorama. Feel free to use the navigation tools to move around and zoom in and out
I'm having problems embeding the image so click THIS LINK