Monday, September 24, 2012

Scrap Shopping And A Hitch Hiker

Well, here I am again using Blogpress! When I looked at my last post on my Kindle Fire, it didn't look quite as bad as it did on my laptop. Also, when you tap on the photo you get a better I'll have to put that caveat in my posts.

Went scrap shopping at the quilt shop in Jasper to stock up on scraps and did pretty good. Four and a half bags = 2.5 lb = 7.5 yd x $10/yd = $75 value. Spent $15 + tax...woohoo!!!

On the way home, I noticed the hitch hiker that had made its way into the car.

I pulled over and took a picture and tried to shoo him out of the car. Notice I said tried...

I had to stop at a friends house to look in on the cat and plants while they're on a cruise. Hopefully the little green guy ran for his life while the doors were left open.

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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Photo testing

This photo was taken and it went directly to the post...and it isn't showing up in iPhones camera roll.

Notice the black bars...

I took this picture with iPhone and then retrieved it from the camera roll.

It will be interesting to see if there will be any difference in quality.

All Blogpress posts so far has had pictures as large as Blogpress will allow (400 x 400).


What a hot mess this is...not at all what Blogpress preview was showing on iPhone.  I think part of the problem was that I had selected the first photo to be left justified and even though my text was below the photo, it jumped up to wrap around the photo.  The second photo from my phone's camera roll didn't offer a placement selection.

I could only straighten it out on Blogger because everything looks OK on phone (I'm leaving it like it first appeared).  Also, the ability of edit with you phone rotated didn't work...screen went blank and keyboard went away.

The picture quality is really crappy either way you insert a picture...looks like I wasted $5.00.

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Trying Blogpress Again

Can I get a picture to post?

Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rising Fawn, GA.

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Trying Blogpress