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A small picture does not always cut it!

A small picture of trees in the fog There are certain pictures which look fabulous full-screen, but are rather weak when sized down. The picture on the left - of the heath lands near Elveden in Norfolk, in the fog yesterday morning is one such. If you click here, you'll see it larger and in a new window.

(written 2008-04-21)

 
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  [3133] An image from a website that occasionally comes out as hyroglyphics - (2011-01-14)
  [2554] Adding retrospective ALT attributes to IMG - (2009-12-28)
  [1806] Dealing with overhead cables in a photograph - (2008-09-21)
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  [847] Image maps for navigation - a straightforward example - (2006-08-28)
  [665] PHP Image viewing application - (2006-04-01)
  [553] Keep that image small - (2006-01-03)
  [351] Is photoajustment an addiction? - (2005-06-18)


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