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A fortunate accident

Going through pictures of our Geek Cruise for our newsletter, I skipped over an insignificant looking photo of the Colliseum at Ephesus.

Ephesus left me wordless in awe that day - an ancient city lost to to an earthquake and the undergrowth a millennium and more; excavation and exploration started 70 or 80 years ago and it was out of this world to see. But somehow the pictures didn't do it justice. Seeing the same picture a little larger and it starts to look a little more spectacular. In this great Coliseum, which is just a tiny part of Ephesus, they've now held modern day concerts with famous names such as Elton John providing the music.


I still can't give you the impression of that place from the pictures. There's places where pictures can give you a true impression, then others where they are merely a factual record - recording what the head saw rather than what the heart felt. And I thought that Ephesus was going to be one of those.

Then, a fortunate accident. I think I clicked a button that I didn't intend to in my iPhoto package. Oops - what HAD I done? Changed my screen saver. Stonework and people pointing out from behind windows - oh sh**. But - clear the windows, and for the first time a little of the heart of the picture is showing ... 17" wide screen laptop LCD to the fore.

Do you want to see that picture full screen? It's a lotta bytes ... but here's a link to it if you would like to see. Please feel free to grab it out of your browser and use it as a screen saver too. And let us know if you recognise anyone - it's a big picture but a small world, and stranger things have happened!

(written 2005-02-27, updated 2008-05-16)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
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  [288] Colour blindness for web developers - (2005-04-22)
  [319] Accommodation and landing pages - (2005-05-21)
  [345] Spotting a denial of service attack - (2005-06-12)
  [352] Improved mining techniques! - (2005-06-19)
  [391] One mans pleasure is another mans poison - (2005-07-26)
  [510] Dynamic Web presence - next generation web site - (2005-11-29)
  [556] Colour doesn't have to mean colourful - (2006-01-06)
  [649] Denial of Service ''attack'' - (2006-03-17)
  [718] Protecting images from theft - (2006-05-12)
  [795] Remember a site's non-technical issues too - (2006-07-07)
  [823] An excellent use for a visitor count? - (2006-08-05)
  [859] Put the answer in context - it may be printed - (2006-09-08)
  [918] Databases needn't be frightening, hard or expensive - (2006-11-08)
  [1015] Search engine placement - long term strategy and success - (2006-12-30)
  [1047] Maintainable code - some positive advice - (2007-01-21)
  [1054] UK legal requirements for your commercial web site - (2007-01-27)
  [1353] Mood shots - (2007-09-16)
  [1598] Every link has two ends - fixing 404s at the recipient - (2008-04-02)
  [2214] Global Index to help you find resources - (2009-06-01)
  [3517] Tags used in writing this blog - (2011-11-12)
  [3563] How big is a web page these days? Does the size of your pages matter? - (2011-12-26)
  [3589] Promoting a single one of your domains on the search engines - (2012-01-22)


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