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Young Yellow-crowned Night Heron at Laguna Seca in Belize
Nyctanassa nycticorax

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maybe he reformatted it, but the size fit/worked on my little lap top screen.

Hummm its 900 pixels, I centered it . is the problem that you have to scroll over because its center screen?
do you have a 15inch screen?
that would make it 800 pixels.

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I got this memo from lj, it might be just what you need.

"Persistent style=mine for Paid Users

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This is gorgeous! I'm loving your bird pics!

aside from being just a gorgeous photo and gorgeous bird, it's so incredibly clear!

It was a rainy day in the rainforest. a lucky shot

I've been reading about Photo Shop tricks for 'Smart Sharpen'
It works well for images seen as jpeg.
you make it the same size it will be displayed before you use Smart Sharpen then you don't get ugly artifacts.

Your page looks like you and your camera are outside a lot. nice shots.

Great work! Very very nice!

Thanks, I'm having a good time and the camera is taking me places I would never go otherwise.
This is the lake he was on.
Doesn't look like a lake its called Laguna Seca, what means Dry Lagoon.
full of crocks.

Do you use the 'Smart Sharpen' filter from Photo Shop on your photography?

To view an image online invariably. A photos for print usually do not require such processing.

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