Too often I see ONLY close-ups of flowers. I especially like this one for showing me the overall scene and your shooting location.
WOW! That's amazing. Wonder how long it took to make that?
OOPS! ... I DO always read the challenge rules and don't know how I missed the captalized word "MAMMAL" but I did and posted a bird photo. SORRY!
Images of the Northern Lights have always captivated me. Even with no chance of ever experiencing or photographing them I very much enjoyed your well written article. And the photos .... WOW! Thanks so much for the best I've ever seen!
I used ACDSee 2.43 FOR YEARS, but with Win 7 64bit I started having trouble managing folders, directories, ... they wouldn't delete properly. I've changed to FastStone Image Viewer for my photo file management tasks, but it really needs some upgrading of basic file views. Report view they call it. Detail view in other file managers. It's locked to a starting view with a huge area for the file name, but all the other info columns are scrunched to the far right of my screen. I constantly have to drag 'em out so I can see them and make them useful. Depending on my purpose I like to vary my sort between file name and date. Their fixed layout makes basic management functions difficult.
I WISH ACDSee had a up to date (64 bit) inexpensive version with FAST viewing and useful photo file management capabilities based on tree file structure. Like others I do not need fancy edit features as I've got Photoshop for that.
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