Your Office Window

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  1. limerickman

    limerickman Moderator

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    Used the digital yesterday and took two photos.
    Photos were 486kbs each -
    Tried loading them as an attachment and got a message that the files (photos) were too big to be attached !
     


  2. MountainPro

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    they have to be less than 100Kb

    dont you have an image editing program there on your PC? Photoshop or something..
     
  3. jhuskey

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    I took this one last fall just around the bend from my house.
     
  4. limerickman

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    Pro,

    Did some editing using "paintbox" and my original photo lost a lot of it's profile but here is a shot from my office window at 5.15pm
    yesterday :
     
  5. zapper

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    Hey husk..very nice...Don't have any beautiful mountain ranges in my neck of the woods...But here's my back yard...
     
  6. zapper

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    nice shot...you work at home?
     
  7. limerickman

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    I can work from home or the office (remote access).
     
  8. limerickman

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    Looks like a nicely maintained back garden, there Zapper.

    Very nice and tranquil looking as well.
     
  9. jhuskey

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    Very nice landscaping!
    This is my side driveway. I much prefer it to my main driveway which is made of asphalt with the exception of using my bike on it.
     
  10. limerickman

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    Wow.

    Where you live looks like a lovely part of the world, JH.
     
  11. zapper

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    Thanks lim..However, it is short lived...once my new place is completed I have to start all over again and a much bigger yard to maintain....I'll post a pic of the new property but it is not much to look at...yet. So, is that pic you posted is from your office or home?..I guess I pictured you working within a city environment...
     
  12. zapper

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    Very very nice...You couldn't get me to go to work if I had that view!
     
  13. limerickman

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    That particular picture is from my office (den) at home at 17.15hrs.

    I do work in the city and the view from there would be a concrete jungle.
     
  14. zapper

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    Ah ha...thought so. Looks like you have a tranquil view as well. Yes, my office doesn't have any windows at all. So, no view just pics of mrs. zapper and the kids...
     
  15. FredC

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    Sounds like a suite in the State Pen.
     
  16. FredC

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    They do have a lot of prisoners to keep it looking nice.
     
  17. birdman23

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    Wow. I would love to live on a lake. It would be ridiculously expensive to live on one of the two lakes in Utah. (That was an exaggeration but not by much! Not too many lakes here or trees.)
     
  18. zapper

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    Yeah...heres my back porch or I mean the "social hall" when my family come to visit me, we talk on little phones while they stand outside and push their faces to the glass :rolleyes:
     
  19. jhuskey

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    It is a nice area but unfortunately it is not a secrect and about 11 million tourists a year come through here so the trafiic is a little aggravating at times.
    I do live away from the city but have to go through the traffic on my way to work.
     
  20. jhuskey

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    TVA ,"The Tennessee Valley Authority for those that are not familiar" built several dams throughout the South during the late 30's as part of Rossevelts "New Deal Project".
    They provided power for new industry at that time and more recently recreation, but yes it was our dream to build a place on the lake, which we did a little over 4 years ago.

    It ain't heaven but it ain't bad.
     
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