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Anyone Do Online Albums?

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by BilltheCat, Feb 6, 2005.

  1. BilltheCat

    BilltheCat Quieter Cat Millennium Member

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    You know, the pictures you put online that you show folks?

    I would love to see what some of you save and keep to show.

    Families, pets, work, cars, girlfreinds (wow), guns, locations, vacations, whatever is important to you.

    I want to learn how to see thru the eyes of life like you folks do.

    any takers?

    ;f
     
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    I find pbase to be far and away the best place for online albums even though they had a couple of hiccups recently. Here is my area there. I have 700+ photos online.
     

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    Thats what I am talking about. Piotr has a face that tells 100 stories. The places, the moods, the life. I have missed that and gonna start that kind of archiving.

    I liked your place!
     
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    Thanks. It is strange sometimes looking at photos of the same people 20-30 years later side by side (what about one's own?). I just wish I had preserved more of the old photographs.
     
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    I've just started one at smugmug... Not much to it yet. It's got a mix of photos from my point & shoot Fuji and my new Canon 300D.

    Have look you'd like:

    http://sfp180.smugmug.com/

    ;)
     
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    Thanks for the link. My wife and I are going to look into it.;c
     
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    awesome pics spin! I really like the croton. What is theat watch like? seems very nice but never heard ot them.
     
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    Thanks!

    It's a fairly nice watch... I suppose. That is, I don't know much about the world of timepieces, but by my judgement it seems to be a good watch. It appears to be well made, and it keeps time quite well. Has a lifetime warranty too. It was intended to be a Christmas gift for my dad, but didn't quite work out... it's a strange situation. Anyway, I decided to keep it rather than return it. I like it, but don't really wear it much. I've worn my big, old, beat to hell Casio G-Shock for nearly eleven years now and I feel weird wearing a smallish, shiney, fancy lookin' watch. ;g ;f

    As to Croton, they've been around for quite a while, since 1878 I believe. My limited experience is that they're a decent 'mid-level' watch; not a Rolex, TAG Heuer, etc., but a bit higher-end than your standard Timex or Casio. I honestly don't know much else about them or what public opinion is on them, though. My mom has one that I gave her many years ago and it's still going strong.