Saturday, 7 April 2012






Here are three photos from the thousand or so taken on my trip to Italy.  My daughter has been fiddling around, but I am yet to be convinced that all this effort is worth the results, and I may never do this ever again.

Previously I was able to find photos, put them in the appropriate size and insert them in the blog, but this has all been a fearful fiddle and I am not sure I will ever try to do it again.  I am yet to be convinced by alleged technological improvements, especially when they take twenty times as long and are not even remotely intuitive. I feel like grumping along to Apple and having a really big whinge. Although my daughter says that my camera has taken much better photographs - you note that the photographer gets absolutely no credits (and rightly so) the whole process of trying to work out how and what to do has put me into tantrum mode.

Thanks, Karen, for your advice about inserting photos, but my computer recognised none of it.

 The first photo is of the island of Stromboli, taken as we flew to Reggio, Calabria. The second two are of the aqueduct near Rome.

3 comments:

VioletSky said...

Sometimes, I think having printed copies of all my photos would make it easier to sort. But then, I still have many, many that have never been sorted and put into any album and are just left in their envelopes...

The Elephant's Child said...

So, so beautiful. Thank you.

Relatively Retiring said...

Oh yes, well worth the effort!