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Tulip field (how to post photos from Flickr)

This is a test to see if I can post flicker photos. This is a tulip field in Oregon.
It did not come through as an image, here is the link.

[url]https://www.flickr.com/photos/tomfifield1/4138682942/[/url]

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I went to the flickr site and Ctrl-Cmd mouse clicked (I believe this is Right Mouse Click for Windows users) over the photo, which got me a pull-down menu. Selecting the Copy Image Location got me the link needed to post the image. Pasting it in the message, high-lighting/selecting it, then clicking the Img button in the message toolbox got me the code needed:

Code: Select all

[img]https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2568/4138682942_fbaf0a11e7.jpg[/img]
Which displays as shown below:
[img]https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2568/4138682942_fbaf0a11e7.jpg[/img]

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Oh thanks Applestar now I know how, this was my first try as I am some what new to flicker. I have a Mac my self.

I thought the folks here would like the picture of such a nice garden.

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Very nice! Are those the fields up north in the Valley? If so, I've seen iris fields in that area, too. :)
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They are east of Woodburn. You can look the place up it is called the wooden shoe bulb company.

Another picture I took at that location.

[img]https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2544/4137918797_f8c6a7fc3f_m.jpg[/img]

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Some more photos of the tulips.

[img]https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2539/4138678506_f81a74e1a0_m.jpg[/img]
[img]https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2690/4138680290_5b99e9600b_m.jpg[/img]
[img]https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2779/4137912867_0772d59deb_m.jpg[/img]

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Those fields have always been one of my favorite sights! Years ago, my SO had relatives who farmed in the Woodburn area, and we'd drive up to visit them at least a couple times a month. It's a beautiful area. Nice! :)
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Yes I love going out to them, I live not all that far away just past Estacada in Eagle Creek so it is not so far to drive.

This photo is of another field of flowers not far from the tulips.

[img]https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3450/3934357818_ac1b2f367d_m.jpg[/img]

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Down here, we seem primarily to grow grass seed. I won't bother posting any pice of the fields. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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