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    Default Testing pictures from Southwest Harbor, Me

    Susan and I are staying with a friend on Somes Sound while we visit her daughters on MDI. Can't think of a nicer place to be than waterfront on the Sound in Summer. Beautiful boats going past all day long. And one have info on these two beauties?




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    ok, well that didn't work. I'm one of those that lost everything thanks to Photobucket. Will keep trying....

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    couldn't get flicker to work. Will try facebook and see how that works.



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    Default Re: Testing pictures from Southwest Harbor, Me

    Farcebook will work for a while - but not longer term as they change the addresses.
    Someday, I'm going to settle down and be a grumpy old man.

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    Default Re: Testing pictures from Southwest Harbor, Me

    Quote Originally Posted by scottmacc View Post
    Susan and I are staying with a friend on Somes Sound while we visit her daughters on MDI. Can't think of a nicer place to be than waterfront on the Sound in Summer. Beautiful boats going past all day long. And one have info on these two beauties?
    Sorry, can't help you on the nice boats.

    You posted the host site web page for the image with this code:

    https://flic.kr/p/XmWTEC

    You need to do whatever equates to "View Image", so the address in browser window looks like this:

    https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4427/36336662012_ef047444d2.jpg

    Copy & paste that, put [img][/img] tags around it and.....






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    with what pleasure, what joy,
    you come into harbors seen for the first time...

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    Ok, that seems to work. Thank you.

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    You're welcome.
    Pretty country, pretty boats, look forward to seeing more.

    Hope the voyage is a long one.
    May there be many a summer morning when,
    with what pleasure, what joy,
    you come into harbors seen for the first time...

    Ithaka, by Cavafy
    (Keeley - Sherrard translation)

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    Default Re: Testing pictures from Southwest Harbor, Me

    this is an attempt to post using postimg.org


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    Fiberglass Bristol 29 designed by Halsey Herreshoff in the distance. Perhaps a Bud McIntosh sloop in the foreground.
    "... and the great shroud of the sea rolled on as it rolled five thousand years ago."

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    I didn't know about Postimg, thanks.
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