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It might be easier just to go to my Profile Page and click on my Google Map. I have this mountain view marked as “Sites-Doi Yao” on my map. This particular reservoir is marked as “Sites-Reservoir at Mae Pao”. Clicking many of my markers or labels will show you an image as well as the location. If you have any difficulty finding what you want just let me know.

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villagefarang...some great pics. Do you have the colours set to vivid on your camera?

I am planning to visit Chiang Rai in October, and am trying to book a 5 day bicycle tour in the region at the moment.

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Did you ride your bicycle all the way up that hill?

Whew! ! !

No, I took the Ninja 650 out for a little run. I don’t ride much this time of year and I worry about the battery going dead on me, so it seemed like a short trip between thunderstorms might be in order. I have tried it on the Trek but didn’t get too far. It’s just too steep for me in places. I have seen others do it though.

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villagefarang...some great pics. Do you have the colours set to vivid on your camera?

I am planning to visit Chiang Rai in October, and am trying to book a 5 day bicycle tour in the region at the moment.

I shoot in RAW and then run it through Aperture to compensate for the shortcomings of my pocket camera.thumbsup.gif Let us know if you are successful planning your trip.smile.png
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Again wow those last ones are really something.

Sure the hill is steep but I think the heat and humidity would be the real killer.

Meanwhile, I've been feeling a bit of a freeloader in this thread. I am just figuring out how to get pics off of my phone onto my computer and was thinking of posting a sunset pic from a few blocks from my house in San Diego.

But it is actually off-topic, just that I am learning how to do it ! And to use photobucket !

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I find flickr a friendlier means of storing photos online and posting them on websites and forums.

I used to use Picasa a lot but for some reason photos started disappearing off my online file. ermm.gif

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Hi!

If you use Windows live photo Gallery,you can send them as mail,and upload them to Windows Skydrive,Flikr,Youtube,Facebook and Windows Live.

Alone on Windows Skydrive you have 25GB free storage of files and photoes-free to share by Email or a link.

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Thanks Brian, I'll look into it.

I tried it a few years ago but had a couple of problems so gave up on it, probably too easily, but I like the sound of some of those features.

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