My Africa Pictues 1st 1/2

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Feb 10th, 2006, 11:29 AM
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My Africa Pictues 1st 1/2

www.waynehazle.com/eastafrica/

Now that I finished my travel journal and sent that out to friends, I am now uploading my pictures to my web site. I am pretty much tossing them up there by brute force. I used an app called Batch It! Ultra to reduce my pictures and generate pages. I have seen some elegant well designed sites up there. My site will lack a lot of the finesse, but the pictures are there, the links will hopefully work.

I know I need to fix the formatting of paragraphs on some of the infom pages. If I were so *&^%$# lazy I would learn to do style sheets. I also almost certainly won't be doing captions, but feel free to sk me about any picture that interests you.

Dubai, Masai Mara, Aberdares, Nakuru and Amboseli. Also check out the Sony digital pictures for just a sampler of everything. In the next week or so I will work on Serengeti, Crater and Rwanda.

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Feb 10th, 2006, 11:32 AM
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C'mon Wayne, WE. WANT. CAPTIONS.



I actually have to do some work right now, but you can bet I'll be tearing my way through your photos as soon as I get a minute. I'm looking forward to it.
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Feb 10th, 2006, 12:41 PM
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Can't wait to see them, if they are some of the same ones you sent me last week, they were fabulous! I too have to wait until I finish work tonight to see them, but you bet I will as asoon as I finish my 'have-to-work-to-earn-money-for-safari' stuff....
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Feb 10th, 2006, 07:38 PM
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That has worked out fine Wayne. Really easy and lots of fun to browse. Personally I think you reduced the pictures a little too much but I'm an ungrateful #$&*, who should just say thank you.

Oh, and the Aberdares story IS true so far as I know - even the part about him being a pastor!
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Apr 3rd, 2006, 08:22 AM
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I recall these excellent gorilla pictures. Must have seen them from another link too.

Now my motivation is more than pretty pictures. I am seeking camera capabilities. Did you say this was a Sony camera? Sony what?

Thanks
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Apr 3rd, 2006, 01:02 PM
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The funny thing is most of the gorilla pictures were taken with an old Penta point and zoom camera. Most digital were taken with one of the Kodak Easy Share cameras.

My film cameras were a Nikon N70 & Canon EOS Rebel.

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