L-A PC: Layer, player, slayer

The post with a rather mysterious title, just wordplay really, contains several layered photos from here and there, Italy and Slovenia, as is my habit, because Amy told us to be “layered” for Lens-Artists challenge this week.

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Since I discovered a beautiful new way of presenting my photos yesterday, I recommend that you view this post (and future ones) in two ways: first you go through the photos reading the captions, and then you click on the last photo and view the photos again in a colourful gallery.

(At least on the big screen; I tried it earlier on my phone and when I clicked on a photo, a weird cylinder appeared in the middle of the screen spoiling the view.)

The first image below is the screenshot of a photo from my yesterday’s post when viewed in the new gallery. Colour me imPressed, WordPress!

The rest are various shots (not sh*ts, I’m still giggling at a comment to Norm’s latest Thursday Doors) that could be considered layered if equipped with the suitable presentation which I aspire to provide.

Why do I sound like a politician?

In other news, it’s hot. Insects (flying ants?) have taken over and they swarm around happily. Be like flying ants.

For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Amy at THE WORLD IS A BOOK…: Layered

35 thoughts on “L-A PC: Layer, player, slayer

    1. Ahh, Dan, thanks but do you mean to say that now photos are much smaller on your phone, if you view them in the gallery? Or also if viewed normally, with captions? Because they are the same size when I upload them as before. Do you have to enlarge each to see it at all?

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      1. No, it’s just that the photos in the blog are the width of my phone, so they can’t get any bigger when I view them in the gallery. In the gallery, I don’t see any text above or below, but they can’t get any bigger.

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  1. ”Be like flying ants!” 😁👍 I don’t even know what Swiss chard is. Does it come frozen or preserved? If not, they probably don’t sell it here. (Ok, I’m exaggerating a bit.) And maybe it’s good your house isn’t on the tourist board’s posters/maps 😂😂😂😂 Or else you’d have a line knocking on your door!

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    1. Hihih, SMSW! Well, I didn’t mean my house but our entire community (30 houses or so) is missing from that map which is strange because all other houses seem to be included. Swiss chard is also called silver beet or bietola/bieta in Italian. It does come frozen as well so have a look. 😀 Thanks!

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  2. Swiss chard grows so easily that I once had a bountiful supply just from my tiny urban backyard. I found myriad ways to use it. By the way, I am on my laptop and it is not coming through as well; I will have to switch to the big 27 inch screen to properly view your photos. But using the Reader, rather than trying to access you through email seems to work better.

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    1. Thank you so much, Su Leslie, for strolling around my blog and deciding to stick around. It means a lot since I’m a fan of how you do it. Sometimes I get lost a little but always find my way back to your pages. 🙂 I wish you much joy and always welcome.

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