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  1. #41
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    Smile Bees Wax Jewelry Casting

    http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/j...tos/rings8.jpg
    http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/j...tos/rings7.jpg http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/j...tos/rings6.jpg
    http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/j...tos/rings5.jpg
    http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/j...tos/rings4.jpg
    http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/j...tos/rings3.jpg
    http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/j...tos/rings2.jpg
    http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/j...tos/rings1.jpg

    I used my bees wax for a lost wax jewelry casting for my wedding rings.
    you can see the gold before it
    was melted. there is a large 14kt broken necklace, some 18kt
    broken earings and small chains, and some 24kt gold ingots. worked
    out to be all 18kt when melted together. then you can see the wax
    casting i made from my original carvings.... then my wife left with the camera
    so there are no pics of over a ounce of melted gold in the
    crucible. that was wild looking. and no pics of the pouring of the
    gold. but there are pics of the casting after they came out of the mold and then
    what they looked like finished. i tought myself jewlry casting in
    3 months and just finished them 2 days before we left for key west to get married.
    bought books and supplies online. my ring has a small casting flaw,
    but her's has 2 and one is pretty bad, so i'm gonna melt her's and recast it in a few months
    once she will let me have it back for a few days. i'll prolly just
    leave mine as is. hope the pics work. i'm not that computer savvy.
    -M@

  2. #42
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    Default oops

    looks like i shoulda started a new thread with this .... i was trying to fig. out how to post pics. i'll do that now
    -M@

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    I like the cooker near by. Makes a lot of sense!!!!
    larry

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  5. #45
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    Default test

    hey, i thought i would never get this. but i found that photobucket already had a place to do this. i went to the box that said img code. it has the address already to use. it copies automatically. then just left click on a reply or new thread to set cursor, then right click and then left click on paste. check preview. thanks flathead you have probably released a monster

    "Any fool can learn, the trick is to understand - Einstein"

  6. #46
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    My just built and occupied 33 bar top bar Tanzanian hive.
    Just moved the bees that were in typical Langs right in.
    Hot today so the severe bearding outside.

    http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...Picture008.jpg
    Last edited by Bizzybee; 03-14-2009 at 04:50 PM. Reason: http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=225753"

  7. #47
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Fischer View Post



    And if that's not all, here's me on a bike!

    ..........__o
    ... ..... \<
    ..... (_)/(_)
    Lordy... we are not in the 60's and yet... you are still riding a 3 speed.

  8. #48
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    Default pic


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    Default pic


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    Default test

    Last edited by Bizzybee; 03-14-2009 at 04:24 PM. Reason: image size to large 640x480 max

  11. #51
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    NICE stove!
    “The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams.” -Henry David Thoreau

  12. #52
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    Nevermind all that. I did a web search and discovered that a lot of folks had the same problem I did with picasa web. I hosted the pics elsewhere and all is good now. --Troy


    I have tried to use the picasa photo service with google, and am having several problems with it.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    First is that even though it offers a link to the photo, it does not work as it does not have the .jpg suffix on it. So I selected view picture and copied the URL diectly into the img tag here on beesource. It worked fine.

    This am I got to work and decided to take a look at it, and it only loads the first img tag, not the 2nd and 3rd?

    I edited the posting and copied the img tag into a new window, and it works fine. I'm stumped.
    Last edited by Troy; 09-15-2008 at 11:38 AM.
    Troy

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    Default

    Last edited by Bizzybee; 03-14-2009 at 04:25 PM. Reason: image size to large 640x480 max

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    Default Re: Ok, So How Do We Post Pictures?

    test a photo. This was caught 6/12/10.[IMG]

    http://i847.photobucket.com/albums/a...3/HPIM0169.jpg
    Last edited by honeyman46408; 06-18-2010 at 03:54 AM. Reason: test is to large read posting guide lines

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    Default Re: Ok, So How Do We Post Pictures?

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  17. #57
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    Default Re: Ok, So How Do We Post Pictures?

    Well, I have seen this question several times while reading the posts, and some of them are recent! Here it's July 2010, so I might have some answers for you expert beekeepers, but novice/intermediate computer users.

    Computers and other Internet appliances download the information in any file that's displayed on the monitor or screen of the appliance you use. Computer programs have different ways of doing the same thing depending on the machine you use, but usually start with a string of code in the file itself telling the Operating System, Windows, OSx, Linux, etc, what that file is. The OS then decides how to render it.

    Since we are trying to upload an image, the program we use is the Internet browser we are reading the forum in. Internet browsers download information from other computers on the Internet, and display that information according to instructions laid down by a format page of some kind, in this case a page using BBCode, or Bulletin board code. This code then tells the browser to download and display information on the forum pages according to the instructions.

    Since we want to display an image, we need to place the information that makes the image file in a repository where an Internet server can access it. The source is not really important, there are sites that host image files for free. If you have a web site, you could use that. Next you need to direct the post or reply using BBCode to instruct the computer/server to display the image on the forum page. Tools for doing these functions are found at the top of the editing window when writing a post.



    The Syntax for this instruction is :

    [IMG]URL of image file[/IMG]

    Using the bracket, typing in ALL CAPS the letters IMG, and then a close bracket instructs the forum server that the data in this location is an image.

    A URL is an Abbreviation for User Resource Locator or a fancy way of saying the Internet address. http:// tells the server the request is for a HyperText Transfer Protocol. This usually directs the browser to the domain, directory(s), and file respectively. An example would be:

    http://www.captainchicken.com/pictures/chewed.jpg

    The largest size allowed in this forum is 640 pixels wide, and 480 pixels high. That and any size smaller will be displayed. Further conditions are 72 dpi, or Dots Per Inch, which is usually what monitor screens display images at. Full instructions for posting images on this forum can be found here.

    The bracket, front slash, and IMG in caps, then the end bracket tells the server the file is then done and to go to the next bit of markup formatting. Both IMG tags can be ignored, but then the server will render the code using [url] and [/url] to display a clickable link, unless that option is unchecked below.

    The Clickable link will then take you to a browser window displaying the data called for, in this case an image. Instructions to parse the code in the post will then display the image in the post or reply.


  18. #58
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    Big Grin Re: Ok, So How Do We Post Pictures?

    So how do I put pics in here?

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    Big Grin Re: Ok, So How Do We Post Pictures?

    I'm using an I phone not a pc.

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    Default Re: Ok, So How Do We Post Pictures?

    How about reading the thread!
    Regards, Barry

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