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itsmejjj

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It was...

 

Hi friends :wink:

 

The location was "les pénitents, Les Mées"

 

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Les_M%C3%A9es_%28Alpes-de-Haute-Provence%29

 

On the Mees territory, is a very special geological formation, called the Penitents (classified site). This name comes from the shape of a mass of jagged rock beside the village, which evokes a group of monks wearing pointy hoods. Although the facade of Penitents evokes rock forms more or less conical, there is a set of tiny ridges and canyons, stopping simulans on a vertical plane. This course runs for approximately a mile, and the highest cliff reaches 114 meters.

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instructions

 

Hi friends :wink:

 

Sunny, I personnaly use tinypic.com to upload images and when done just select the last link in the bottom, copy, then past in the window called by "insert image" icon...

 

here are some other interresting links for picture hosting :

http://imageshack.us/

http://mabul.org/

http://www.easysharing.fr/

http://uppix.net/

http://www.hostingpics.net/

http://www.ciberupload.com/

http://www.imagerun.info/

 

 

Jjj, very beautifull shots ! indeed. Is Sunny right ?

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[still stuck on coping an image on the the posts any instructions please]

 

Hi sunny,

 

Right click on an image on a web site, click properties, copy the address of the URL, paste it in the reply to URL box of clicking on http://forums.iobit.com/images/editor/insertimage.gif figure, or simply right click on an image, copy and paste it in the reply box of the Forum.

 

If the image is not on a web page, and in your PC, simply attach it to the post, preview the post, click on the attached thumbnail, copy the address of the opened page, go back to the preview and use the procedure above with http://forums.iobit.com/images/editor/insertimage.gif.

 

Cheers.

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