Sunday, September 28, 2008

Blue Hydrangea in Spring City

I took this photograph of a blue hydrangea on the side of the road in Spring City, Tennessee this past week. I am going there 2 nights a week to be with my husband. Since I work evening shift I go out in the mornings to photograph whatever catches my eye. This hygrangea did, and I have some more photographs to share, but I was going to try this one first as my first download since getting this new computer. Because of having trouble with the sizing it took it as long to download as when I was on dialup. Sure am glad I did not get this computer while I was still on dialup, I would have given up blogging totally. Still working on how to do this. Have now downloaded Picasa3, and it is better than either of the other 2 I was trying to use with Vista, but I still do NOT find a resize.

9 comments:

mirage2g said...

Beautiful! they always are!

Darla said...

Beautiful flower. DO NOT give up, I would miss your blog more than I can put into words.

Dorothy said...

Leedra,
Try this: Double click on the Picasa icon on your desktop.
Then at the top click on 'Tools'
When that screen comes up go to the bottom and click on 'Options', then when that comes up click the e-mail tab and go down to 'output options' and choose size 640 pixels and save or ok. That should resize everything that leaves your computer from Picasa. Hope this helps.

fishing guy said...

Leedra: What a beautiful color on the flower.

Shellmo said...

A gorgeous - perfect looking hydrangea!

Gardener's Garden said...

Leedra this is truly the most beautiful shade of blue I have ever seen...wonderful photo!

troutbirder said...

Really. Please don't give up. The flowers and scenes are gorgeous. I really like blue hydrangeas but our limey sould turns them sicly pink and not vibrant blue. Oh well...

The Tile Lady said...

Absolutely stunning! I had to leave my hydrangea behind when we moved out of the house and was so sad to do so....this one is beautiful! Hang in there with the computer!

Jen said...

beautiful!
When I clicked on the picture it was Large. Larger than your previous pictures.