Let's see your bike

Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.

  1. pierce

    pierce Aven'Tourer

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  2. rxcrider

    rxcrider Long timer

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    there ya go

    I went to the page where you can view all sizes

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/82355254@N06/8080142900/sizes/z/in/photostream/

    I picked the medium size and then just right clicked on the image, went to properties and copied the .jpg address

    I pasted that into the image box here

    Hope that makes sense and helps you in the future
  3. airdale7

    airdale7 Been here awhile

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    ok, thats my pic. now how did you get it to show up there?
  4. airdale7

    airdale7 Been here awhile

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    I stopped in a parking lot to have lunch and was suddenly surrounded by this group of (future) adventure bikers. They really made my day. I love kids!


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    Thanks for your help with the pics guys. Stop by the restaurant sometime and lunch is on me.
  5. Goldie05

    Goldie05 Fast George

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    That's why I stopped using Flickr, they changed the rules a couple of years ago and now it's just too much trouble to embed pictures on other sites. I don't use them anymore.

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  6. airdale7

    airdale7 Been here awhile

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    So that leads into my next question...Which service do you use now?
  7. thumpididump

    thumpididump MacGyver

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    For posting photos on forums like ADVRider, I use photobucket.com

    It's free, and it works well enough for what it is. I usually upload low resolution photos at 800 x 600 pixels because I only use photobucket for linking to the files. For having online storage of my digital photos that I want to keep, then it's worth paying for a more professional service like SmugMug.
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    motocopter new place explorer

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    +1 on Photobucket. :wink:
  9. Goldie05

    Goldie05 Fast George

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    Photobucket for posting pictures on forums, smugmug for my professional site and Google+/Picasa for all personal and public albums :)

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  10. pierce

    pierce Aven'Tourer

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    smugmug for all of the above. any pic you post to smugmug is available in a wide range of sizes for embedding, if you don't block embedding in the albums privacy options.

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  11. Touratuff

    Touratuff Ducatiwi

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    Been trying to add pics for a couple of weeks to no avail, but your recent posts have helped.
    Now just listed on Photobucket and got this to work. Now just need to work out how to do the sizing.
    At least its a positive start.:clap
    Thanks you guys.
    My original post can be found on 'Day trippin' under the same title as above, gives a bit of background.
    I will now experiment with the rest of my pics
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  12. ar1814

    ar1814 Been here awhile

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  13. EggChaser

    EggChaser Been here awhile

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    I think you somehow embedded the thumbnail image as the actual image is this size
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    BTW nice ride.
  14. airdale7

    airdale7 Been here awhile

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    Nice work, let's see more pics of NZ
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    idalzate n00b

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    My mule...
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  16. Sunny B

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    The shovel is almost identical to the work I'm doing to my FXDB. Looks beatiful man. I'm just waiting for my tax return in the spring
  17. CharlesLathe

    CharlesLathe Been here awhile

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    If I did this right, there might be a photo of Bearshark when we pulled off the road to take his 50,000 mile photo.

    Regards, Chuck
  18. Touratuff

    Touratuff Ducatiwi

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    My recent rides have been out to our coasts, these tend to wild windswept places inhabitited by rugged farmers and woolly sheep. The North Island landscape is very different to our South Island, most famous of course for The Lord of The Rings and soon The Hobbit. I gather this forum is supposed to be mainly of bikes so will limit to just a few without the bike.
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    Road tryes on loose gravel certainly improves rider skills. I had not ridden on gravel for something like 40years so extremely rusty. Confidence will come as more hours spent on the loose stuff.
    I know the Monster is not your usual ride for unpaved roads but then I have never been a conformist.
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    This part of the South East Wairarapa coast looking out to the Pacific Ocean on a good day in early Spring.
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    Looking back the way we came. There is only about 25km or so of the gravel section so not difficult to negoiate.
    The End of this road was 166km from home so a good day's ride, the sealed section are just gorgeous. Little traffic so able to blast along the windy bits where the Duc' excells.
    This one is the smallest of the Monsters, only 400cc but fuel injected. Would love to get a Multistrada though.
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    Looking South East towards the coastal mountain range.
    Rode onto the grassed area and immediately lost traction as still very wet and soft from the winter rains.

    Will download photo's from last weekend ride to our South coast near the countries capital Wellington.
    And as you can see I figured out how to get the sizing right.
    Hope you enjoy these.:nod
  19. Johnny4x4

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    My new to me 2011 GS Adventure

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  20. airdale7

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