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Sucker for reflections and repeating geometry. Erratic uploader but always taking more pics. Now more behind than ever thanks to several recent work trips.

Currently shooting with a Panasonic DMC-TZ3, which has all the zoom I could ever need, but lacks some other refinements. It'll do until there's an affordable SLR with enormo-zoom that I can fit in my pocket; watching the Four Thirds consortium with interest ...

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Guggenheim it ain't

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24th Jun 2008, 22:36   | tags:,,

nige says:

well seen! where was this then? obviously not NY!

24th Jun 2008, 23:11

itchymoblog says:

Sadly, not NY. Bog-standard Manchester car park ;o)

24th Jun 2008, 23:13

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24th Jun 2008, 23:56

nige says:

thats was me.

25th Jun 2008, 07:54

itchymoblog says:

Ah, okay! Didn't recognise you with your anonyhat on ;o)

25th Jun 2008, 07:56

nige says:

love your new title, btw!

25th Jun 2008, 08:02

itchymoblog says:

Thanks! I was trying to work out how to make it bigger but haven't really got my head around the different layouts/styles.

25th Jun 2008, 08:22

nige says:

actually i'm not sure how to do that myself.

25th Jun 2008, 08:23

itchymoblog says:

That's okay, thanks anyway! I'll work on it :)

25th Jun 2008, 08:24

nige says:

if you run a search on "CSS" in the forums you'll find a lot of helpful stuff.

one thing you can do which is quite simple is to change your header / banner at the top of the page. if you insert the following in your styles box, changing the height and url values to match your image size and location:

#masthead {
height: 165px;
background: transparent url('');

might be of interest, anyway.

25th Jun 2008, 08:32

itchymoblog says:

Thanks! Will need to look at this in more depth, I think - CSS isn't something I've dabbled in much. Cheers!

26th Jun 2008, 08:00

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