Server upgrade

Note: Most images published here will be unavailable shortly and until about 1AM tomorrow morning, Saturday, 06/03/2010. This is to allow for upgrade and maintenance work on my image server. Apologies for the inconvenience.

Best of New Zealand Geographic Photographic Exhibition

Best of New Zealand Geographic Photographic ExhibitionStopping in Taupo for lunch today I notice the rather large ‘rustic’ and somewhat surreal sign for the Best of New Zealand Geographic Photographic Exhibition. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to visit the exhibition which I understand was showing close by at the Taupo Great Lakes Centre.

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The Keys and Obamas

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama pose for a photo during a reception at the Metropolitan Museum in New York with T.R.H. John Key, M.P. Prime Minister of New Zealand and his wife Mrs. Bronagh Key, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

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dIGITAL EYEs

Celebrated this Sunday afternoon in Cambridge at Deli on the Corner in Victoria Street – the exhibition opening of dIGITAL EYEs – the work of six Cambridge photographers. Characterful and colourful the Deli on the Corner café – one of Cambridge’s most popular – is home to much visual delight. Above photographer and Cambridge Edition editor Ann Huston – one of the six – with her work – “Flying High” – a photograph taken during Armistice in Cambridge last year. Ann tells me the plane is a Pitts S2S Special piloted by Noel Cruse.

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On-line backup | Photo gallery

Amazon S3, Deviant Art, Flickr Pro, ImageShack, Mozy, Photoshelter, Picasa, RedBubble, Smugmug, Zenfolio.

This is a list of some on-line storage options for digtal media. The list is random and the services offered may not match one another. If you are looking for on-line storage these are a starting point. Of course you can use your Facebook or other social networking account to share and store images. My need is for backup and display. My choice Zenfolio.

PS If you do want to sign up to Zenfolio quote this HSU-YMW-KNV and you will (me too) receive a small discount.

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