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Old Feb 28, 2010, 2:30 AM   #1
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It's a stretch to call this 'architecture', but here it is. This house is in the Chinatown section of Barkerville, BC, which is a restored 19th Century mining town and a National Heritage Site. The house was awaiting restoration work and looked pretty rickety, so we didn't venture too close. ( I accidentally uploaded the second picture and can't figure out how to delete it. If anyone can fill me in, I'd appreciate it. thanks)
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Old Feb 28, 2010, 6:05 AM   #2
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Nice. You have en Edit button (down-right) where you can delete and... well, edit...
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Nice. You have en Edit button (down-right) where you can delete and... well, edit...
Thanks, Ordo. I don't know if it makes a difference, but I copy-and-paste IMG code from Photobucket to post pics. When I click the edit button there's no 'delete' option that I can see. I can erase text, but not the pic. Maybe I'm missing something (again). I'll try to be more carefull...
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Toshi,
Classic shot of the house. Noted that it was a bit soft maybe because of the low light.
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Yes you can delete the pick. Left click on the photo and use Del or Back keys and voilá, you can paste a new img.
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Yes you can delete the pick. Left click on the photo and use Del or Back keys and voilá, you can paste a new img.
Thanks, Ordo! That was easy!
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