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Old Apr 13, 2012, 11:46 AM   #1
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We went from zero snow to this overnight. It's work, but beautiful. Could someone tell me how to get text in-between pictures?
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Old Apr 13, 2012, 12:25 PM   #2
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#1 just sums it up. I feel for you - that is one long Winter ! I like #3 too.
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That first shot is really neat, sorry can't help with the text

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I know what you mean about the snow - we had some too. It's nice that we are getting some, just not used to it being this late.

The only way to get text between images is to have them hosted somewhere else and link to them, then you can put text between them. If you upload them here, you'd have to do separate posts to put comments between pictures. Otherwise they always show up at the end of the post.
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Thanks mtgal. The snow is gone already. Maybe I'll might shoot some flowers as the bulbs are up.
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I really love #2, I think it's the contrast between the plant and the snow. Also that last shot looks as if the snow is snuggling the statue to keep it warm.
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Could someone tell me how to get text in-between pictures?
If you upload from your computer, simply add one image from the upload box at a time (you can have as many as 5 images per post loaded in the box) and add your text after the attachment notation that appears in the message box. The reason to do one at a time is the attachment numbers do not match the image numbers and it is easy to get them confused.
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Your spring definitely looks a bit different from ours! (Although there is a forecast of light snow in the mountains here tonight). Glad you were able to share some glimpses of the beauty, in the midst of all your work shoveling, etc.
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