Sunday, June 18, 2006

More photos? Or not?

For a couple of weeks I've been sitting on photos of three noteworthy Wyandotte County Churches--St. John the Baptist, Holy Family, and St. Joseph-St. Benedict (I didn't get anything at St. Mary-St. Anthony because the light was bad, and besides, my friend Orville Dishwater's photos from a few years ago give one a nice for that church).

Anyways, Blogger won't let me upload these pictures (maybe Blogger has decided I've used enough of their server space, or more likely, I've got problems in my own settings). I'm working on an alternative for posting these (like finding another site to host them), but being technically challenged, and being distracted by both real life events and the reading of actual printed books, I haven't got it worked out yet. I'll let y'all know.

Just keeping everyone apprised. The grand tour is not over . . . just delayed.


Anonymous said...

When you try to upload a photo, what does it do. How is it not letting you post photos.

G. Thomas Fitzpatrick said...

I never use the Photoblogger feature of Blogger. Blogger is like a house of cards ready to collapse at the slightest breeze anyway. What I do, is use Photobucket. I opened a free Photobucket account (, and, when I want to insert an image, I copy the url (from the right-clicked properties menu) then paste into Photobucket, and upload that way. Then, to display the image on my blog, I just type (I'm having a problem with Blogger comments not allowing me to type in what looks like and html tag, so bear with me here) lessthansignimg src=http://www.newurlfromphotobucketgreaterthansign. And I don't have to add another element to Blogger's distressing touchiness. Photobucket recently expanded it smonthly bandwith per account, so that I am no longer having images unavailable for half the month.
Hope that works for you.