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Nothing ground breaking just wanted to share some photos I finally got around to taking.
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Also have a photo of the Oil filter near the bottom if you were wondering how hard it was going to be to get to.
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Nice pics #388. You're right the road surfaces out there have a lot of "stone" in the mix ! :lol:
 

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I LOVE those pics you've got.. I set the 3/4 rear shot with the Mountains in the backdrop as my Wallpaper! (Hope you don't mind) :smile:

You definitely made the right choice in cars. Congrats and good luck with her!.

Ps.. what camera do you have?

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Blakwing,
I don't mind at all... actually kind of flattered.
The camera is a Sony Mavica FD-95 2.1 Megapixel. Original size was 1600X1200. I then reduced them 50% and reduced the colors used and bumped up the sharpness one time.
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Excellent pictures!!! I've been thinking about getting a digital camera and I'm going to seriously look for that one if all of the pics turn out that good!
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I've got a Canon A5-Zoom.. just under a Megapixel in rez so I've been looking to upgrade.. It takes decent pics but nothing like the clarity you've got in a couple of yours.. I've been debating the differences between 2 and 3 megapixels and which way to go.. I'd recommend a digital cam to everyone though.. There's nothing like being able to take as many pics as you want, wherever you want.. It also makes posting on the web a mite easier :wink:
 

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Ditto on the wallpaper, MidLife. I had a pic of my own Bullitt as my wallpaper, but I like how there is a "star" on the rear quarter panel on yours. The sun must of hit it just right! :cool:

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Using Windoze? Right click on the picture. A mini menu pops up. Select "Set as Walpaper". From here I think it asks you you to save it somewhere, not sure exactly, never gone this far. Then it sets the picture as your wallpaper. You may have to reboot for it to show up.

The other way is to right click on the picture, select "Save as", save it somewhere. Open up the control panel. Open the Display icon. Pick the tab that says "Background". On the bottom half on the right is a button that says browse. Select it and find the picture you just saved. It will now be in the drop down box and highlighted, and the pic should be on the little monitor screen in the top half. You may have to select the stretch selection in the drop down box on the bottom right. Select "Apply" button on the bottom, then "OK" button. Again, you might have to reboot for it to show up.
 
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