[QUOTE=KBasa;214395]Let's see 'em.[/QUOTE]
Hi kids! :wave
I never get tired of these "show me yours and i'll show you mine" threads. :jose
She's got a nice ass, huh? :D
My new R1200RT
Old & New
I made a 20 year leap in BMW technology this weekend...
I'd say a lot has happened in twenty years.:)
My "slightly farkled" 05 R1200GS.
Outside Rosman NC
Touring or Sport? You choose.
just love her...
In the mist, Hwy 299, California...
Avenue of the Giants, California....
Here's a shot of my ride down the Coronado Trail in AZ (191) 2 weeks ago (why do you have to make these so blasted small to upload?):
[QUOTE=tburk;256351]Here's a shot of my ride down the Coronado Trail in AZ (191) 2 weeks ago (why do you have to make these so blasted small to upload?):[/QUOTE]
Attached image size is set small so it doesn't overwhelm the database. Images can take up a huge amount of storage space. If you direct link images into your post, they take up almost no space on the bmwmoa server.
You can make them as big as you like if you direct link them into your post. The images have to reside on a server somewhere, like flickr, smugmug, etc. Then you can use the command "[img ]the_url_of_your_image[/img ]" (spaces intentional so you can see the command).
Hope that helps,
Thanks for the info, Fish! I knew there must be a way to make them a reasonable size, as I see so many. I'll look for a server.
[QUOTE=tburk;256516]Thanks for the info, Fish! I knew there must be a way to make them a reasonable size, as I see so many. I'll look for a server.
You're welcome, Tom. If you don't already have a web photo service, you might consider Google's free Picasa. [url]http://picasa.google.com/[/url] It's actually pretty good. If you want something much more powerful, you might consider Smugmug. Try opening a picasa account, uploading an image and take it from there.
The Gap on my R1200R.
Just outside of yellowstone.