Our Garden@19. A garden blog following the year, preparing to open for the NGS, while enjoying visiting gardens, the beauty of nature, the plants, the wildlife and a sanctuary to relax in.
These are really beautiful images Brian and very creative, can I ask how do you put your copyright symbol on, I haven't done that yet and like the way yours is so subtle.
Thank you Julie. I have emailed you about the copyright from your blog.
Would you send me how to put/find the copyright symbol...I have put my name but would like to put the symbol. It is not that I mind for people to link to my posts, but would love an acknowledgement, and a request first at the very least!
There are copyright imagines on google which you can copy and paste when you are creating your copyright. There is also a series of key strokes you can use to create the symbol for either Windows or Mac. This is also on Google. Some key boards have a symbol key with a smiley face on.☺️Along with© I hope you find that useful.
Fabulous shots Brian!
Thank you Jessica.
Beautiful photos Brian!
Thank you Cathy.
Love the reference, your photo series is absolutely spectacular.
Thank you Charlie, welcome to the blog.
Very professional looking shots Brian. Well done - each one is marvellous.
Thank you Angie, I walk out into the garden and saw the raindrops on the cup and saucer plant, fetched my camera and went hunting for more raindrops.
Or you could have been singing: "I'm just sitting watching flowers in the rain,Feel the power of the rain making the garden grow..."I love the Gingko - and thank you for naming that "cup and saucer plant" in your comments - I was going to ask what that was. What a lovely flower and a beautiful old-fashioned colour. I've never seen one before, must look it up!All the best :)
I am sure I will have plenty of opportunities to use that song in the future, thank you for the idea. The latin name of the cup and saucer is, Cobaea scandens. It is an annual climber with white or purple flowers.
I love all your raindrop photos, so atmospheric.
Thank you Chloris
Like Julie, I am intrigued how you put your name on the photos. I am fed with seeing my photos on pintinterest without acknowledgement.
Hello Chloris This is a copy of the email I sent to Julie. I hope you find it useful.I original used iPhoto on the Mac to add copyright, it was very slow, you had to do each picture individually.I now save all my photos to Google Picasa, a free cloud storage, with huge capacity.You can then batch export any photos with your own copyright to a folder on to your computer and then from there to your blog.I am sure there are other software such as Photoshop, which I think you have to pay for.Best wishes,Brian.ourgarden19.blogspot.com
Great pictures, so atmospheric, but with good light. Very uplifting.
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