I'm switching image hosts (yeah, gonna have to go back and correct all my pic links! ).
Before I do so, can you all check to see if the image below enlarges correctly when you click on it? (Depending on your set-up, it should appear in same window, a new window, or a new tab. Beyond clicking, you should not have to do anything. If you have problems, please post the problem below. Thanks!
OK, I edited my OP to load a different version. My servimg setting was at the default of 800pix instead of no reduction. You should get a pretty big pic, but unfortunately since I had to reduce it 50% to get it under 2MB, the resolution leaves something to be desired.
After you enlarge the pic, and if you click again to use the magnifier feature, you can use Ctrl- and Ctrl+ key combinations to reduce/enlarge the pic to optimize the resolution viewing.
My original vote was no because I did not get the option to click on the photo. Realized the page hadn't finished loading. 2nd time I got a smaller image when I clicked on it and then clicked again and got a really big photo
Now I'm wondering if it's TOO large. I reduced it by 50%, so it cut down on the sharpness quite a bit. So I'm relying on people using screen reduction if they want a slightly smaller but "sharper" pic.
Maybe I should try and upload the same thing at 33% and see if it might be better.
I see all three images, all the same size on my screen and all of them doesnt do anything when I click on them. If I do like Butterflies and right click on the image and open it up in another tab, I can see an enlarge image. The first image is the best, because with the enlarged image, the stamps are about the size of your hand.
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