365 Days of Photos – Day 78

I attended a meeting at this church earlier in the week. I really like the steeple. So as many of you can identify with…I stood out in the parking lot taking pictures before going inside for the meeting. Priorities!

Broadway Baptist Church - Fort Worth, Texas

Broadway Baptist Church – Fort Worth, Texas

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4 thoughts on “365 Days of Photos – Day 78

  1. joannesisco

    Tree – may I make a suggestion? You post photos that I’d really like to see BIGGER so the detail can be appreciated – and yes, I know I can click on it for a bigger version, but I’m talking full size. I don’t know if you deliberately choose to post a small version, or simply don’t know you can change the setting to post a full size version.

    This steeple looks really interesting and it’s an example of one I’d like to view in full size 🙂

    Reply
    1. treerabold Post author

      I appreciate your suggestion Joanne. My problem is I don’t know how to post them bigger 😦
      If you could help me out I would be indebted!!

      Reply
      1. joannesisco

        There are 3 ways that I know of …
        1) when you upload a photo, before you insert it into your post, there are options to change the sizing of the photo on the same screen above the INSERT button

        2) once it is inserted into your post, if you click on the photo you should get a little ‘menu’ all in icons at the top of the photo. They allow you to change the placement (ie left, centre, right) or use the little pencil icon for editing. If you click on the pencil, you have options to add text to the photo or change the sizing.

        3) if you click on your photo and grab the outer edges, you can drag the sides inward or outwards to change the dimensions of the photo.

        Hope one of those works for you. I tend to use #2 all the time. Good luck 🙂

  2. treerabold Post author

    All of that makes perfect sense. Why I hadn’t figured it out I don’t know. I even switched themes awhile back because I thought the theme would determine the size.
    Thank you so much for your suggestion and explanation!! You assistance is much appreciated 🙂

    Reply

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