2016 Photos

Discussion in 'Lake Powell Recreation' started by BartsPlace, Oct 7, 2016.

  1. BartsPlace

    BartsPlace Moderator Staff Member

    How about sharing a photo or two from this year's adventures? I'll start with this one from our recent trip to Annie's Canyon.

    For this thread, let's use the "Full Image" option when posting. Doing this will insert the image right into the body of the post. That means less clicks for all of us who want to view them.

    Photo uploads are limited to 1Mb each - and that allows for a HUGE photo. However, please be frugal and post photos of an appropriate size (for viewing and storage). This one, for example, is about .25 Mb (256 Kb) and the resolution is about 700 by 700. HD resolution is 1920 by 1080 and so the max resolution we currently support is 1920 by 1920 (to accommodate both portrait and landscape orientations of HD content). Thanks!

    Annie's 2016.jpg
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  2. Bill Sampson

    Bill Sampson Well-Known Member

    Just what I needed. Thanks for this.
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  4. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

    Soooooo many to chose from!
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  5. PowellBride

    PowellBride Well-Known Member

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  6. Pccaptainjack

    Pccaptainjack Active Member

    This was taken last month motoring back from Dry Rock Creek IMG_3143.jpg
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  7. Tmsrb

    Tmsrb Member

    Let see if this works.
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  8. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

  9. weeds

    weeds Well-Known Member

    I tried to down load a few photos, but was told: "The uploaded file too large for the server to process."
    I don't know how to shrink them.
  10. PowellBride

    PowellBride Well-Known Member

    Try right clicking on the photo and look for a menu item "size" or "tools", then "size"

    If you convert one of the size fields to 700 pixels the other should size proportionally. Save and upload
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  11. weeds

    weeds Well-Known Member

    328-Copy.jpg 329 - Copy.jpg 333 - Copy.jpg 334 - Copy.jpg Thanks Powell Bride. It took me an hour and jumping through a lot of hoops to finally find the "resize".

    On June 8th we were sitting on the back of Cropduster at Antelope when some attached docks were pushed down lake. We watched the very long train of activities...lookout boats, NPS boats, tugs, etc. Don't know where they came from (maybe Halls?)
    Did a good job of herding the bunch without drifting into the AP slips and houseboats.
    Don't know where they went.

    Hope these attachments come out.

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  12. PBH

    PBH Well-Known Member

    Here are a couple from this year:

    "Dad's Crack"


    And, last but not least by any means, "Happy to be here!" (ie: "are you going to come unhook this fish today???")
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2016
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  13. wayne gustaveson

    wayne gustaveson Administrator Staff Member

    Hey I know all those people and places. Does your Dad know about the "Crack" crack you just made? ;)
  14. Sooner4ever

    Sooner4ever New Member

    Great photos. What a wonderful place. Thank you for sharing.
  15. DebW

    DebW Member

    Awesome LP pics! So now I'm homesick again... LOL ;)
  16. PBH

    PBH Well-Known Member

    He knows the crack very well. What he doesn't know is that we call it "Dad's Crack"!
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  17. SDPJ

    SDPJ Active Member

    Lake Powell lies at the end of the rainbow IMG_1929.JPG
  18. mtnpull

    mtnpull Well-Known Member

  19. Gem Morris

    Gem Morris Well-Known Member

    What you call "Dad's Crack" I call "the Dave Hauswald Vee". Caught a lot of fish there one day - looking at your initials in your handle I assume you're related? :)
  20. PowellBride

    PowellBride Well-Known Member

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