Walking to a known good place to see hares near home today my wife I were rewarded with 8 or 9 hares sitting in a field. We were watching from a well screened footpath and the hares got up and started to chase each other about. We were well hidden enough for 2 of them to come straight towards us and then across in front without seeing us. The only down side for viewing was they were coming at us with the sun behind them so my best pictures were of them going away from us.
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Nice captures Trevor, I have only seen them once boxing and that was years ago, wish we could get out I know a place were there are some but sadly we are not aloud to travel I might just go on the moors here and see if I can spot any.
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TJS said:highlight each picture and expand it to close to the width of the dialogue box. Is it possible that this method is the problem?
Yes, this is the problem, Trevor. Dragging the corner of the photo to fill the space available doesn't, I'm afraid, alter the size of the image although it may appear to do so. What is happening is that the 360x240 image is just being spread over a larger area thus reducing the resolution. I've inspected the HTML of your last hare photo and you can see the image size is still 360x240.
If you use the drag and drop method I think the only way to alter the size of the image is to edit the HTML. This is possible using Source Code under the Tools drop down menu. Whether you want to bother to do this is up to you. I think this is why most of us use the Browse dialogue box even though it can be a bit tedious if you have a lot of photos
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