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Old 30-09-2011, 13:17   #21
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I have some nice ones but don't kow how to post decent sized pictures - any hints please...

All these pics are great - like you said Tassle, it's nice to see different places around the world.
I was having the same problem, it seems that you either have to upload as attachments or upload to another website (eg facebook or photobucket etc) & link to there.
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Old 30-09-2011, 13:23   #22
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I was having the same problem, it seems that you either have to upload as attachments or upload to another website (eg facebook or photobucket etc) & link to there.
Thanks Baz - I went through Photobucket, but still have to learn how to tweak it properly
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Old 30-09-2011, 14:02   #23
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Thanks Baz - I went through Photobucket, but still have to learn how to tweak it properly
Click with your right key the photo which has been earlier loaded on some other webapge (photobucket, picassa, etc.) and copy the address of the photo. Then click the only colour icon above the reply box on wd.org (5th from the right) and paste the address. Make sure you the letters "http" are not doubled. And that's it.
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Old 30-09-2011, 14:32   #24
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Here in Czech a group of 20 or 30 of us went up Sněžka (the highest mountain in Czech on the border with Poland) a couple of weekends ago, links to our pics are here:

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...d2a6a14&type=1

https://picasaweb.google.com/1164002...eat=directlink

http://finoffroad.rajce.idnes.cz/Vlci_Snezka_17.9.2011/
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Old 30-09-2011, 14:50   #25
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Anyway some pics from today's walk in sunny Libomyšl.
This time a bit bigger!















Time to go home
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Old 30-09-2011, 14:57   #26
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we have sněžka too, but our sněžka is a river and also our favourite place for walking with wolfdogs





and from last season





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Old 30-09-2011, 15:17   #27
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Ok - Its official I am Jealous!!

Baz that looked Phenomenal! What an amazing walk and view How long did it take? Are there any off lead places or is it strictly lead on?

Thanks for sharing everyone
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Here are some pics from Germany:

This is a part from our daily walks. First some fields.







Then we go in the forrest








Can we play? Pleeeeeeaaase



and on the weekends we go at the Rhine river and have fun



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Old 30-09-2011, 18:29   #29
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I envy you people with sea, sand, beaches! Lovely pictures.
And we really need to buy at least one more CSW It's always more fun with more dogs.

Our basic short walk around our village:

























And our basic long walk, in fields and forests:



























I hope it's not too many pictures:]
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I too, Tassle, am jealous! Such lovely locales, and nice rural environments............. I like all the open fields, and small lakes I have seen here, and of course all the CsVs looking happy.


I must have another Vlcak soon too!

Tassle.. There are things in the shores near us - sometimes large shark sightings are reported - but it's really really rare for an attack to be reported (on humans). Our dogs don't go deep enough for any sharks to get them anyway..

Czertice.. our dog has Weimeraner friends too!



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Old 30-09-2011, 20:04   #31
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Czertice.. our dog has Weimeraner friends too!


What a great friend for dog games Weimaraners can be, right? Our Weimaraner friend tends to disobey, LOVES to hunt, and sometimes is quite stubborn/headstrong, but he also loves wolfish wild games and running around for prolonged periods of time, where other breeds simply cannot keep up with wolfdogs:] I'd love to seem more of your pictures, do you have an online gallery?
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Old 30-09-2011, 21:10   #32
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Ok - Its official I am Jealous!!

Baz that looked Phenomenal! What an amazing walk and view How long did it take? Are there any off lead places or is it strictly lead on?

Thanks for sharing everyone
It's a national park & therefore you must stay on the paths, you can let the dogs off the lead but you must maintain absolute control, also there were a lot of people, children & other dogs not to mention the 20 or more CSVs + 1 she-wolf so we had them on the lead mainly, although they had a few chances to run about where possible. We met up at about 10:30 & set off about 11 and we were at the summit at about 2 or 2:30 and about another 3 hours down again by a different route. If anyone is in Czech for bonitations or whatever I can definitely recommend it, the views are incredible & you can come up (or down) from the Polish side too.

Tassle, I'm really jealous that you have the beach, so swings & roundabouts I guess. We always used to go to Bude (& from there round Cornwall & Devon) on holiday when I was a kid & miss the sea here a bit.

Also thanks everyone for the great pics, I guess we can all be a bit jealous...

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So big respect, I never take more than 3 (mine & my housemate's 2) & from those 2 listen at any time & they take it turns to be the "naughty" one .

Anyway some pics from today's walk in sunny Libomyšl.
So here's a link to today's walk as I didn't manage to post them earlier.

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...96ef757&type=1
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Old 30-09-2011, 21:17   #34
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Because I failed twice in my attempts to upload today's walk pictures, I'll give you the link instead:

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...96ef757&type=1
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Click with your right key the photo which has been earlier loaded on some other webapge (photobucket, picassa, etc.) and copy the address of the photo. Then click the only colour icon above the reply box on wd.org (5th from the right) and paste the address. Make sure you the letters "http" are not doubled. And that's it.
Hi Rona,

Slightly off-topic & possibly a question for admin but might be useful info for others trying to post pics here, I tried to link to photos from my facebook page but they're not appearing, do you know if I can link to FB or do I need to use another site?

Thanks

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Because I failed twice in my attempts to upload today's walk pictures, I'll give you the link instead:

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...96ef757&type=1
I especially like the last picture with your dog in the bike carrier!!!!! what luxury!
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I too, Tassle, am jealous! Such lovely locales, and nice rural environments............. I like all the open fields, and small lakes I have seen here, and of course all the CsVs looking happy.


I must have another Vlcak soon too!

Tassle.. There are things in the shores near us - sometimes large shark sightings are reported - but it's really really rare for an attack to be reported (on humans). Our dogs don't go deep enough for any sharks to get them anyway..

I was thinking more of Jellyfish etc,
(I am a bit of a wimp when it comes to anything that might bite/sting in teh sea!!)
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....we walk together for a few minutes?



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Here in Czech a group of 20 or 30 of us went up Sněžka (the highest mountain in Czech on the border with Poland) a couple of weekends ago, links to our pics are here:
That is funny: I just see this post and these pictures of your group, and I realized that I have seen some of these people and their dogs before.

My (Czech) girlfriend was there as well during that day and she took these pictures of your group (at least I assume it's you and your group :-)):


http://kayaker.nl/wolf/P9174803.JPG


http://kayaker.nl/wolf/P9174804.JPG


http://kayaker.nl/wolf/P9174805.JPG


http://kayaker.nl/wolf/P9174806.JPG


http://kayaker.nl/wolf/P9174807.JPG


http://kayaker.nl/wolf/P9174808.JPG
It's a small world after all! :-)

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Photos from New Year's Eve trip (Slovakia):







all photos here:
http://elar.rajce.idnes.cz/Silvestro...na_Vapec_2011/
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