New webpage

Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by grumbeast, Feb 26, 2003.

  1. grumbeast

    grumbeast Member

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    well,

    Its not finished yet.. but if anyone is interested the
    Gallery pages from my railfan webpage are up for viewing

    its at :

    http://www.accesswave.ca/~gbevan/hfx.html

    Let me know if you have any questions / suggestions

    Cheers

    Graham
  2. interurban

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    Very Nice , well done

    Graham , you have done a fine job it`s a brilliant site.
    Thanks a bunch for posting it .
    Glad to see more Railway in Canada.;) :D ;)
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    Lots of good pics, there, Graham. :D :cool:

    ....... and still more of that white stuff!!!:eek:
  4. grumbeast

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    Thanks Chris, Woodie,

    Yes, more white stuff.. and I've not even been able to
    get out in in for more pics this winter :( (maybe next year)

    You'd be suprised how much fun it is standing bundled up
    next to the tracks when its -15 with a good coat, boots, a
    BIG cup of coffee and a Camera! --no really it is fun! ;)

    Should have another 30 shots or so up this weekend, good
    ones this time, scanned from slides and more recent, all from
    late last year

    Graham
  5. interurban

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    I agree

    I`m with you there Graham, I realy do enjoy just standing there waiting for what ever come`s along;)

    Check out the time we chased the C N down in the Railfanning Phew post, you will have a laugh.
    :p
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    60103 Pooh Bah

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    Slides

    Graham:
    you said you had pics "scanned from slides". Can I ask how you do that? Photo shop quoted me $2.75 a slide, or had a large device to do it for $$$.
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    ooops! pressed the wrong key!

    60103, I'm getting a roll developed at our local photoshop
    and had understood from thier website that getting the
    roll scanned would cost an extra $20. I of course was totally
    wrong and when asked for this service was informed as such
    and advised that the cost would be about $66 for the roll
    Plus!.. $15 for the developing... so I declined. I've looked
    at slide scanners.. but anything decent seems to cost $1000
    which is far more than I can afford. But I've not given up
    still working on the problem.

    *sigh*... Can't show off my best photo's yet but give me time!

    Graham