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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Is Mother Nature Confused? Mixed up?

yellow mixed tulipThis is a yellow tulip in my backyard. How, or why the red appeared is beyond me. This is not a new tulip, one in fact I've had since my daughter was in grade school. It's always been all yellow. My daughter was in grade school 15+ years ago. There was no red on it last year. Click on picture to see it larger, do you see a tiny bit of red tipped on the edge?

As of today, I finally have a way to decrease picture size. On the recommendations of a friend who's techy, I downloaded a free software program called Irfanview. I don't really know how to do much yet. But, I was able to change the size of this photo from 3000 x 4000 pixels to 1500 x 2000 pixels, then when I loaded it here, used small. Believe it loads faster, and should use less storage?

I have a free trail of Adobe Photoshop Elements, but I find it very difficult to use, and only once was I able to change the size. After I did it, I couldn't tell you how I finally did it. So, when the free period is gone I will not be buying it, I will be uninstalling it.

So, what do you think is Mother Nature Mixed Up? What happened to the tulip?


  1. I don't know about the tulip. It's interesting though. I think it's pretty with the red. As to the photos, I use Paint Shop Pro. If I have anything that needs a lot of work, I beg my daughter for help. :-) She is kind to her mom.

  2. I use Paint Shop Pro. If I have anything that needs a lot of work, I beg my daughter for help

  3. Paint shop pro is beyond me, and my daughter lives too far away for help, lol though I understand where you're coming from completely.


  4. ohhhhhh I'm confused paint shop pro vs photo shop. Photo shop is very difficult I think. I have paint that came loaded with the computer; but it doesn't seem to do much. I'll noise around a bit. It's been on every computer I've every had, though I've never used it.


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