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15 February, 2012 gallery additions

It's that time of week again! I've put up another twenty photos from various trips over the past few years. There's nothing special about this collection except that they're the ones I happened to have handy on my laptop.

Last week I asked if larger images would be better and gave an example between one in the hort.net gallery and one at Flickr. Only two people responded, and the answer was split 50/50.

Here's the question:

--- When you compare this


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/61807581@N00/3425869384/in/photostream

vs. this


    http://hort.net/gallery/view/lil/scisi00

do you feel the same looking at both images? Do they convey the same thing? Or is bigger better (or worse) in this case? ---

I would like to offer some way of displaying larger images in the gallery. I think my only real concern is image theft — about 10% of the images in the gallery have been stolen and used by US- and foreign-based nurseries. Since I sometimes sell photos, having the higher-resolution versions stolen could seriously impact me.

Knowing how you feel could sway me one way or another.

Thanks, and keep warm... Spring is coming!

Christopher Lindsey, gallery maintainer

This newsletter is also available at


    http://www.hort.net/gallery/date/2012-02-15/#ml




Callistemon lanceolata (Bottlebrush):
  • Callistemon lanceolata habit Callistemon lanceolata flowers Callistemon lanceolata flowers 
Carica papaya (Papaya, Tree melon, Melon tree):
  • Carica papaya flowers Carica papaya flowers Carica papaya fruit 
Chrysanthemum 'Emperor of China' (Emperor of China chrysanthemum):
  • Chrysanthemum 'Emperor of China' flowers Chrysanthemum 'Emperor of China' flowers 
Deutzia 'Monzia' (Pink-A-Boo™ deutzia):
  • Deutzia 'Monzia' flowers Deutzia 'Monzia' flowers 
Ficus aspera 'Parcell' (Mosaic fig):
  • Ficus aspera 'Parcell' leaves Ficus aspera 'Parcell' leaves 
Gaillardia 'Moxie' (Moxie blanket flower):
  • Gaillardia 'Moxie' flowers 
Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Goshiki' (Goshiki false holly):
  • Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Goshiki' leaves Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Goshiki' leaves 
Paeonia 'Paree Fru Fru' (Paree Fru Fru peony):
  • Paeonia 'Paree Fru Fru' flowers 
Paeonia 'Spiffy' (Spiffy peony):
  • Paeonia 'Spiffy' flowers 
Syringa vulgaris 'Aucubaefolia' (Gold variegated common lilac):
  • Syringa vulgaris 'Aucubaefolia' leaves Syringa vulgaris 'Aucubaefolia' leaves 
Syringa vulgaris 'Michelle Buchner' (Michelle Buchner common lilac):
  • Syringa vulgaris 'Michelle Buchner' flowers 




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