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Re: Collecting Sport Photos

>The post by Joe Halinar raises an excellent idea for future
>understanding of this complex and interesting subject. Count me among 
>those who will try to get pictures of unusual sports when they occur.

I have an idea that might work out well and not cost us anything, 
except some time - probably mine!  I can set up a web site on 
homestead.com and park the images there and then develop some kind of 
a web page to use to view the images.  That way the images would be 
available to all who want to study them.  

So, how about a hosta sport support group this summer!  If you see a 
hosta sporting, lets get an image of it, either from a digital camera, 
or scan a print or slide, and then we can store them on homestead.com, 
or we can put them on one of Bob's hosta sites.  I do believe there 
should be some reasonable limitations to the size of the images - 
certainly nothing over 100K.  

Joe Halinar

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