jueves, abril 19, 2007

Temple of Debod

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Hey, I'm trying some new format... it seems we're all starting to enlarge our photos, and Alice (from Arrandon DP) wrote an easily how to do it on Menton DP... So here I am, with a bigger photo! :) thank you thank you!
Yesterday I went to take a walk to Temple of Debod (link to Wikipedia) park, which is a beautiful and peaceful (but also popular) place... I think I'm starting a serie today! this Temple was a Egypt's gift to Spain in the 60's (they said: thank you for your help, take this Temple!). And today is like a haven of peace in the middle of the city.

Aquí ando trasteando, moviendo números HTMLeando jejeje... gracias a los consejos de Alice he conseguido aumentar las fotos... echad un vistazo a los links de arriba si quereís seguir el ejemplo. Así que aquí estoy, con fotos enooormes! Muchísisisisimas gracias Alice! ;)
Ayer fui a dar una vuelta por el Templo de Debod, un parque chulísimo que hay cerca de Plaza España. El día estaba súper agradable y había multitud de turistas... yo parecía otra más ;)
Creo que empezaré una serie de este sitio porque tiene algo mágico... ¿será el toque egipcio? Este templo fue un regalo de Egipto a España en los años 60 y fue traído desde allí pieza por pieza... Hoy en día, el parque es como un oasis en medio de la ciudad.

Listening to The Painted Veil Soundtrack

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At 19/4/07 02:46, Blogger Piika said...

I like the dogs in the pond!

 
At 19/4/07 05:41, Blogger Monica said...

This new format suits your photos very well! And this picture is very nice, love the temple. And I got to say, being an animal lover, I'm crazy about the dogs running and having fun in the water.

 
At 19/4/07 06:02, Blogger Annie said...

Those dogs are doing just what I'd like to be doing right now.

 
At 19/4/07 08:43, Blogger Carraol said...

Luce mas funcional este formato y se ve increible este parque. Muy buena toma.

 
At 19/4/07 08:52, Anonymous kris said...

as the photo loads, i found myself pleasantly surprised to find the doggies candid fun..Great!

 
At 19/4/07 09:02, Blogger alice said...

;-)

 
At 19/4/07 10:22, Blogger Dsole said...

yes Monica, it was such a nice surprise, 'cause I was doing some pics when these 2 dogs jumped into water chasing a bird :)

It take too long to load the photos now?

thank you! ;)

 
At 19/4/07 10:34, Blogger Olivier said...

tres bonne photo, avec ces deux chiens ;o) .merci pour les liens sur le temple


very good photograph, with these two dogs ;o ). thank for the bonds on the temple

 
At 19/4/07 11:38, Blogger Matritensis said...

Mucho mejor este formato!
La foto muy buena, no me extraña que se metan en el agua los canes con el calorazo de ayer.

 
At 19/4/07 12:44, Blogger Abraham Lincoln said...

I think any photograph is best when it can be seen in detail as shown. Sometimes the small formats do not reveal the beauty in the pictures. I am glad you made the change as this photograph surely benefits from being larger.

I came to thank you for visiting my blog yesterday. Today I show my wife, of 52 years, and President Bush's jet that is carrying his automobiles.

Abraham Lincoln

 
At 19/4/07 13:05, Blogger Carlos said...

Definitely the final touch. I agree with you Abraham. Small ones can make a wonderful picture look less attractive. Congratulations.
Perfecto Dsole. Ahora ya es la "refinitiva". Me alegra que todos estén cambiando el formato. Si la mayoría de las pantallas que existen son grandes no entiendo como no hacen mejores plantillas para blogger. Yo lo he arreglado metiendo las fotos en dos servidores distintos pero lo ideal es sólo con blogger. Aunque me va bien estar en Photobucket y en Flickr a la vez corro el riesgo de que se cuelgen y no vea nada. Tu lo has hecho perfecto. Una cosa, quizá utilizando target="_blank" en el código sea mejor para que los visitantes no te abandonen al ampliar la imágen. No sé pruebalo tu misma, como te vaya mejor.

 
At 19/4/07 13:22, Blogger Mandi said...

Looks like it's gone to the dogs! LOL They seem to be really enjoying themselves. Very nice temple. I like the larger photos too.

 
At 19/4/07 13:37, Blogger mi foto said...

Bueno bueno que poderío!!
El blog está precioso, queda fenomenal con las fotos grandes, yo ando en obras a ver si recupero mi título o me lo cargo del todo, cuando termine le vamos a poner música alta a estas "fotitos".
Besos.

 
At 19/4/07 15:42, Blogger Victoria said...

Beautiful photograph, and I love how the dogs give it a bit of humor and fun!

 
At 19/4/07 15:43, Blogger Dsole said...

jajajaja, muchas gracias! muchas "thank yous" :)

 
At 19/4/07 16:15, Blogger Sally said...

Ahahan - I joined the "biggerphotos" club today too - for my 1st anniversary!

 
At 19/4/07 16:29, Blogger Chuckeroon said...

Ho Ho HO Heee Heee Heee!!! Nice!!!!!

 
At 19/4/07 17:23, Blogger Chris & Deb said...

What a great gift! Obviously the local canine population is appreciative!
Your new format is very nice!

 
At 19/4/07 17:47, Blogger Kate said...

Well, many of us certainly are joining the "big bloggers" club. I find the temple interesting but the dogs are more fun to watch!!

 
At 19/4/07 22:19, Blogger isabella said...

Some days, I wish I was a dog ;-)

 
At 20/4/07 07:44, Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

Very nice photo! The dogs seem to have a lot of fun.

 
At 21/4/07 15:28, Blogger Oya said...

Looks like it is a haven for dogies also...

 
At 21/4/07 18:55, Blogger RamblingRound said...

Great photo!

 
At 28/4/07 23:34, Blogger Kala said...

beautiful format! its such a nice gesture by Egypt and Spain has served the monument well

 

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