I took these photos of Cabela’s mountain goat display in their Anchorage, Alaska store with my 12MP LX100 compact camera, handheld. Didn’t want to make a scene with my 50MP 5DsR. The image behind the artificial trees and the three goat mounts is painted on the wall.
I posted these differently sized pics to test how different browser themes act while completely revamping this blog. But viewers can use this to tweak how wide to open the browser while viewing this blog. This blog is capable of displaying images up to 1100 px wide. See my notes below.
(If you’re viewing these on a standard or larger computer screen and the images below this image above are no larger than this one, widen your browser until the larger sizes below pop open)
(When the browser is opened wide enough, 1100 pixels is the largest size this blog can fully display without being opened in a new window by clicking on the image)
(Click on image to see true 1200 px size — Browser may need to be moved to the left and dragged wider by a right corner)
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