Two flowers taken in France

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This could be a right shambles, but I am trying to upload two pictures using some webspace that I have kindly been donated by Malliag in Ireland. However I think that I have done it wrong and the pictures will not appear. Ah well better luck next time.

Bob F.


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Bloody Hell it worked!!! Well that is a start anyway. Bob F.
 
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This could be a right shambles, but I am trying to upload two pictures using some webspace that I have kindly been donated by Malliag in Ireland. However I think that I have done it wrong and the pictures will not appear. Ah well better luck next time.
Hi, Bob! Just replace the url tags with img tags, and they'll display like this.

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When you are editing a post, you will see a button like this:

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Press that, paste the URL into the dialog that appears and voila.
 
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No not right. I found the button but I could not see a dialogue box. Sorry I am not good at this.

The dialogue did not appear due to somerhing to do with MS Profeesional XP wanting me to give permisiion for the DB to open. Ah well such is life.

GOT IT YIPPEE DOOO.Thanks Beezle!!
 
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The pretty blue one is a delicate Vipers Bugloss and is much loved by insects.

The second one is a Lizard Orchid. It is extremely rare in the UK and on the protected list, but in France they grow in profusion, especially on limestone soil. I could not believe my eyes the first time I saw them as I would have to travel over 350 to get to the main site in England, and that is on a golf course in Kent.

Bob F.
 
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These are beauties and nothing even close to these in Florida.
I'll keep checking in here for your posts... and thanks for these gems!
 
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Hey Bob! Great to see you posting again.

Echium, although very common, is a very photogenic plant.

Himanthoglossum is one of my favorite orchids. It is also rare in Austria.
Learned another English common name, BTW - I didn't know that it's called Lizard Orchid.

Cheers
 

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