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one year. 365 days. 365 photos. 365 memories.

Monday, July 5, 2010


so I've been doing this for over a month now, I don't know if you guys noticed that.

and in that month I've come to realize that I want to protect my images.  so if you notice you won't be able to right click or expand the photos anymore, there's a reason.  and any 365 runner-ups or artistic photos I take aren't going to be posted to facebook anymore.  I've had my photos stolen from me before and I don't want it to happen now.  especially now that I've been asked for jpeg files for people to print my pictures.

speaking of that...I'm going to talk with some friends and figure out prices.  I'm also going to find a good printing company so that if you want anything printed to look more professional, I can do that for you.  thanks for all the interest!

anyways, moving on to this entry!

this was another grand day in london and I experienced something new for me!  last time I went to london I didn't get to see the tower of london...well, I saw it in the dark.  but this time we took a tour and learned lots or interesting and sometimes creepy things.  torture devices!  weaponry!

the treat that day was that a buckingham guard was there!  he did his schpeel and it was the first time I saw it up close.  I love this picture of him.  it screams london and he just pops out of the picture.  not one smirk.

take a stand.

thanks for posin', man.

almost caught up!


  1. Thanks for the answer to my previous question, but boo. I just got very unexcited about looking at the rest of these if I can't see them supersized. They look so good, it's a shame that there isn't a way for you to have them big and unsteal-able.

  2. I just realized you never saw my previous question because I never finished the process of commenting, but I'm sure you can guess that it was about why I couldn't make the pictures big.

  3. sorreeee! you can see them when you come VISIT me! even if I figured out a way to block people saving the expanded picture, people could still do a screen capture to steal it. I joined a really protective picture website - and I think I can put a bigger pictures on there and they'll be safe. we'll see. can't please everyone.