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Crossville, TN, USA
Chickadees, Nuthatches & Titmice
Carolina Chickadee after a snow
So many beautiful shots Bob
I loved them all- but this was my favorite
Keep the pics coming-I look forward to seeing them.
Nice photo! For some reason, my pictures take days to upload. Any idea why this is?
Thank you, Janice. I’ve gotten way behind in posting my photos, so I’m trying to get caught up, but hating the time that I’m having to sit at the computer to do so.
Texas Bird Family…
Do you really mean “days” rather than minutes. I upload my jpegs, with each around 9 megs in file size, and each takes around 4 minutes. I DO sometimes have trouble having the upload complete at all…that’s been a problem on and off.
Yes, sorry, I meant post, not upload. when I post my photos it doesn’t post instantly like NestWatch, I often check to see if my photos posted. I posted photos for GBBC and they took days to post.
Yesterday, I posted two posts, each with 5 flies straight from my camera, at around 6 pm, but they still have not posted.
My photos posted!
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