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Explored a long road and found a house that was abandoned, some evidence of vandalism, not the most interesting of building but the way it has naturally fallen is quite beautiful

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Yeah some pics would definitely add to the story. Drop me a message if you need any help uploading or anything else :thumb 

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4 hours ago, Branden_Jones said:

They’re all apparently too big to Ben posted 

 

Upload them to an image hosting site and put them in via media link. Plenty of image hosting sites out there, maybe Pinterest or Imgur or something.

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Yeah there's a size of 4MB per image. Alternatively you could use a free re-sizing software then direct upload. I use FastStone and I'd recommend it - quick and easy :thumb 

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1 minute ago, Branden_Jones said:

OK thank and glad you like them sorry for the delay

No worries, following you on here now so looking forward to seeing more!

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I've deleted the various links to websites/pages etc.

 

@Branden_Jones there's various image resizing programs around (i've had the same problem with file sizes too). I now have to use the built in apple resizing tool but i've been told there's some windows versions around that can bulk-resize your images so that you can upload a report easily, like "faststone" as @jones-y-gog mentioned. 

 

Let us know if you hit any problems, we're here to help :) 

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