Interestingly, the “i” button is available only after clicking on the photo,
which seems a little strange. And having clicked on the photo and the “i”
appearing, the information about the photo appears in a sidebar on the right.
Hmm! Google’s UIs aren’t always the best, I suppose, but it is free after all
. . .
“usta be”? No more?
> On 6 Jun 2020, at 10:12, Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 6/5/2020 10:55 PM, Chris Barker wrote:
>> That’s a lovely shot, Moose.
> Thanks! I was starting to feel that baby foxes are inherently more attractive
> and interesting than baby simians. :-)
>> I assume that it was in Bhutan as I don’t think you have monkeys like that
>> or that sort of decoration :-_)
> Yes on the roofs of the Trongsa Dzong. If you click on the info icon, you can
> see where most of my photos were taken. Between the time I took this, in Fall
> '17, and our next visit in Spring '19, the monkeys were gone from the
> buildings. Apparently, they were damaging the roof even as parts of the Dzong
> were being rebuilt/restored, so their access was cut off.
> Travelin' Moose (Usta be)
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/