Trying something: links to my uploaded photos

Okay, this is a bit of an experiment. I have been uploading my photos to my Dropbox account, and I think I can give public links to this folder. You may need to sign up for Dropbox to use this system. If you do, can I encourage you, as I encourage all my readers, to sign up using the following link to Dropbox: http://db.tt/rvgBYop

Doing this will give you an extra 500MB free space on Dropbox, and add an equal amount to my free Dropbox account, so we both win.

Okay, here are the links to my pictures. Tell me if they work, or not…

For all pictures on the trip up to and including the 18th of November, 2012.

For all pictures on the trip taken at Petra on the 19th of November, 2012.

For all pictures on the trip taken yesterday, click here.

In the future, I will add these links to the travel diary posts to which the picture folder relates. But usually uploading takes a bit longer than writing up the story, so you will need to go back and check past posts to see the link to the pictures at the top of the story. For an example, go the the post below on yesterday’s trip, or the one about Petra below that, or the one on the trip so far below that, and you will see I have added the photos links to the top of the blog.

I hope this is useful. I won’t be giving alerts when I have added photo links, just check them out yourself.

And don’t forget – sign up using this link: http://db.tt/rvgBYop

About Schütz

I am Catholic, married to Cathy, father of Maddy & Mia. Since 2002, I have been the Executive Officer of the Ecumenical & Interfaith Commission of the Archdiocese of Melbourne. I was once a Lutheran pastor, but a "year of grace" and soul-searching led me into the Catholic Church. It was a bumpy ride, but with the support of my (still Lutheran) wife, I was finally confirmed on June 16, 2003.
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One Response to Trying something: links to my uploaded photos

  1. John Weidner says:

    Works fine. I just looked at Petra. Wish I was there.

    I do have a Dropbox account.

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