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  1. Double your money for double the color: two-tone gorgeous. Have you shown two-color dahlias before? They may have been another type flower. Anyway, these are squinting into the sun. ❀ ❀ ❀

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    1. I usually save my photos for the web pixel size 900×900 which keeps it usually less than 500 kb. I’m not sure if you convert your photos to a smaller size. That might help on down load times. It also saves a lot of space on your WP site.

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      1. Thanks, Cee. I’ll add figuring out how to do that to my “to do” list! Thanks for your generosity in suggesting a solution. At other times my downloads go really quickly. The vagaries of the internet in Mexico!!!

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        1. I haven’t even used 10% of my memory allowed on WP and that is after nearly 2 years of blogging. The other added benefit is no one can grab your photos and use them as fine prints. They may print semi okay at 4×6 but anything larger won’t look good at all. That is why I’m not concerned about my photos being used by anyone. If they want a photo for their desktop or something like that, I am so ok with that.

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          1. I shall investigate I appreciate have the “correct” dpi or whatever the 900X900 was as I’ve always wondered what is enough but not too much.

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