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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Turf Dawg, Dec 17, 2011.
i plug my iphone striaght into my laptop and it downloads all the pics to my computer.
It just fills like most of ours around here with rainfall. While it was down this year he had the retaining walls built and had the feeder end widened and some bridges put across. The dam has a large pipe running through it for the overflow. It also has a 10" pipe running through the bottom reduced to 3" that will fill a 330 gallon tank in around a minute. The water level you see now is the full level. I forget how many acres it is, but my pics do not do it justice. They also had a peninsula built with sand on one side for swimming.
Nice truck you have there by the way witch one is the wife
I guess about the only good thing about this drought is that now I am getting to replace dead plants.
Yep we are in same situation. My son is working with some new software packages so you can go from a picture of the home into a landscape plan. Next year will be converting lawns to zeroscape in our area. And there will be irrigation retro work.
I've been a before and after picture fanatic for years. The before picture can sell a job just as much as the after picture. I have some of my pictures on the Picture thread but it's slipped back a few pages. My pictures are also at www.plantscapesolutions.net. I'd like to have a more custom website but this one fits in the budget for now.
I also have at least a 100 pictures of planting material that I've taken but I need more.
when it says that to me i've noticed that the pics i'm uploading are to big. i usually have to open them in paint and then save them so it changes the format and makes the file size smaller(not the pic) and i am able to up load the pics. maybe i dont know what i'm talking about but it always works when i do it that way. hope that helps
Just wondering how some of you Texas and Oklahoma's guys lawns are coming along this year after the bad drought? I have been pleasantly surprised on how mine are bouncing back this year. These still have a long way to go to get back looking like they did, but they are on their way.
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This is what I got to contribute to my oldest daughters prom