This week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is a multi-photo challenge to “Share (many) pictures in a gallery which mean GREEN to you!” The link for more examples of this challenge is below my post.
Click any photo for a larger view:
My Green Gallery is a green reflection on a lake, green moss on petrified wood, green hostas, green garden lettuce, a green butterfly sign, a green herb patch, a green plant by a pond, a green cornfield, a green lawn bordered by evergreen shrubs, and slightly green pears being washed to make pear butter.
I don’t like the way the gallery feature displays photos, even after trying the different gallery styles. So I’m including the slideshow too, since at least it shows the whole photo, only in medium size. The gallery photos can be viewed in full size by clicking on one and using the side arrows to scroll through them. I know, it is time-consuming, especially if you visit as many other blogs to see their challenge photos as I do.
But the other option is to rebel and do the green part of the challenge without using the gallery part. Well, maybe not exactly rebel, just not follow all the rules of the challenge. 🙂
I may still change my photos here and not use a gallery, but I don’t have time to re-do the post now. For some reason the gallery feature is making one photo bigger than the others, and cutting off the side of it and the 9th photo. I’ve tried every possible editing feature I can find related to gallery and media to fix it, but maybe I’m missing an option somewhere.
How do you like using the gallery feature for your photos?
Do you take time to click to view photos in full size when you visit blogs with a photo gallery?
How green is your world?
More submissions to this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: GreenFollow @learning2hear