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Re: Sinclair-related photographs
Thanks, Richard, for the beautiful photos in your webb site. However, I
find the dark background surrounding the photos make reading the captions
so difficult that I found myself struggling to read, and then skipping the
rest and try9ing another caption. I found them all too difficult to stick
When my husband and I traveled to Roslin last year, I reveled in the Chapel
and wanted to revisit it.
Just a suggestion.
At 09:09 AM 10/8/99 -0500, you wrote:
>You may have looked at my photographs of Rosslyn Chapel, Rosslyn Castle,
>and Sinclair-related sites in Caithness on John Quarterman's Clan Sinclair
>web pages. I have re-scanned and re-sized these images and posted them on
>my personal web site at http://rhuseth.home.texas.net along with about 40
>new Sinclair-related photographs. Click on the "Scotland" thumbnail and
>then on the "Sinclair-related sites in Roslin and Caithness" thumbnail to
>view these photos.
>The "new" images are, for the most part, variations on the earlier
>ones. If any of the experts on this mailing list see any errors in the
>captions, please e-mail me at email@example.com with corrections.
>I want to thank John for posting my photographs on the Clan Sinclair
>pages. His initial support and the many complementary notes I received
>from the members of this list encouraged me to produce my own web site. As
>you will see if you visit, I may have gone overboard with hundreds of
>photos of Scotland, Alaska, the Alaska Highway, Minnesota's North Shore of
>Lake Superior, Texas wildflowers, and (in the works) Yellowstone and Grand
>Teton National Park.
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