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Creating an Album

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  1. noisette47

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    Could some kind soul give me some pointers on how to download photos so they appear in chronological order in an album, please? They started off that way in my photo file, but as I can't upload it all at once, they're getting horribly jumbled....Cheers
     
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    Like to help, but don't have a clue, still struggling with why the new Photobucket is putting all new pics in random places all over the albums:dunno:
     
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    Ah well...it's a comfort to know I'm not the only one battling technology:)
     
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      I give up, I really do:dunno: ....if anyone wants to look at the 'album' of the garden so far, try this link http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/
      The photos are in reverse chronological order, so if you start at the bottom and click the 'back' arrow, there'll be some logic to them...
       
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        Cor, smashing place, you've done great. How long did all that take?
         
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        Thanks, Zigs:) Eighteen months to renovate the barn and six long years to get together something looking like a garden:yes: And now I know why intelligent people buy something on the flat;)
         
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        Aah, but yours is better:)
         
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        Stop! You're making me blush....
        Have a good trip to Shineyland:) Wish I could have made it, but perhaps next year...
         
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        Wow that is some place you have there and a lovely place and fabulous garden don't think you would see me again for a month.
        A grand project.
        Carl.
         
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        Thanks Carl:) I'm enjoying the garden more this year because it's getting watered very regularly without any help from me. Luckily, I like weeding;)
         
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        Think you would need to like weeding I dream of somewhere like that.:)
         
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        It'll come, Cjt2014.....one day:) I had to wait for 20 years! It's a good job that there are early-cropping hybrid walnut trees available nowadays:biggrin:
         

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