I emailed them about a glitch with the sizing of header photos. Let’s see how fast they get back to me...or, more to the point, how fast they fix the problem.
I have been making matching header and background sets and have made a few interesting customized ones. It will be like sporting a new party dress around here over the next little while as I bring them out and show them off. (the things that amuse me…)
Thanks to Dezz and Miss CP for their unstinting support and encouragement as I worked my way through some sizing and tiling issues. I think I have finally figured it out!
I’m thinking of doing a video tutorial on what I’ve gleaned from this experience, thereby sparing someone else the major headaches caused by all the cropping, exporting, importing and re-cropping I went through just to humour my desire for something original.
Thank god for BG + 3 O’s - and, if you’ve hung around Pearson Report for a while you’ll know what that code stands for. (any guesses)
All in all it was a fascinating journey borne out of patience and persistence.
But not as fascinating as my outing to the Vancouver Police Museum, on Saturday.
I took the “Sins of the City” tour. I didn’t bother to make a video of my walk-about since this one (that I linked to) is great - I learned long ago not to duplicate that which is already excellent. Right!! So do check it out.
My first stop, before going on the walking tour, was the actual museum which was housed in what was once the Coroner’s Office and the City Morgue.
Here, as a teaser, are a couple of photos - more will be forthcoming shortly.
Past a wall of illegal, confiscated weapons and counterfeit bills...
we find the autopsy room...surreal to say the least, and very interesting.
Everything here is authentic and original. This was the morgue, where they kept the bodies after the autopsies.
It's late as I type this, and I'm in need of some serious shut eye - but I think I'll settle for my comfy bed with its sheep fleece comforter and soft pillows. Ah, to be alive...
Have you visited a Police Museum in your city...or elsewhere? How about a morgue?