OK, so you can see our yard... and our neighbors who are just below - although we cannot see their place... and they are only there a couple months each year... Yep - that is our "town" Not much here... I put a pic of Missoula in at the same zoom to show just how much of nothing is here...
The Griz Corridor shows the two mountain ranges that the Griz have been tracked passing back and forth between them... yes, we live in the middle of it. LOL.
These Satellite images are a little outdated... they should be mostly WHITE... since it is snowing again today - LOL.
I am feeling somewhat pleased with myself. I am not one to read manuals often... but I finally learned something from a trial and error attempt. I am intrigued with screen shots. They have always seemed a little daunting. My key issue was getting them to a jpeg. I never could figure out the clipboard, or find it for that matter. I knew if I did a ctrl+PrtScn I could take a literal photo of my screen... but where did it go? Then hubby told me I could do the PrtScn thing and open WORD and paste it there. But that still did not give me a "Photo" - and WORD confuses me a little too. I use it, but do not get overly complex with it. (KEEP IT SIMPLE - my motto). SO I had this revelation... What if I paste it in a new Photoshop Image? Hmmm - I wonder if that will work... Guess What!!!!
It even SAYS clipboard in the description. One thing I did was change the resolution to 300... and though it changes from clipboard to "custom" you just click OK - then the blank page shows up - Go to Edit > Paste ... and Yippee Skippee - there is your screen at a somewhat decent resolution... then you can downsize it to whatever res you need for web work. Now, you all probably KNOW this already, but I am feeling awfully pleased with myself for figuring it out. I even checked it in PS CS... and it works.
I just wanted to get this post up... and now I am off to finish my coffee, and my day.
Bear Hugs all around!