The pages linked to from here contain a selection of photographs that I've taken. This introductory page contains an explanation of how it's organized and allows you to get to any of the parts of the gallery.
At this point I'm just getting started, so the only section you can access is the complete chronological lists. Eventually I hope to have some groupings by topic. subject and location.
Every picture in the gallery is available in four sizes. . From largest to smallest these are:
Whenever thumbnails appear, clicking on them goes to the individual photo page. On pages with a list of sub-groupings, you can almost always click on a heading to get an expanded view of just that section.
There are two chronological listings available. I recommend the complete text summary by year and date which is long, but only text, so it loads relatively fast. From there you can get pages of thumbnails for a whole year (small thumbnails) or a single date (larger thumbnails). There is a note of the number of photos on each day, and (usually) a short description.
The other one is a more complete list, that includes thumbnails for every photo. These thumbnails are sometimes too small to figure out what the actual photo is, but by clicking on a date or a thumbnail you can see more detailed pictures. Since this page has a lot of thumbnails, it may take a long time to load.
Clicking on a date (in either listing) will show a page with just the pictures on that date, but with large thumbnails so that you may be able to actually figure out what the pictures show.
Clicking on a thumbnail image will load the individual image page.
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And finally, a random note:
There are two types of people in this world, and one of them can extrapolate from incomplete data.