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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Raves of a Reflection

I'm participating in "Weekend Reflections" over at Newtown Area Photos. During the weekend, participants post just that--a photo that involves reflection. How unique is that.

I hope you enjoy this little jewel. I took it on a girls' vacation trip to San Diego.


  1. Beautiful scene, and a great reflection! Water reflections are my favorite! Kathy

  2. Beautiful picture...and nothing sounds more fun! Come say hi :D

  3. I left something for you on my blog! :)

  4. Great shot! I posted my reflection photo too. Thanks for the info.

  5. Great picture! It makes me smile especially since I know exactly where that was taken. I went to San Diego for the first time last summer. What a beautiful city!

  6. It is a beautiful reflection shot. Looks so peaceful there.

  7. Excellent shot Diana

  8. Great picture! San Diego is one of our favorite places. Our oldest son lived there for a few years, so we got to visit often (it's only 4 1/2 hours from Phoenix). Nothing like a Marina to captivate the imagination.


  9. Love San Diego. We only went there once, but I'd love to go back with our girls.

    If you want to widen your template a little, yours should be easy. It looks adaptable. If you go into your blogspot Layout > Edit HTML, you should find some text like the text I have below from my blog...only yours will have different values and might be called something slightly different. But just change your widths.

    #outer-wrapper {
    width: 960px;
    margin:0 auto;
    font: $bodyfont;

    #main-wrapper {
    width: 760px;
    float: $startSide;
    word-wrap: break-word; /* fix for long text breaking sidebar float in IE */
    overflow: hidden; /* fix for long non-text content breaking IE sidebar float */

    #outer-wrapper at least on my blog is the overall width of the blog

    #main-wrapper is the width of the inner section of the blog

    If you move up your outer section from say 800px to 1000px, that's a move of 200px total, and you'll want to change the main-wrapper by the same amount (say from 500px to 700px). This will give you more room for pictures.

    To get a little more room than that, you can take out some of the padding...this is the space between sections, yours seems to have a lot of it. Then you add the total of the padding you've freed up to the main-wrapper (middle section).

    Anyhow, I hope this helps. Just save the text from Edit Template and if playing with your template doesn't work for you, you can always set it back the way it was.


  10. That is gorgeous. It looks like a painting.