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Loading a photo of Poland from your mobile/cell phone takes 30 seconds, come on!


pawian 159 | 9,463
2 Sep 2012  #1
Guys, why don`t you post photos of Poland which you have taken on your mobiles? Connecting the phone to your comp takes 3 seconds, finding the file with photos next 10 seconds. Selecting a photo and posting it here - about 15 seconds.

What`s wrong with you? You can`t spare frigging 30 seconds? ??????

Shelves in my bedroom:









smurf 39 | 1,982
2 Sep 2012  #2
you must be really really really bored.....go to instagram or flickr, it'll keep ya amused for ages.
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
2 Sep 2012  #3
No, you halfwit, I am trying to develop and inspire this forum and not others. Is it so hard to understand such obvious things? :):):):):):):)
jon357 63 | 14,122
2 Sep 2012  #4
Here goes. Do you recognise this place?
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
2 Sep 2012  #5
No, you halfwit, I am trying to develop and inspire this forum and not others. Is it so hard to understand such obvious things? :):):):):):):)

The close up of the shelves:

Sorry, once I tried to keep books in order according to their subject but I stopped a few years ago. It is sisyphean task. Yes, I am fekking messy, I am not afraid to admit it!

The toy cars you can see in the first pic are my fav ones from my childhood. I store them off my kids` hands as a great keepsake. Can you recognise the producer?]

Here goes. Do you recognise this place?

Jon, let me remind you that the riddle photo thread is here: Poland in photo riddles.

I hope you don`t mind. Thanks. :):):):)









Zibi - | 336
3 Sep 2012  #6
The toy cars

Matchbox!!! Do they even exist and if so are they being produced/sold? :-) Lovely.
pip 10 | 1,661
3 Sep 2012  #7
ok- I will play. how do you do it? I have an iphone so if it is more complicated than necessary I won't do it.
smurf 39 | 1,982
3 Sep 2012  #8
No, you halfwit,

cool story, bro
Go flickr.com/search/?q=poland&f=hp

or thephotoforum.com/forum/forum.php?s=cc7305a7cf883d9acb9276ce88bb2a74

(maybe you are the next Walker Evans, now there was a guy who really knew how to make bookshelves interesting)
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
3 Sep 2012  #9
ok- I will play. how do you do it? I have an iphone so if it is more complicated than necessary I won't do it.

I am happy to be of help.

1. Take a photo in the morning, afternoon, evening or night..
2. Connect your phone to the computer with a cable. I heard you can use wireless connection on some phones, too.
3. When in PF, click reply button. Under the first row of icons, can you see [+] attach files ?
4. Click on it and attach your photo files. You have to find their location on your phone.
You can add 4 in one post.
5 Mind that all your attached files will be always displayed at the end of your post.

Matchbox!!! Do they even exist and if so are they being produced/sold? :-) Lovely.

Yes, Matchbox cars, available for hard currency in Pewex shops in my childhood. The ones in the photo are the dearest to me. As far as I know, Matchbox still makes toy cars but not the same models, of course.

Here goes. Do you recognise this place?

Is it one of Orthodox churches in Podlasie region?

domowo-iw.blogspot.com/2012_07_01_archive.html
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
3 Sep 2012  #10
Connecting the phone to your comp takes 3 seconds, finding the file with photos next 10 seconds. Selecting a photo and posting it here - about 15 seconds.

E..g,



sobieski 107 | 2,129
3 Sep 2012  #11
Sorry, once I tried to keep books in order according to their subject

Here Pani Irena, my Ukrainian housekeper since many years, last year decided all my books were dusty, and after cleaning everything rearranged all my books according to size :)))
pip 10 | 1,661
3 Sep 2012  #12
1. Take a photo in the morning, afternoon, evening or night..

too difficult. I need to be able to do it straight away from my phone.
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
3 Sep 2012  #13
It is possible if you have wireless connection like Bluetooth on your computer.

I think you need to download and install Bluetooth first.
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
3 Sep 2012  #14
Connecting the phone to your comp takes 3 seconds, finding the file with photos next 10 seconds. Selecting a photo and posting it here - about 15 seconds.

Pawian, there's an easier way. Just email the photos from your phone to your email account. That way all you need do is download once your PC gets the email. :)

And what's these pictures of bookshelves? Is this the "real" Poland?

JK, Pawian!
jon357 63 | 14,122
3 Sep 2012  #15
Is it one of Orthodox churches in Podlasie region?

It's in Podlasie but it isn't a church. Something similar but used rather more often....

Btw, I think a photo of bookshelves are 'the real Poland' though the Empik kindle is fast catching up.
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
3 Sep 2012  #16
Pawian, there's an easier way. Just email the photos from your phone to your email account.

Good idea. But that can be trickier for some people than using Bluetooth or another.

And what's these pictures of bookshelves?

They are the closest to my comp.

JK

I haven`t got her on my shelves. My eldest son has one book in kids` room. :):):):)

Is this the "real" Poland?

If I currently live in Poland, it must be real Poland, must`t it? :):):):)

See more. Some, like dictionaries, have got obsolete and are mere decoration today but I still keep them. Or the book about Polonez repairs. I am so sentimental sometimes.







OP pawian 159 | 9,463
3 Sep 2012  #17
Here Pani Irena, my Ukrainian housekeper since many years, last year decided all my books were dusty, and after cleaning everything rearranged all my books according to size :)))

At last there is some order. :):):):)
pip 10 | 1,661
3 Sep 2012  #18
it looks like most Polish houses I have ever been in. Loads of books and plants.
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
3 Sep 2012  #19
plants.

Plants! I almost forgot!

Ok I am taking a pic...

and voilla!:







pip 10 | 1,661
3 Sep 2012  #20
ok- so I just attempted to attach four pictures of a flat I had worked on a zip, zero, ziltch- nothing happened! maybe I will try again tomorrow.
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
6 Sep 2012  #21
Were there any pûrn scenes in your flat pictures?

PF has an automatic blockade on XXX content in attached files..

Today I took a few photos of one of classroom:

A typical Polish classroom includes official and students` decorations:

Official:









OP pawian 159 | 9,463
6 Sep 2012  #22
Students`:





OP pawian 159 | 9,463
10 Sep 2012  #23
I went out of Krakow last Saturday and saw that New World crops have taken over southern Poland`s fields:







jon357 63 | 14,122
10 Sep 2012  #24
Quite pretty really - are they for biofuels?

By the way, your guess that the picture I posted was a Podlasian wooden church was very close but not quite right. It's somewhere that's used rather more often....
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
10 Sep 2012  #25
Quite pretty really - are they for biofuels?

No. They are for direct human consumption. Straight into their mouths.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
10 Sep 2012  #26
Pawian, a serious question - who decides about the cross in the classroom?
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
10 Sep 2012  #27
who decides about the cross in the classroom?

If I say - me? :):):)

If you are really serious to learn, schools take their own decisions on what goes in them. Simple.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
11 Sep 2012  #28
Aha, thanks :)

(we don't have them, except one that was given by the local priest - that's why I wondered if the decision was down to teachers or directors/etc)
OP pawian 159 | 9,463
12 Sep 2012  #29
It is head teachers` decision based on popular opinion of the majority of students and their parents.

If one day students and parents decide to take the crosses down, it will be done.

My weekend uni class are funny guys.



OP pawian 159 | 9,463
12 Sep 2012  #30
My private students are fun too.

Here, a junior high school student`s desk photo display:







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