Here's a quote from the post on Blogger Buzz where I learned about this:
"Lightbox is a whole new way to interact with photos. When clicked, images now expand into a shiny new overlay that displays them at their full size for optimal viewing.
Once an image is opened in the lightbox view, any other images from the same post will now appear as thumbnails along the bottom, which can be easily browsed by clicking the arrow keys on the left or right side of the lightbox."
I've included a photo or two that you can click to see what they're talking about:
|Infinity's edge: Keswick Hall|
|Salmon with mango blueberry salsa.|
|Blueberries with chocolate chip cookie dough (minus the chocolate chips) on top. Yes, I tried this.|
Click on a picture and you should be able to see what this feature does. (I try to load most of my pictures extra large these days, but there should be a little box at the bottom as well, where you can click on any of the pictures from this post.)
I'd love to hear if from your vantage point if this seems like a feature you're likely to use. If you're a Blogger blogger yourself (heh heh: that sounds kind of funny), were you aware they'd added this?
P. S. In other Boonie news, I can't seem to figure out how we're going to do everything that's on our schedule for this fall, or even what our schedule IS this fall.
Dance lessons, visiting colleges (in case that's what our son ends up doing next year), Girl Scouts, play auditions, this week's music biz/song writing workshops for my dear husband, doctor appointments, Bible Study Fellowship and church worship band rehearsals: all these things keep us running in and out of the Boonies, sometimes 3 trips a day. ACK!!!
Oh, yeah, and right in the middle of this, I'm overseeing school, as well.
And registering for blogging conferences and trying to learn to navigate all manner of social media.
Calgon, take me away...