Nearly 2050 photos later…
There were fjords, of course, and more fresh water than I’ve ever seen in my life, which is a lot to say coming from a native Minnesota girl.
More pictures, much more, coming later.
Meanwhile, life is like a box of chocolates.
Sorry for the dearth of posts. We are obsessing, and I do mean obsessing, over planning our upcoming trip to Norway. I cannot tell you how many websites, brochures, maps, forums and guidebooks we have poured over in the last month. Essentially it all boils down to three things:
- There’s a good chance that some roads we want to take will still be closed due to Winter driving conditions. Think about that for a moment.
- Bring money. I now understand why everyone keeps saying this is a once in a lifetime trip!
- There will be photos.
But for right now, I’m entirely immersed – up to my eyeballs. And, honestly, would it be too much to ask for this to happen while we’re there?
Photo BY-NC-ND by kimb0lene on flickr, but who also has a WPcom blog
For the full story: [Official Thread] Welcome back HTML Embeds! Goodbye to some sharing options.
The salient part is:
Secondly, we are announcing that we are deprecating the support for our built-in sharing options for WordPress [Ed: spelled in the original with a small “p”], Blogger and LiveJournal on 3/25. Deprecating features is never an easy decision, but we have seen that all of these services combined are now adding up to less than one percent of daily share volume from Flickr.
Which I understand to mean that this method will no longer be supported: http://en.support.wordpress.com/images/flickr-photos/#blogging-your-photos (link to Internet Archive)
Meantime, the flickr HTML embed option is being brought to the “new flickr experience” in addition to the current iframe embed, which we cannot use here on WordPress.com.
Of course, this does not affect the WP o-embed method of copying and pasting the link of the flickr image page on its own line in your post or page. Or at least I hope not!
(HTML embed from the original flickr experience coming soon to the “new flickr experience” near you.)