I want to encourage you to leave comments. We are amateurs and I'm sure we make mistakes in the identity of some of the flowers. We are photographers first and botanist second. I do hope you enjoy the photography. Click on any picture to make it larger.
How to leave a comment!!!
1. If you have a Google account, its easy. After all, this is a Google product.
a. First, sign into your Google account.
b. Go to the post you want to comment on.
c. Click on "0 comments" (Could be any number).
d. Fill in your comment.
e. Below the picture in the comments section, you should see "Comment as: Your Name (Google)".
f. Click "Publish Post".
g. You are done!
2. If you are not already logged on to Google, you can do it here.
a. Fill out the comment section as before. The "Comment as:" block will show "Select profile...".
b. Click on the down arrow for a menu.
c. From here you can sign on with several different accounts, including Google.
d. To sign on with Google, click on "Google Account".
e. Then click on "Publish Post". This will take you to your Google Account log in page.
f. Log in and you will be returned to your comment.
g. You can either edit your comment at this time or simply "Publish Post". Whew!!! I told you it was easy.
3. Now, suppose you live in the dark ages and do not have a Google account. Never fear. It is actually easier to leave a comment by using just your name. You can comment anonymously, but we would really like to know who is commenting.
a. As before, go to the post you want to comment on.
b. Click on "0 comments" (Could be any number).
c. Fill in your comment. Below the picture in the comments section, you should see "Comment as: Select Profile".
d.Click on the down arrow for a menu.
e. From the menu, select "Name/URL". A new screen will pop up and ask for your name and URL.
f. You only have to fill in your name. The URL is optional.
g. Click on the "Continue" button. Now you will see "Your Name ( )" in the "Comment as" field.
h. Click on "Publish Post". All done!!! Computers really do make our life simpler. I really need an aspirin.