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Translate the back sides of photos

Postby donnawright » 11 Jul 2009, 06:46

http://s1010.photobucket.com/albums/af2 ... m%20Italy/

Never used photobucket before. I hope I did it right. There are 5 photos total.

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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby PeterTimber » 11 Jul 2009, 14:14

how do you bring it upon screen??? =Peter=-
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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby donnawright » 11 Jul 2009, 17:48

I see the problem. When I checked the link prior to posting, it worked, but probably because it "remembered me". I have to figure this out. Never posted a photo or document here before. Thank you for looking and alerting me to the problem.
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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby PeterTimber » 11 Jul 2009, 18:27

The blessings of ignorance on my part! =Peter=
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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby vj » 11 Jul 2009, 18:30

If you can log onto photobucket, they are there

Left side

Albums
Newest uploads

Click on tiny image of the document (there are 5)

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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby PeterTimber » 11 Jul 2009, 19:12

Amen as usual!!=pETER=
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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby donnawright » 11 Jul 2009, 21:10

Excuse me...VJ, Valarie -- it is not imageshack; it's photobucket. But your description of them being on the left side of the page is correct.. If there's a better way to get them here, please tell me.

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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby vj » 11 Jul 2009, 21:19

Hi Donna!
I think they're fine where they are.
You may have to wait for a translator to drop by.
It's pretty slow here on the weekend.
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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby donnawright » 13 Jul 2009, 16:25

Will one of the translators please take a look at the photos that are in the original post here? I would appreciate it very much, and thanks.

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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby donnawright » 14 Jul 2009, 04:36

Yes, it does help to post this way. I'll try to do that next time. Translators, please take note and translate the back of five photos posted right above this. Thanks
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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby Lucap » 14 Jul 2009, 07:58



Caro zio, vedete l'alberello che [di cui] avevi tanta cura come è bellino? Tra qualche anno fa l'ombra, spero lo terrete in ricordo e venite presto in Italia che noi siamo speranti [speriamo che deciderai di venire presto in Italia]. Senza voi le vaccherelle vi sognano davanti al forno dove prima c'era la ficaia [pianta di fichi], così(!) vuoto si vede pure il castello Poderuccio Silvano


Spero che qualcuno riesca a tradurre in inglese per Donnawright.

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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby Lucap » 14 Jul 2009, 08:01



Dora Liberato Silvano
con tanto affetto a voi xxxx [baci?]

Vi ricordate dell'Italia? 1959 Silvano



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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby Lucap » 14 Jul 2009, 08:11



Caro zio vedete i vostri 3 giganti [alberi, persone???] come sono prosperosi? Stanno su per le scale del poderuccio e non volendo ci sono presi pure quelli della loggia sopra lo zio Piero, Giulio, Liberato, Bruno, Marino, Vivaldo, xxx, Silvano. Con affetto...

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Re: Translate the back sides of photos

Postby elba » 14 Jul 2009, 08:24

Lucap wrote:


Caro zio, vedete l'alberello che [di cui] avevi tanta cura come è bellino? Tra qualche anno fa l'ombra, spero lo terrete in ricordo e venite presto in Italia che noi siamo speranti [speriamo che deciderai di venire presto in Italia]. Senza voi le vaccherelle vi sognano davanti al forno dove prima c'era la ficaia [pianta di fichi], così(!) vuoto si vede pure il castello Poderuccio Silvano


Spero che qualcuno riesca a tradurre in inglese per Donnawright.

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