Thanks guys! I'm currently using an Apple computer (iMac) so I'm not sure if it makes a difference or not. I will try and experiment and see if I have some luck. If not, I'll let you know. Thanks! :-)
Ahh, but we do have a built-in photo rotation tool. Just click the yellow "Edit this photo" button next to a particular photo, and then use the "Rotate left" or "Rotate right" buttons as needed.
Didn't mean to start a maelstrom JS... I just figured you had forgotten to rotate them.
I've certainly done it before. :)
Windows Paint has the ability to rotate images as well.
What type of computer do you have? Unless its really ancient, ability to rotate photos should be built-in to the operating system. If you have XP, use Windows Picture and Fax Viewer (the default program to open photos) and in newer versions of Windows its called Windows Photo Viewer. Also, numerous free programs are available on the Internet to rotate and edit images.
Problem is there was no function on the website nor my computer where I could put the pics in an upright position. Perhaps if James could take care of that that would be great....
PS, the same applies to the Christian Co. MO bridges I posted yesterday.
Those sideways pics are hurtin' my neck JS ;p
This bridge is known as the Bellefountain Bridge. More information can be found at the Iowa DOT website under "Historical Bridges." The 1914 photo is from the Iowa DOT website, the 2010 photo is by me.