Friday Flower Fiesta (9-16-2016)

Friday Flower Fiesta

I have had a need to create eBooks but I wanted one of those flipping eBooks that I see occasionally.

I have tried several of them but they either are absent-ware (parts of the program are absent unless you pay for it), are too difficult to work with, or are just plain bad.

Finally, I found Flip PDF, which makes flipping eBooks out of PDF files. Since Word and InDesign, the two programs that I use most for page layout, easily create PDF files, I gave it a try.

I’m extremely happy with it.

Check out this short flipping eBook of (mostly) flowers:

Flowers of the World

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

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This post approved by Zoey the Cool Cat

14 thoughts on “Friday Flower Fiesta (9-16-2016)

    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      Might have just been server maintenance or something. Maybe even WordPress, a platform that I’m a little disappointed in after being away for a year. I thought they might make improvements but things seem to be a little worse. It took me an hour last night to do this short post because of WordPress crashing. I had even moved to three different computers so I know it was a WordPress problem.

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  1. acflory

    lol – I was wondering what a flipping ebook was and now I know. 😉 Stunning photography, especially the furry one at the end, but where are the names of the flowers? I knew the names of a few of them but most left me wanting to know more!

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      Spanish dagger yucca (Yucca gloriosa), African daisy (Osteospermum), Common thistle (Cirsium), Unknown from the San Diego Zoo, Iris, Aloe, Canna, Fake plant in one of my neighbor’s yards, Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Zoey the Cool Cat after hearing a Trump video on my computer.

      All of the bromeliad pictures were taken at the San Diego Zoo, which also is an internationally renowned arboretum.

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