This site is optimized
for a screen resolution of
800x600 or 832x624.
This screen resolution still the preferred resolution of more than 65% of the visitors of this site. The reason is simple: most of people have 15" monitors and with a higher resolution, text is too small. I thus optimized my site consequently.
It would have been possible to make two different versions but as I am alone to work on this site and I have also many other things to do in the life, well , I can only handle one version.
In addition, if, for an unspecified reason, the site appears bizzard to you or causes you some problems, please write to me and tell me which browser you use, which version, and on which platform you surf (Macintosh, PC, etc).
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I would like to know from where you come, how you have discovered my site!? Thanks!
Images too dark?
Images in Bew! galleries seems too dark? You probably have a PC.
The brightness ajustment of the images shown on Bew! are based on a Macintosh screen. First of all, because it is my working tool and also, because a darker storm photograph on a PC (ajusted with a Mac) is closest to reality than if it was too pale on Mac (adjusted with a PC).
For the moment, there's no ideal solution for this kind of image either on Mac or PC.
My Weather knowledge...
In case that you've entered on Bew! by the back door so you didn't saw the warnings at the entering door, I want to remind you that I'm not a professional meteorologist and my knowledge on the subject is limited.
Ask me about my storm chases, my photographs, my site, etc., but don't ask me to explain you in details all the weather phenomena, you could be disappointed by my answers... we understand each other? :-)
Use of my images
All the images shown on this site are protected by royalties. If you want to use them, you have to ask me first by e-mail. Then I will send you the differents rules concerning the use of these images.
If you want to use images not signed "Bewindo", address you directly to their author by clicking on their signature at the end of the narration under the picture.
Your images on this site
It is possible to expose your images on this site. The basic rule is to them them to me by email. However, although I would be always glad to see your images, I cannot guarantee that I will expose them on my site. I will do it if I have time, and if I like them really much. It's the same thing for any section of Bew! that your participation is asked.
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