Ode to Rockwood

This is a collage of photos taken when my cousin and I visited Rockwood after our Oma moved out. Their home at Rockwood was a place where we as extended family would gather every year, and that meant a lot to us.

Here are some higher-resolution images available for download and printing.

The ones on the left have a black border around them. After images are printed, the edges are cut down to size, and sometimes this removes part of the image itself. Images with a border ensure that the whole artwork is visible after printing, because the border will be cut rather than the artwork itself.

Also note that the PNG format images are better quality than the JPG format images of the same size, because PNG does not lose any quality when saving, but JPG does lose some quality. PNG is better for printing, but some places may only accept JPG images.

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