And even if you accidentally delete one of your own posts, it's not normally actually deleted (at least on Web sites that I have built). It's flagged as invisible in the Web site's database, but admins and maybe mods, depending on their access privileges, can still see and/or restore them. The post can be deleted in the future according to Web site's configuration settings.
That is not how it works on any ProBoards forum. There is no way any post can "reappear" out of order except by the doing the OP.
It's no big deal.......it's just that one of my posts disappeared once and then reappeared before one of sepiana's posts when it was originally after her post. I don't know how I, as an ordinary member, could have done that. Or maybe sepiana just moved one of her posts after mine for some reason.
I suppose when we see admins accidentally deleting other admins posts anything is possible.....maybe sepiana somehow accidentally moved either her or my post like you accidentally deleted MM's post...who knows, or even cares.
It's no big deal........it's just that MM's post going awol brought back memories of what I observed happening to one of mine some time ago.......its all good now
This is my first opportunity to look at my post. My goodness! I sure never expected this response. Thank you, thank you everyone. I should have explained that I took this photo from another photo so, yes, I suppose it could be considered a "scan" although it was never placed on a scanner bed. It was taken with a cell phone under very poor lighting conditions.
Anyway, I really appreciate the solutions. As I said I used levels, brightness, contrast. Will have to look carefully at the explanations here as to how the solutions were achieved.
That is a very neat way to display both pictures along with their history. You need to find a very similar background photo of trees and replace the wall with the outdoor scene, as if the original site were revisited. ..... and dig those old Navy uniforms and same dresses, flowers, and jewelry out of the closet and take another photo.
On a poverty-level Kentucky budget, a 24-exposure roll of film would have two Christmases and a summer vacation on it and we might have to wait another six months before being able to afford developing the film.
I still have trouble remembering that it doesn't cost anything to take thousands of pictures; it just almost seems impossible to be true.