How do I upload pictures of my new vivarium?

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  1. pygmycory

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    I now have my first frog vivarium put together, and pictures taken. How do I put the pictures up here so I can show people?

    When I try to upload a file, I get a message saying the file is too big.
     
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    I was advised by a member to use imgur.com as the file sharing site.
     
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    I'll look into that. Thanks.
     
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    No problem, looking forward to seeing the newly built viv ☺
     
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    I didn't have much luck with Imgur, but I put it in paint and resized to be much, much smaller. Let's see if this works.
     

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    Yes! it worked. I think I will start another thread over in the vivariums general section. As you can see from the above photo, it is a rather odd build, being two vivariums inside one exoterra but completely sealed off from each other. I'd done lizard and invert vivaria before, but the one on the left is my first dart frog tank. The one on the right is my crested gecko's new home. They are very thoroughly sealed off from each other - if you look at the bottom, you can see there's water in one side and not the other, because I do not want one creature's food ending up in the other vivarium, or worse, a frog or froglet encountering the gecko.
     

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