The map sections,
covering the whole of the Norfolk Broads area, were hand drawn to give
just the basic outline of the Rivers and Broads ( to a standard detailed,
In addition to static
thumbnail images of the Bridges, they also have clickable areas to display
either photographs or links to companies and businesses.
Database driven, the
map pages are written on demand by server side VB script functions that
write the considerable (repetitive) html code for the photo descriptions
and business link information.
The photo and links
data is stored in one central file, (maintainable online), to be viewed
either by these maps or the dedicated links and photo pages.
The red V markers
indicate the angle and direction form which photos can be viewed when
they are clicked, giving a sort of virtual reality tour of the area.
When clicked, they
bring up the full-size image in full screen mode against a black background.
(except in Netscape!!) I find that this displays the photos to best advantage,
without extraneous distractions.
All of the photos
were taken by myself, using the digital cameras shown in the photography
section. I now have several thousand, taken throughout the year, as
I am fortunate enough to live here.