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Found A Calcaneum, 2" Not Sure What From

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post-13629-0-15713900-1383788299_thumb.jpg Found on Peace River in Hardee County. Shorter than examples I found on this form and elsewhere. 2" long.

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RichW9090

Take a couple more photos showing the whole thing, not held in hand.

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apmoore

Take a couple more photos showing the whole thing, not held in hand.

Will do, these were the only two images small enough to upload, will re-size the others. Thank you!

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apmoore

Take a couple more photos showing the whole thing, not held in hand.

Additional photos, appreciate the help.post-13629-0-90365700-1383871980_thumb.pngpost-13629-0-20062000-1383871995_thumb.pngpost-13629-0-84022800-1383872011_thumb.png

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RichW9090

Apmore, the pictures are very pixelated and reveal almost no detail at all. I have to say at this point that I see no evidence from the pictures that the object is even bone. If you can get better illuminated, clear photos, I might see something different, but at this point I just can't make anything out.

Rich

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apmoore

Apmore, the pictures are very pixelated and reveal almost no detail at all. I have to say at this point that I see no evidence from the pictures that the object is even bone. If you can get better illuminated, clear photos, I might see something different, but at this point I just can't make anything out.

Rich

I'm not sure what is causing the pixilation, when I view them on this post , they are clear. Are the first two clear, they are 2megs each. The others are 300k, which should show clear. I'll try a different file type. Appreciate the feedback, I'd like to get the picture issue solved so I make good posts.

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Shellseeker

Not everything works -- but I take photos in the sunshine around noon to eliminate shadows.

I also attempt both dark and light backgrounds

Depending on the fossil, one will come out clearer than the other.

I also used the vanilla Windows Picture editor "Compress option" to reduce the photo in size. The vast majority of photos I post are compressed to approximately 200-300 kb.

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apmoore

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I'm not sure what is causing the pixilation, when I view them on this post , they are clear. Are the first two clear, they are 2megs each. The others are 300k, which should show clear. I'll try a different file type. Appreciate the feedback, I'd like to get the picture issue solved so I make good posts.

Here are some BMP's

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RichW9090

Not sure what's up with those pictures, but they are still incredibly pixelated.

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