Play it again - Great MyBayCity Photos From Early Issues
Enjoy some of those great MyBayCity.com photos again
Memorial Day Salute. Photo by Andy Rogers
The Fishing Lesson: Photo by Stephen Kent
We've had great response to the photos we run on MyBayCity.com. People want to send them to friends. They've been used in numerous brochures and on other web sites.
We're frequently asked how to find favorite shots on the web. The obviousanswer is to use the archive of articles to find an old article. But there are other ways to "play it again" for photos.
First, look at the PHOTO OF THE DAY. There's a link at the top right of the front page of every issue. Clicking on thatlink opens the a new window with the photo of the day.
In the upper right panel of "Photo of the Day" you'll see two links. Clicking on the link named "PREVIOUS" shows the photo from the previous day. This allows you to page back and forth through photos a day at a time. The second link is "ARCHIVE" which will give you lists of recent photos by title and date. In each case you can view about 30 days worth of photos one at a time.
The other place to find photos is the "DARKROOM". That link appears at the bottom of the right column of the front page. The DARKROOM allows you to view "thumbnail" sized images of hundreds of our photos.
We hope this helps you find those great pictures. We would like to remind you thatall photos are copyrighted by MyBayCity.com or by the photographer. If you'd like to use any of our photos please e-mail
our photo editor for permission. We generally allow useof photos provided that they are accompanied by the phrase "Photo Copyright MyBayCity.com - Used by permission".
Now, let's play a few favorites one more time:
Sports Article 424
Steve Kent and his family have lived in Bay City for 30 years. He is VP of Technical Services at MMCC which produces MyBayCity.Com. Kent is active in many Bay City civic organizations.
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