Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

12 thoughts on “CEE’S BLACK & WHITE FLOWER CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. I’ ve been hacked, so I can only use pictures from my files. This has not been one of my best days. All my new pictures are on the PC which is locked down because I’ve got a squad of Nigerian hacker in my computer. Sometimes, life really sort of sucks.

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            1. I don’t know. No one knows. I’m VERY careful and I’ve never been hacked and I’ve been on the computer for many years. I’ve gotten an occasional virus way back when our virus protections weren’t very good, but that computer has been protected from the moment I turned it on, so it’s also a major failure of their product. But honestly, I don’t know. I’m really missing that computer, too. It’s got all my software and pictures on it.

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    1. Apparently not. And these are really bad guys. Fortunately, I back up my computer, so at worst, I’ll lost this months photographs if I have not used them in the blog. I might have to reinstall the operating system and wipe the hard drives The idea is appalling.

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  1. This “hacking situation” is worrisome. I was on the Yahoo Finance site a couple of days ago and just by moving my curser a whole bunch of things started to download to my computer. I tried to remove all the downloads then went to Malware to do a scan. Then I went to Utilities to do a repair. After that I wiped out the history for the last two days. That did seem to work.
    Normally I like a lot of colour in flowers, but the B & W gives you a chance to view the structure of the flower more closely. Well done Marilyn.


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