Thanks again for letting me tag along the course. I’ve finally had confirmation that I can share the photos with you.
Before I share the link, there’s just a few things I’d ask from you if you plan on sharing them online.
It’s always a good thing for the reserve and the course to have more visibility. If you can either tag the Gault Nature Reserve as the location, or even better, mention Gault or the course in the caption, it could help others discover the reserve / BIOL331.
I’d appreciate it if you don’t crop the photos. By default, Facebook profile photos get cropped—there’s a Don’t Crop button so when we click on the thumbnail, we’ll still see the full image.
If you don’t mind crediting me for the photos, I’d appreciate it. I’m @al.xtran on Instagram. On Facebook, my professional page is just Alex Tran (there’s a few of us, I’m the one with the dog in the profile pic.)
That’s it! Photos can be downloaded here.
Thanks again! Hope your projects went smoothly and you’re enjoying the semester.
(Below is the slide show I shared with you guys. It doesn’t have all the photos but I’ll just leave it there.)