You Like Pictures: Here’s How to Download Them

DSC_2646I’ve noticed readers of the blog like the pictures, really like the pictures.

On the Flickr Collegiate athletics page, there have been roughly 15,000 views since January 1.

So here’s a reminder how to download those pictures. Go to the NCS Athletics page.

Or go straight to the page of sets from various sports.

Click on the sport you want. A page of pictures will load. Scroll until you find one you want to see full screen.

When it comes up, you will see a bunch of information about the picture on the right side of your screen. About a third of the way from the top you will see a line of symbols including three dots. Click on those three dots for “More Actions.”

You will see a menu that includes “Download All Sizes.” Click on that and you will go to a page where you can choose which size of picture to download.

Presto. The picture is now yours to use on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or in a family album.

You can also “follow” that flickr page so you will be notified every time new pictures are uploaded (Check the menu atop the main page).

There are more than 4,200 pictures there, far more than you’ll find on the blog.


About jimsravesnrants

Jim Morrison has flown barrel rolls with the Navy's Blue Angels (he didn't barf), climbed and slept overnight in a 243-foot-tall redwood (he didn't fall), and gone one-on-one with Muhammad Ali (he didn't flinch). His award-winning stories have appeared in Smithsonian, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Private Clubs, This Old House, National Wildlife, Smart Money’s offspring, George, Context, Family PC, Good Housekeeping, Playboy, Biography, The Washington Post, Reader’s Digest, Utne Reader, Southwest Spirit, the magazine of Southwest Airlines, and American Way, the magazine of American Airlines, among others. His web site is

Posted on January 14, 2014, in baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, General, lacrosse, Sailing, soccer, tennis, Uncategorized, volleyball, wrestling and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Jim

    You are doing a great job with your coverage. I think people love following the kids.


    Jim Smith

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