Saw this old article in an archive and was wondering if anyone had any idea where to find the original picture online (without the off kilter background)

 

http://gentlemint.com/tack/35647/

 

Its from the article titled Head to the Hills, How to Plan a Roadtrip.

 

The photo at the top is really amazing, but and I'd like to use it but its off kilter with a background.  I tried using tineye but it couldn't find it.  Any thoughts?

 

Yours in Manliness,

 

-Culper

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Save the image by right clicking on it and click "save as" to save it to your PC. Open the image file in photo editing software and rotate it until the image is level. You can then crop the image to remove the skewed border. A good free photo editing software is GIMP.

Find it here to download: http://www.gimp.org/

Or here's one I done earlier:

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Thanks Jess, I can do excel but I've got a long way to go with paint/photoshop!

Nice work Jess. Hope I can call on you for those editing projects I can't handle?

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