Strangely, in PseudoColour mode NSCA Mosaic displays everything very reasonable whereas Netscape dithers the pictures until they are dead!
Here are the pictures I would like to share with you, the Net. All frontpages contain iconized reproductions of the pictures I offer. Be warned: Using an ISDN linkup at 64 bps you'll need 8 to 10 seconds just to load the icons. Here you go:
There are a few more images worthwile to the interested observer, but probably not to the casual one. Thus the rejects which didn't make it into the other trip are made available separately:
All normal-sized pictures were converted from their fullsized JPEG sources using the following ImageMagick command:
mogrify -format gif -interlace line -sharpen 50 \ -size '25%x25%' *.jpeg
All icon images were converted from the normal-sized GIF source using the following ImageMagick command in a Bourne shell loop:
for i in *.gif ; do s=`basename $i .gif` ; echo $s ; \ convert -mattecolor '#ccc' -frame 10x10 -interlace line \ -quality 90 -comment "Scotland, April 1996" -colors 248 \ -colorspace yuv -geometry '15%x15%' $i $s.jpeg ; done