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Most of the picture frames you see in PicViewPlus originally came from a website
called "Anne Shelton's Graphic Collection". PicViewPlus only uses a subset of these frames, and
those that were used were edited to fit the picture frame specification needs
of PicViewPlus. If you'd like to review the other frames on that site, and
possibly add some of them to what's already offered, go to website
and scroll down to 352 Rectangular Picture Frames and Borders Clip Art.
I recommend checking out website
www.californiacoastline.org, the California Coastal Records Project.
They have photographed (by air) the entire California coastline with very high resolution
images (e.g., 3000 x 2000). The average JPEG picture size is about 7Mb.
Their exceptional detail can be fully appreciated with the zoom and pan
capability of PicViewPlus. Not only that, but they are virtually the only pictures I've found
that also contain latitude, longitude, and elevation tag information embedded within them,
which PicViewPlus also shows. Finally, they're all free!