Photos in this gallery may be downloaded for free and/or printed at cost (for personal use only).
You can also just right-click on the photo to copy it. Before doing that, make sure you are getting the size you want. If you hover your cursor over the right side of the photo, you'll see the different sizes available. Click on the size you want, then right-click on the image that pops up to save it in that size.
Here's a trick - once you have opened one photo to your preferred size, use your arrow keys to scroll through the rest of the photos. That way you don't have to go back and forth between sizes.
If you just want to see them all fullscreen, without downloading them, slideshow is a good way. Here's a link to the slideshow for that gallery. There is also a link on the top right of the gallery.
I use a professional photo printing lab to print the photos on my site - Bay Photo. They are more expensive but do a very nice job. If you want to print your photos through them, use the coupon code to get them at cost. If you want the most economical option for printing, I recommend downloading them and having them printed at Costco. The S and M sizes are really meant just for web viewing, small - like in a blog. The L size will work for sharing on forums or printing 4x6 prints. For any prints up to 5x7, XL will work. Also good size for forums or facebook. For prints up to 8x10, use XL2. (This size is my pic for ALL printing.) Honestly, the online files aren't that large, even at the biggest size. Personally, I would use the XL2 for any printing up to 8x10 inches, just to be on the safe side. You can even use this size for posting on facebook. If you want something to be printed larger than 8x10, email me for the original file.