This is Thor: https://flic.kr/p/oRJQWf https://flic.kr/p/ozgRrk
Better if you can post them directly into the forum, as some of us don't trust strange links.
FWIW, For photo posting to this forum, I think photobucket is the easiest. You can drag the photos onto the photobucket page and they then give you several link options including the direct HTML that works for this site.
< Img width="500" src="https://www.flickr.com/photos/126359338@N02/14816386249/lightbox/">
Hmmmm, doesn't like my code?
Don't know if it will work but perhaps we can flag these posting errors to get rid of them!?
There is no space between the less-than character and "img". Here's your second picture (which I hope appears):
Doesn't like the source URL, maybe because of the "HTTPS"
@Anthony - See this post for help: http://www.teslamotors.com/forum/forums/how-post-pictures
Arrg. Looks like either tesla or flickr is blocking the image. It's now formatted correctly. The URL: https://www.flickr.com/photos/126359338@N02/14816386249/lightbox/ does work.
Test #2, it may be the https. Below is an attempt changing to http (which also work fine as a separate link):
Ok, I give up. Looks like Tesla or Flickr is blocking access to the image. I suspect Flickr.
Tricky, but it worked.
Nasty crack in the back window!
Thanks for the fix. I see you didn't get flickr to work, but used an entirely new link from photobucket. Very strange, but flickr may not want linked posts to it's site. I don't think flickr did this in the past.
Hard to tell, but I think the "crack" is a reflection. There is another line in the reflection of the white paint that might be what we're seeing.
Good thought maybe it's a power line or something!
@TeslaTap - Did you follow the instructions in the thread I linked? If so, pay attention to the first footnote. Looks like you grabbed a lightbox URL...
No wonder John always gets such a great reception at the factory...he brings his enforcers!
Yeah it is the power line. So how to I post to tesla?
Generally the copied URL will end in jpg; others likely won't work.