I'm afraid not Tre, you cannot load an image directly into this forum, you can only link to images stored on other websites such as Photobucket, Dropbox, Flickr....... etc.
Should be easy to set up an account on one of these sites from your iphone or ipad. Flickr looks ok, free and you get 1000Gb free storage, (that's alot) and you can download the App so you load directly up to flickr from your phone/ipad. Once your photos have been uploaded, then you can copy the link to it and add it to the post on the forum. I have just opened an account on there myself and I am currently adding over 1000 photos from my phone to it.
Think I tried Flickr before but can't for the life of me think what password etc I set!! Sorry, looks like I won't be adding pics unless, by a miracle, I get time to research further..... One day.... Until then, thanks to one & all who do post photos Tre
PM me a phone number next to your computer or whatever magic machine you use. And a convenient time and I'll ring you and talk you through Photobuckett (I have zillions of minutes, so no problems with cost of phone calls).
We isolate ourselves, so that when we get back together, no one is missing
I shall be down to one 'sort of' tooth (another tiger, so it'll be the same job to come out when the day arrives!) and a crown. I look forward to the day when the last one comes out and I can switch to soup, bananas and ice cream (oh yes, and tzatziki).
UPDATE. The last remaining tiger tooth broke yesterday as I bit on a pear, so into the dentist this morning - he said last time I needed to keep it as it provided a platform to carry the plastic teeth on. It turns out they have a very free day on Monday, so I shall be once again having a horrible time anticipating the "In case" until then. After this one, there will only be the one remaining, a crowned molar. If/when that one goes, it'll be the end of the dental costs epic - at a quick look on my bank account, various visits over the last four years have cost me in the region of £2,000 and next Monday will likely be another £200. And these stupid plastic teeth still won't eat anything! I only wear them to avoid frightening children and sensitive animals. Fortunately, I can cope with fish and chips, bananas, chocolate, stew and several other comestibles just using my gums. Every time we go out for a meal as a family, daughter in law glances across and asks if I've taken my teeth out. What's really annoying is that I had just got back to being able to gum the crispness out of a bag of crisps before this latest breakage happened, now I'll be back to soup for a couple of weeks from next Monday until the gum heals over! I just hope I've gotten over it in time for my annual Father Christmas performance on Saturday 22nd November. (although I won't be able to do my party trick this year - I usually demonstrate the absence of teeth to children to encourage them to brush their teeth - one mother came back a couple of years ago to say her daughter won't ever miss brushing morning and night, no matter what!).