It seems one or two people have reached, or are close to, the photo limits on their blogs. We all tend to get carried away when adding photographs and some who are new to blogging, don't realise there is a limit.
One way around this is to have another blog that you link your existing blog to. That way, you can discuss different things on different blogs. We are all allowed 100 blogs each – goodness me, that would take a bit of organising!
However, if you have the software to do it, always make sure you upload photographs that have been reduced down to 15 cm x 10 cm at 72 pixels (or 10 cm x 15 cm at 72 pixels). That way, you should be able to get loads on your blog without reaching your limit.
When you have reached your limit, or you don't want to split your blog into various parts, what is the answer? Google blog has a fantastic help section so I have dived into it to give you somewhere to go.
When you upload a photo to your blog, it goes into a Picasa web account (which you can access whilst still logged in, or sign into using your blog details). Didn't know that, no, neither did I in the early days
First of all, find out where you are regarding your limit. Make sure you are logged in, link to the above page, go down to the bottom and press the link to your web album page. You should arrive at your home page and see your blog's web album. At the bottom, is your limit and where you currently are within it - here is mine from this morning.
If you have reached your limit and don't want to upgrade, then you are going to have to do a little hard work to sort it out. You need to delete photographs from your blog, lets face it, we all add too many anyway, so releasing some room by paring them down will help. Do some from the early days of your blog which will probably be very large when you didn't know any better. If you have a post with several in, you can easily delete some.
How to delete a photo you have uploaded to your blog
When you have finished, check back into your album to make sure they have disappeared and given you more storage space.