Regarding the difference in the resolution of image and the compression it is just that every image compression technique may not support all the image types. But you can crop the required area and the rest will be discarded or you can use a photo editing software to remove the white spaces. Also there are some image processors which are specific to the file type and they may not support compression.
If you want to download the full resolution version of the image you may need a photo editing software like Photoshop which can handle every kind of image.
Regarding the compression, no matter how you choose, you will always have a loss in the quality of the image.
Unless indicated otherwise, all content on this blog is licensed under Creative Commons.After writing this blog post I did what any self-respecting, mild mannered male would do: I went to a bar. And if you're reading this in the US, chances are pretty good that you're well acquainted with the type of bar I went to. Bars in the US tend to either be all or nothing, either gay-friendly or 100% heterosexual, so I went to a bar that was somewhere in the middle.
The Leytonstone/Lea bridge area of east London is known as the go-to area for venues that welcome the LGBT community. Apart from the obvious gay-friendly cocktail bars, Leytonstone also has a good selection of music venues and the Lea Bridges is home to the World Pride celebration, as well as numerous other smaller festivals. There is a long and proud history of queer venues and bars in this area and this hasn't always been the case.
When I was younger, bars and clubs in this area tended to be exclusively for the boys. Although the bar scene was thriving at that time, many of the venues themselves were on a male-only policy. If a venue did welcome women, it was almost always to be a place to meet men.
More recently, Leytonstone has played host to a wide array of different gay and lesbian venues, with a mix of gay-friendly and gay-only venues. The proportion of male-only venues has dwindled considerably.
In the same period, the story of the Leytonstone bar scene is one of decline. Leytonstone was once home to some of the best bars in London; in the late 1980s it was a well-known hotspot, with a strong pub and bar culture 0b46394aab