ok, it seems like I got this account back, hopefully!
I will go through the procedure that I used, in case it can help you.
First go to the log in page. try to log in. It won't work, so click on "Lost Your Password?"
then it will go to a page that asks you to enter your user name, and that annoying catcha
fill that out and enter, and you should see a green message saying "Email sent to you"
You will get two emails. The first will have a link that will open your page for you. Once you go to that page, the system will send you a second email, giving you a temporary password, which you can use to change the password back to what you usually use, using the "Edit My Parameters" in the menu that comes down from beneath your name on the upper left. I don't think this second crucial email with the password will be sent, unless you first enter your page, using the first email with the link to your page. Once you change your password/edit your paramters your account should be yours again! There is also a bit of confusion on how to save the new password once you enter it. There is no save button :( There is an Edit button, but that didn't seem to save it for me. But after typing in your new password, hit the ENTER key, and then it seemed to be saved? crazy, I know! Good Luck!
On February 19 2012 at California, United States 137 Views
flowers in their natural surroundings. No coloured or painted flowers. No other things in the picture but flowers.
As description: Name of the flower and the country where the picture was taken.
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