New York, New York
Click on any picture here on the blog's front page and you'll be taken to a significantly larger and more legible version.
I did a bit of a double-take on just how much larger—and better—the second-level presentation was and realized it's different than it used to be. I probably haven't clicked on a front page shot to see the larger version in quite a while. Why would I? So I pulled the second-level file down to my desktop and tossed into Photoshop. Hello! It IS the original uploaded file, filename is intact, full 1,000 pixel long dimension intact. Just to be clear, this is still an enormous downsize from the original capture. However, it is the actual file that comes out of a Photoshop batch action that I've written to take my adjusted RAW capture files out to a 1,000-pixel wide sRGB JPEG. About as close as I can make a web presentation to what a real print would look like.