Here's what to do to find pictures of almost anything someone posts about (this is exactly what I did when I read something on a site about 'straw bale cold frames & greenhouses):
Go to Google Advanced here: http://www.google.com/advanced_search?hl=en
Find the line that says "exact word or phrase", and type: straw bale (or straw bales)
Find the line that says "any of these words", and type:
greenhouse, "cold frame"
then hit enter
After the page loads, go over to the left hand column and click on the word: Images
...and you'll get to the exact pictures in the link I've pasted below --
If you want to save any of those pictures so you can post them, just right-click the image and choose the option 'save image as', give it a name (or make do with what they named it), choose the folder you want to keep it in, and click 'save'. Then once you have it, you can go to the forum Image file (next to the rest of the forum links), clic/open that, follow the instructions to upload a photo from your computer...and then be sure to keep a copy of the URL so you can easily find it again to use for posting.
Now that you've got the basics, whenever you want to know what other folks's stuff "looks like", you can do a search for whatever they're talking about and download the pictures you find to your own computer, upload them to Curezone, copy the URL of each of the picture/s you've uploaded, and then post them...and ask: "is it like this? or this? or more like this?". Perhaps after you do that a few times, it'll make sense why people don't take pictures, download them to their computre (then edit and/or resize them), upload them to CZ (faces or no faces), and use them in their posts very often. The time Elf spends on the pictures he posts is amazing!
What we're going to be making is technically a 'cold frame' rather than an actual greenhouse - but one could easily consider it a tiny greenhouse. I used 'greenhouse' instead of 'cold frame' because so many people have no idea what a 'cold frame' actually is.
Ours will be something like this (only much bigger on the inside): http://itsasmalltownlife.blogspot.com/2012/02/straw-bale-cold-frame.html
We'll be using a 'storm door', 3 old full size 'storm windows' and plastic sheeting - and making it 3 bales wide & 3 bales long (a bale is around 42"-43" long and 20" wide).
If we would have known about this sooner, we could have planted all kinds of cool weather veggies in late August/early September, then placed the straw/cover around them when it started getting dangerously cold. These will actually stay so warm, that we could extend the growing season until November/December for many veggies! This year, we're going to do it to 'save the habbies' (hopefully)...and we'll go ahead and toss in some lettuce/spinach seeds that germinate quickly, just to see 'how it works' for next years garden.