Locking images in Apple Mail

Hi, I'm trying to line up four photos horizontally in my emails (apple Mail v. 6.6). But when I send them they appear vertical. Is there anyway I can lock them so that they stay horizontal?  thanks, Mary

Hi persephonee,
If you are having issues loading images in Mail, you may find the following article helpful:
Mail (Mountain Lion): Show or hide remote images
http://support.apple.com/kb/PH11756
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