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slhoornstra14-Jul-2018 02:39
I find that your images do make me feel the air, hear the sounds, remember the smells. So If thats what you want to do, you are a great success. And needless to say, they are beautiful and surprising. Thanks! A moving journey though your galleries...
Best,
Sharon
Carl H. Johnson01-Jan-2018 12:52
HAPPY NEW YEAR BUZ!!!!
Gary28-Dec-2016 17:56
Thanks, Buz.
No, our Christmas was spent dealing with the Flu. Both my Wife and I came down with it, with in hours of each other. It' been snowing and as soon as I can get up enough energy I'll have to dig out my truck and clean our driveway. Bills need to be paid and mailed.
Gary20-Dec-2016 20:58
I appreciate your nice comment on my image.
An early Christmas wish to you and your Family, and a healthy New Year....
Gary25-Nov-2016 18:31
Thanks Buz, yes, our Thanksgiving was an enjoyable one...
Gary14-Nov-2016 17:26
Many thanks Buz, these Moose are the first we have spotted in quite some time. The last Moose to inhabit the Valley was poached and left to rot. There has been rash of shooting/poaching incidents this past year and the powers to be believe it is being done by a group of teens, but have yet to get solid evidence on them. According to the local paper any way...
Gary09-Oct-2016 15:56
Thanks Buz, I really appreciate your nice comments on my images...
Gary07-Jul-2016 15:51
Thanks, Buz.
I wish I could be at the Park now. I visited the park briefly in 1968 when I was attending a trade school in Denver. The visit was way to short, the rugged beauty of the Park is awe-inspiring.
Gary28-May-2016 17:13
I appreciate your kind comments on my Landscape images. Coming from you who does not take a back seat to anyone when it comes to Landscape images, means a great deal too me....
Have a nice Memorial Day holiday, Buz...
Gary19-May-2016 18:55
Yes it's good to be back. We are both in good health and it' also good too hear from you.
Unfortunately we lost our Son, he fought a long and difficult fight, he is now resting peacefully...
camelia13-Jul-2015 08:24
Amazing galleries my friend
Michael Dougherty09-May-2014 01:03
Outstanding work Buz. I am from Arkansas and people tell me your Cades Cove is very similar to our Boxley Valley, a part of the Buffalo National River. Love your work, and love it that you do black and white. Nice moody landscapes. I also love William Blake. I think the essence of what we do reflects the mystery of nature. You capture that.
Michael Dougherty, Ponca, Arkansas
Ann Pettigrew09-Dec-2013 21:16
I just spent time looking at several of your amazing galleries. You have beautiful work! I noticed that you have the 70-200mm lens which is my favorite lens, however, I am having intermittent issues with it not autofocusing and was wondering if you have run into this problem at all with your 70-200. I have sent it back to Nikon and they cleaned the contacts but could find nothing else wrong with it. Any ideas? Thanks so much. I am amazed that I have not seen your work before today. You are now in my favorites!
fredrcox30-Nov-2013 12:52
Buz, you are certainly The Master photographer, and viewing your images is a great learning experience.
SageCreek Images10-Sep-2013 14:54
Morning Buz,
Yes, the Doe did turn an ordinary image into an exciting image by virtue of her act of fleeing from impending danger, me. Now that brings up another age old drama, Fight or Flight, in her case to protect her fawn. How deep does the Mother's love for her fawn run, or, does her instinct for self preservation supersede her parental duties and flee impending danger? In her case, she fled the scene, and left her fawn on it' own...
Beverly J McFarland 12-Apr-2013 22:20
Hi Buz,
I am looking for some Smoky Mountain photos. I love your Cades Cove Methodist Church, Park Road near Crib Gap and White Oak on a Snowy day. What I am looking for is the same location photographed in all 4 different seasons. Do you have anything like that?
I am anxious to hear from you.
Beverly
SageCreek Images04-Oct-2012 02:40
Thanks Buz for the nice comments on my "smoky" images...LOL
Yes, it has been one of the worst fire seasons in our area for quite some time. The valley has been filled with smoke all summer. Working out doors has been limited at best. We decided to take some time away from here and visit Yellowstone and adjacent Teton Park. What a laugh the Parks were filled with smoke as well which was too bad, because the colors were very nice...
Greg Gans 16-Jun-2012 15:27
Hi Buzz,
While web searching for photo sites in the Smokies I came upon your site. I often shoot nature photography here in Pennsylvania. It's very clear that you not only love the awesome beauty of creation but also skilled and passionate way of helping us to "see" it. I hope to get there soon and enjoy the beauty you've shown. Blessings, Greg
Guest 14-Feb-2012 16:56
Buz will pray for God to co9ntinue to give u and your family strength for the road ahead Pat Leo
Naomi Sheaffer06-Feb-2012 01:54
Buz, your images are like poetry for the eyes. Thank you.
-Naomi
lindajames 04-Nov-2010 20:05
Thank you Buz for some awesom art.
poetry66605-May-2009 10:38
Hey Buz, Thank you very much for your kind comments & continued support of my work. I really appreciate your views especially from a great photographer as yourself. I have learnt a great deal from you over the years. Thank you.
Best wishes,
Graeme
Davidjohn12-Jul-2008 07:03
All I can say is I'm very impressed.
SageCreek Images28-Jun-2008 01:13
Hi Buz,
It's nice to hear from you, hope you are enjoying your trip...
GNP is a beautiful place to visit and get some really nice pictures..
csmallari17-Apr-2008 22:56
Thank you Buz for the recent visit to my PAD gallery. Really appreciate the kind comments and the vote. Hope you are in the best of health :)
SageCreek Images10-Apr-2008 15:03
Thanks Buz for the nice comments and votes on my two duck images...
This has been a very rich year for ducks at the Refuge, our flight ducks are still arriving and a few new species have dropped in for a feed and rest before moving on...
poetry66628-Mar-2008 09:50
Hey Buz, Thanks for all your continued support of my work. Your recent kind comments & votes etc. Its good to see you back with us & to see more of your amazing captures.
My best,
Graeme
csmallari12-Mar-2008 23:27
Hi Buz,
Thank you so much for the kind words and the vote - really appreciate it a lot.
Looked over your galleries and it is such a welcome treat to see Nature captured with such passion. We are all truly blessed with this amazing world that we live in. I just wish more people would realize that sometimes the simple things in life can give a person the peace and quiet one needs to rejuvenate from the hectic lives most of us have. You are so lucky to be able to live in a place where nature abounds.
SageCreek Images12-Mar-2008 15:48
Morning Buz,
Thanks for the nice comment on my mallard image and I appreciate your vote..
The marsh area has been a veritable treasure for ducks this spring, now that the flights are beginning to arrive. I wanted to put up a blind but the new manager said no. She has all these new regulations in place and makes it nearly impossible to get any nice close ups of the ducks and animals. She has all these Eastern ideas that just well not work out here, but at least she is trying to improve the Refuge...
Gina B. 07-Mar-2008 19:35
Hey Buz,
I'm still looking at all the images you took though out the years. I can't stop going back and looking. I have saved several of them to my favorites.
Just to know someone like you...who really knows how to take an awesome picture is a huge honor! But, then again just knowing you and Elaine is an honor in itself! I love the fact that almost every image you took has to do with nature. I know I already told you all this, but I wanted you to have it in black and white!
Take care and where ever you go or what ever you do...stay safe!!
Love, Gina
SageCreek Images04-Mar-2008 04:46
Our snipe look a lot like your woodcock, they are probably in the same family...
Appreciate your nice comments and votes for my images...
Gérard Koehl03-Mar-2008 21:19
Merci de votre passage sur mes galeries, et merci de m'avoir fait découvrir les votre.
Je suis vraiment émerveillé par vos photos, et j'y reviendrais régulièrement. Je vous ai ajouté à mes favoris.
A bientôt,

Gérard
Martin Wenzel20-Feb-2008 00:17
Thanks for your comments, Buz. It was good to hear from you - hope all is well! Best regards, Marty
Buffy H Watson 16-Feb-2008 18:48
I am in love with the Smokey's and in love with your pictures. I am taking a photography course and I hope to one day be a tenth as good as you are. Thank You for the inspiration
Nick Clayton15-Sep-2007 18:51
This is a beautiful gallery Buz, well done

http://www.pbase.com/nickclayton
faye white04-Aug-2007 01:37
Buz,

When I visit your galleries, I am in awe of your 'seeing'. I wish I had your gift, but as long as you have it and I can come in and look around, that is fine with me! ;)

Faye
RachelJane20-Jul-2007 14:25
Your nature galleries are magnificent
Beautiful, excellent and creative work
Outstanding!
Rachel x
Rosemarie Kusserow29-Jun-2007 19:14
Thanks for your kind words about my imaghttp://www.pbase.com/image/81254004, I feel honored, have a nice weekend, Rosemarie :o)
Rosemarie Kusserow29-Jun-2007 19:13
Thanks for your kind words about my imaghttp://www.pbase.com/image/81254004, I feel honored, have a nice weekend, Rosemarie :o)
SageCreek Images29-Jun-2007 14:32
Thanks Buz for all your votes and nice comments on my images,
theaprum09-Jun-2007 00:45
Great photography, thank you for sharing your world.
gino messier04-Jun-2007 15:12
so beautiful picture in one place
you're a great photographe
poetry66610-May-2007 10:25
Hey Buz,thank you for all of your continuing support and encouraged kind words and votes that you have left in my galleries. Your photography is and has been a true inspiration to me.
A Big thank you!
Sincerely,
Graeme.
Gene Westburg27-Mar-2007 23:03
Buz,
I guess I just have to get my lazy butt out of bed earlier and get up to the park before you take all the best images. Woops! Too late. You've done that already! Outstanding as always.

I want to know how you get all the good wildlife shots. I never see wolves much less photograph them. I must be going to the wrong part of the park.
Keep it up.
Gene
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:44
I admit you got talent. Now I'm jealous.
KEITH WITHROW20-Feb-2007 03:30
EXCELLENT GALLERY. YOU HAVE GREAT VISION! I VISIT THE GREAT SMOKY MTN. PARK EVERY YEAR. WHAT A STUNNING PLACE, JUST AS YOU SHOW IT!
Zainudin26-Jan-2007 00:52
Buz, your gallery is amazing and I am glad to find it.
Cheers,
flowsnow11-Dec-2006 16:45
Thanks for dropping by my gallery and allowing me this opportunity to view your lovely gallery. You have some lovely shots here! Keep up the good work. Cheers!
Martin Wenzel02-Dec-2006 03:09
Buz - thanks so much for taking the time to visit my gallerys and leaving comments. I appreciate it. I liver in the Finger Lakes region of New York State and wish I could get to SMNP more often but love our region of the country as well. Anyway take care and continue to produce these wonderful images! Marty
Martin Wenzel01-Dec-2006 13:06
Buz - My wife and I spent a week in the Park in September and fell in love with the area. Unfortuneately the weather wasn't great. I can't wait to come back to the Cove and other areas! Your photographs are wonderful! Take care!
Marty
Gene Westburg23-Nov-2006 01:57
Buz
You have got to get a job. Obviously you have too much time on your hands because the quality of your work continues to improve. Thanks for the great images of our Smoky Mts.
gene
eramliw@hotmail.com 10-Nov-2006 07:20
Good site. Thanks.
www.itsaweb.us
Naomi Sheaffer27-Oct-2006 13:04
Buz: Your Smokey Mtn. pics are some of the best landscape shots I've seen on pbase. Very inspiring, and a joy to view.
Best Wishes,
Naomi
pomblnv@hotmail.com 13-Oct-2006 15:57
Very good site. Thanks!
poker
estralita29-Sep-2006 22:35
Hi Buz, Thank you for your nice comments. i enjoy looking for your photos they are so enjoyable. In 1994 Ferndale was brought back to life. The city had become an undesirable place to live. several investors went in and revitalized the area.
Bill Gallagher10-Aug-2006 22:55
Buz, After a week and some change I finally completed my tour of your gallery. I am very impressed. If I haven't said it previously I'll say it now. One of the best I've seen on PBsae. Spent a few days in the Smokeys years ago and you have captured it well. Thanks for sharing.

Bill Gallagher
Phase Photography - Antonius Thambrin10-Aug-2006 00:32
Buz... your gallery is very very inspiring..
Thanks for your comments on my gallery... it's a privilege to have your comments there..
^_^ Please come back again

God Bless,
Antonius
Brinn MacDougall02-Aug-2006 14:46
Thanks Buz, for your comments!
Guest 02-Jun-2006 10:59
Fantastic gallery, thanks for sharing and keep up the excellent work.
SageCreek Images31-May-2006 03:47
Thanks Buz for the nice comment...
Will I'm not back for long...will be at a fellow vets lodge for a month going through some really tough PTSD therapy...
estralita08-May-2006 22:26
Hi Buz, Thank you for your kind comments on my flowers. Your Smoky Mt. Gallery is fabulous!!
SageCreek Images08-May-2006 12:47
Thanks Buz for your nice comment on my scenic...
Yes, this area abounds with the history of Lewis and Clark, but the towm, my home town, Stevensville, is known as the first town in Montana, and the St Mary's mission was established here in the early 1800's. The Bitterroot Valley was used by the many Indian tribes for travel and hunting....
Ann DeCamp03-May-2006 12:30
Hi Buz - I really enjoyed your Smoky Mountain Gallery. I also saw Beverly's as well - great work - I was there the same week.
some of mine
http://www.pbase.com/aedecamp/appalachia
....sorry I didn't bump into 2 other D2X-er's!!
Lucky you to live so close!
Guest 01-May-2006 02:18
It was a real pleasure visiting your galleries!
Alida Thorpe25-Apr-2006 11:11
I enjoy your photos. Lots of variety and interesting shots.
SageCreek Images03-Apr-2006 13:39
Morning Buz, On my way home from visiting my Son this past weekend, I like to take this back road, I spotted a flock of turkies and just happened to get some images of the Toms strutting their stuff. I like your image very much with the way the light in shinning on them. It was an overcast day so there was very little light on the Toms I took. I've always enjoyed watching them court the Hens.
My Son is feeling the affects of his new treatments and is very tired and sick to his stomac. The doctors are not holding out much hope, they said that when Jake first reported his illness, two years ago, the cansor was all ready at stage four and beginning to to spread to his organs. I'm a fighter Buz, I always have been, it is really tough to see that my Son has given up. I had a long talk with him and all I managed to do was get him mad at me.
Guest 29-Mar-2006 00:30
Thanks Buz for all your nice comments, I was really shocked when I first spotted this camel and his two buddies. I never heard of them being in Montana. I knew that in the lake 1800's they had imported them into the Soutwest...
Arno Meintjes Wildlife15-Mar-2006 11:26
I have put a small gallery together about life in and around the Kruger National Park.
I hope this will give you an idea where we are off to every now and then.
You are welcome to visit it here : http://www.pbase.com/arnomeintjes/camps
Regards.
Arno.
Marco Valk11-Mar-2006 11:24
Buz, thank you for your comment on my "buzzard" pic. Your comment made me wonder so I did some homework. The common buzzard or eurasian buzzard (buzzard for short) is spread across Europe and Northern Asia. I will add a link of a dutch birding site with some pictures of buzzards on it. You can copy and paste this link on to your browser

http://www.birdpix.nl/album_search.php?search_type=pic_dutch_name&search=buizerd&personal_album=0

Best regards
Marco Valk

Arno Meintjes Wildlife06-Mar-2006 14:21
Buz. Thanks for the visit. In this case no permanent damage but in 2000 we had millions of Rands damage. This spesific bridge was washed away and rebuild as well as 2 or 3 camps + damage to a lot of permanent structures. Bungalows etc were washed away. Stoves, beds, tents etc. coming down the river. This was more a flood from rain higher up and this was just the shortest route for the water to the sea at mozambique.
These images was taken on the Friday and by Sunday morning the bridge was reopened.
Arno
Arno Meintjes Wildlife06-Mar-2006 05:06
Thank you for the visit and comment. Please have a look at :
Weather over the weekend in the Kruger National Parkhttp://www.pbase.com/arnomeintjes/floods
RichardR05-Mar-2006 18:05
Hi, Buz,
Enjoyed your galleries of many fine images from our part of the world! I live in Sevierville and enjoy photographing many of the same subjects that you do.
Best regards,
Dick Vance
Guest 04-Mar-2006 19:33
Buz, thank you for your comments on my pictures. Your kind words are very much appreciated.
Yes, the orchid was from my archives, as you know. It was a message for all the friendly
comments on my past week - posted instead of another architectural shot. All the best.
Peter Stahl28-Feb-2006 23:20
Hi Buz. Thank you so much for the visit and the kind comments. So glad that you liked it. Have a great day :-)
Arno Meintjes Wildlife21-Feb-2006 05:16
Thank you for your continued support and comments. I opened this album
http://www.pbase.com/arnomeintjes/gallery/restricted to the public, but be warned it is about injured and killed animals.
Oscar A.Rico19-Feb-2006 00:17
Thank you Buz for visiting my gallery and your kind comments and vote.I also took the opprtunity and visited your site.Great work with the Smoky Mountain subject. Regards: Oscar Rico
http://www.pbase.com/tanguero/random_
Kees Terberg18-Feb-2006 18:49
Hehehe, srroy, my spllenig has neevr been a srtong piont. I hpoe taHt you will frogvie me.
Kees Terberg18-Feb-2006 18:46
You really have some cracking shots. If you are ever in our neck of the woods (Channel Islands) I would love you to visit us and I would love to see what shots you would get. A chap like me can learn a lot from your visions and methods of capturing them. Thanks for sharing yoru visions on day to day life through cracking shots.
Arno Meintjes Wildlife15-Feb-2006 11:46
Thanks for your visit and comments Buz.
The quality of this shot is not good but the effect on the impale is deadly.
Arno
http://www.pbase.com/image/56116830
Michael Shpuntov11-Feb-2006 13:37
Buz. Thank you very much for visiting my galleries and commneting and voting for many of my pictures. I enjoy many of you galleries and images and defenitely will be back to see more.
Arno Meintjes Wildlife09-Feb-2006 04:44
Thank you for your visit to and comment on my image. I value your support.
Regards. Arno
Arno Meintjes Wildlife05-Feb-2006 13:52
Thanks for your message on "posing for the camera".
We are back and left all of this behind in the park.
http://www.pbase.com/arnomeintjes/image/55718666
Arno Meintjes Wildlife02-Feb-2006 05:33
Buz. Thanks for your visit and the comment on the Pearl Spotted Owl. Arno
james200201-Feb-2006 14:01
Thanks for the comments on my gallery Buz. I just looked at your Smoky Mts. gallery and it is truely awesome! Went there a few years ago and simply must get back. You really did the area justice.
Jim
Guest 31-Jan-2006 21:54
Thanks for your comment on the Fort Niagara gallery. I went there monday morning at 10:00 and stayed until noon and had the entire place to myself. The only other people there were the 2 ladies working in the ticket booth and store. It was nice not to have to shoot around people. It is only 11 miles from my house and Don Nieman had asked me to help his friend get a site on pbase started for the Fort.You can see the treatment they are giving it here :
http://www.pbase.com/ofniagara/p_ed_goodnight. Have a great day.
Ed
Michel CORBOZ30-Jan-2006 11:37
Merci pour tes commentaires en français sur mes dernières photos. C'est très gentil de ta part.
Chez nous , la temperature n'est pas très clémente et je fais moins de photos.
Mon travail m'occupe beaucoup et j'ai moins de temps pour moi.
Michel.
PS ton français est très correct...
csmallari14-Jan-2006 01:58
Thank you so much for the kind comments on some of my photos. Looked over your galleries and saw so many wonderful photos. You are a very good photographer :-) Thanks for sharing so many beautiful and breathtaking photos with all of us.
caveman_lee03-Jan-2006 03:22
Buz, Thanks for your compliment again.
Kathy Pedersen01-Jan-2006 18:40
Happy New Year Buz!!! Thank you for your comments on my gallery. I am looking forward to more wonderful images by you in 2006!!!

I am switching from Microsoft Image suite 9 to Photo Shop Cs2....Looking forward to a change and playing with new filters. Will be a few weeks, I want to feel comfortable with the new programs before I display those images....but will have fun playing. My next goal is a new camera...love your new one btw!!!

Thank you again...And Happy New Year to you and your family!

Kathy
francis schwaller31-Dec-2005 19:00
Nice Picture ,Beautiful Gallery
Regard Francis and Happyhttp://www.pbase.com/franzschwaller/image/54187814
Focus29-Dec-2005 21:36
Buz, thanks to your inquiry, I added some information to the following image:http://www.pbase.com/image/54091420.

Thank you for taking your time to comment on my humble photos...it is greatly appreciated!
SageCreek Images28-Dec-2005 17:43
Thanks Buz for your nice comments on my images and the vote is much appreciated...
David T.27-Dec-2005 15:22
Buz,
I don't know how I've missed your galleries until now!
Living in North Florida, it's a nice "need a break" trip to your area. I did it a lot as a child and have started that "tradition" with my own family.
Your galleries have captured a beautiful part of our country. We love going up there.
Thanks for sharing them, our thanks to your daughter for her service.
David T
Fred Parsons27-Dec-2005 03:38
Thanks Buz - Happy New Year
Peter Stahl21-Dec-2005 20:02
Buz
Thanks for all the kind comments and for visiting my galleries.. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and all the best to you in the New Year. Happy photograhy in 2006.
Peter
sabina 24-Nov-2005 17:45
well its wonderfull work done all pics are really very attracting n purely natural i must appreciate ur work
SageCreek Images22-Nov-2005 23:25
Hi Buz, so you have some snow, our snow has been replaced with an extreamly heavy frost, I've been out all day taking frost pictures...thanks for your nice comment on my falls picture...
caveman_lee20-Nov-2005 05:34
Hi Buz,

Thanks for your kind words and support to my galleries.
camms19-Nov-2005 20:11
Hi Buz, thanks for your compliments on my pictures. I've been trying to visit your galleries but am not having much luck. I can see the thumbnails but when I click on them, I get nothing. :( I'll be back! :)
Hans Novak15-Nov-2005 12:11
Thanks for your comments. I am a newcomer by digital. But not by analog.
lissa lo14-Nov-2005 19:48
You are such a natural nature photographer. Such great works to admire.
cre8foru11-Nov-2005 13:43
Your Smokies Gallery keeps getting better. You have an amazing collection there. Keep up the good work. I would like to see a a new recent photos gallery from you so I can find your recent photos quicker.
Graham Tomlin30-Oct-2005 22:58
thank you taking the time to view the gallery ,and for the kind comment ,best regards Helen
Graham Tomlin28-Oct-2005 16:22
thank you very much for for your kind comment.best wishes Helen
cre8foru05-Oct-2005 05:11
Your galleries are amazing! I love the Smokies and you have a special way depicting them. No one can capture their total beauty on film(or should I say pixels) but you come very close. I'll be back to your galleries often. Thanks for the comments on my images too. Im not a pro like you but I'm working on it.
Jock Shaw 04-Oct-2005 12:41
Man but your pics really are nice. I just point and shoot. Dont think about composition and suchlike. But your pictures are really worth sharing with the world, because they have that bit extra about them. Something special. I sit here in flat Holland in Europe wishing I could visit the smoky mountains one day.
I would like to see some pictures of musicians p[laying if ever you have time to take them. Meanwhile I have your page bookmarked and will keep an eye on it.
Chris Spracklen03-Oct-2005 20:48
It's a pleasure to view your work, Buz!
You have a fine eye for a photo and your landscape and floral shots are particularly nice.
Many thanks for visiting my portfolio ~ I appreciate your kind comments very much.
Best regards, Chris
robin 20-Sep-2005 02:08
I absolutely LOVE THE SMOKIES! I have 3 blown up photo's I have taken hanging on my living room walls. Can't get enough of the smokies. THANK YOU FOR ALL your beautiful photo's for us to view.... brings such a calming feeling viewing them....
Robin
Focus15-Sep-2005 22:16
You have some wonderful images in your galleries!! I could not choose a favorite.....they all have great photos.......thanks for sharing.
Krzysztof Kuzbik14-Sep-2005 19:06
Thanks for visiting my galleries and for the kind comments, I really appreciate it!
Regards,
Krzysztof
James Lundy11-Sep-2005 15:03
Hey Buz,

I have enjoyed your galleries on the Smokies. You have some wonderful images in there. Hope to see more from your adventures in the Smoky Mountains.
Linda Willets09-Sep-2005 23:45
Thanks for stopping by my pad gallery. You have some awesome photos in your galleries.

Linda
EDITH RB03-Sep-2005 19:46
YOu have a great collection of photo shots on your gallery! i really enjoyed browsing in there.. :o) Keep up the great work and looking forward to see more new photos.. :o) Congratulations -- edith :o)
Guest 27-Aug-2005 18:23
TY for your comments - appreciate your input and experience in reviewing my photos.
Marylin Rufener -http://www.pbase.com/marylin90504/galleries



camms12-Aug-2005 21:38
Hi Buz, thanks for your comments on my pictures. I sure wish I could tell you what kind of flower that was. Best I can tell you is it is a wildflower. I've tried to identify it but have not had any luck so far. It is rather unusual, isn't it? I have been enjoying your pictures for quite some time now. Wonderful work!
puppet27-Jul-2005 01:49
Hi Buz. First of all apology for my very late reply. And thank you very much for visiting my still life gallery. I have to say I am actually experimenting with technique at the moment and may not have the answer you are looking for. However, painting with light give the image more depth and tends to capture the shadow in greater detail. While prolonged exposure may not actually produce similar result. In fact, I did improvised on the technique, kinda of a hit and miss. But with practice would hopefully master the skill a bit more. Thank you so much for your comments and vote.
Kim 10-Jul-2005 16:27
It's a special kind of person that can take another of a million creek photos and turn it into something that captures you. Your photography is true art, and showcases all of the little things that so many people miss because they're too absorbed in the world as a whole. Thank you for sharing these with us :)