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So great to meet you at Republika last night. You guys inspire me to take and share more photos!
Elisha in Nica
Hi Cesar, I wanted to tell you guys thank you for all the wonderful pictures from Cannonball and sailing. It was really nice to finally get to know you guys and we'll hopefully see you in the future. Take care. Donna
love nicaragua it's my roots and love people
Cesar- Thanks for sharing your pictures! I came across your website today as I was reminiscing about San Juan Del Sur... They brought me back there immediately. I lost all of my pictures of my travels so it is really nice to have some available to me, although I didn't take them. Keep up the good work!!
This is a beautiful gallery Cesar, well done
The content of your show is great, I really enjoy it.
Hi Cesar, I'm doing a PowerPoint presentation on the Philippines for class and I came across your website. The old of aboriginal filipinos are great! I was born in Mindanao in 1971 and came to the States when I was 6. I live in the south-western corner of N.Y. state right now. I'm very fascinated about where I came from and how our ethnic background had been formed. Thanks for sharing your pictures! My e-mail is email@example.com if you or anyone wants to chat about the Philippines or anything else. Christin
Your pictures are great! I am actually gonna burn some of them in a CD.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
This is Kim...I was looking for a website for the mission trip the family takes to the Philippines each summer. When I googled it I came upon this website! I hope you're having fun in Nicaragua. If you ever have time, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Cesar, came across your photo of Emma with the KU stuffed amimals. What a shock! My wife and I graduated from KU in 1992 and still continue to be huge KU fans and the kids know it. The funny thing though is that we have have an almost 5 year old Emma who looks alot like your Emma. I was confused and questioned us ever having those KU props. Take a look at the attached link and let me know what you think. Although not a perfect match, we have many photographs that match your little girl perfectly.
many thanks for your permission.
the best regards from Japan.
hope to keep on the good works.
Eric aka senor enrique
Came across your site by accident. You take wonderful pictures. I also love thos old Philippine photos. I wonder if I may have your permission to feature one on my site and write something about your site. I'm sure lots of Filipinos will enjoy them.
I was born in Manila but lived more than 30 years in New York, and I'm back here in Manila again.
This is my blogsite:
nice homepage you've got!
keep up the good work
By chance, I saw your gallery of Flight 93 pictures. It was incredibly moving. Thank you for sharing them.
Great work. I really enjoyed what you did with the flowers.
Beautiful work neighbor! I live in Silver Sring too. I especially like the florals! ...John
Very nice work! I especially like your Carribean pictures.
Thank you for visiting my gallery and the nice comments. I enjoyed visiting your galleries. You have some great pictures. Shari
Cesar, The pictures I just looked at are wonderful. You pick good topics that tell a wonderful story of each subject. I hate to ask for I know you are very busy but can you find the time to work on my picture? Your gallery is very impressive. Hope to see you soon. Sharon
First well done. I echo oe of the previous comments that the volunteer work you chronicle is well deserved and appreciated. Your photos of Nicarauga certainly show a slice of life beyond the usual visitor haunts. Keep up the good work and aloha to you and your compatriots.
Cesar Paniamogan, Jr.
I used the Canon Lens Normal EF 50mm f/1.8 II which is great for low light. The museum allowed the use of a flash. I decided not use a flash since it damages the picture. I read somewhere that the light from a flash on a painting is equivalent three day's exposure of sunlight. I don't know how true that is, but I do want these masterpieces to be around for a long time. Sadly, other people were using flash on the paintings. -Cesar
Nice work throughout. How were you able to get such great photos in the museum?