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Doug, Enjoyed your pictures of Cameroon. I particularly enjoyed the misty mountains!
Thank you for allowing others to view them. They are wonderful!
Beautiful shots Doug! Anything new?
Very nice pictures, Doug. Good to talk to you today.
Doug, Glad to see you are still shooting. You taught me photography 40 years ago at TWC and I never stopped. You are better than ever!
hi doug i realy love your pictures especially those of the waterfall in noth of kumbo, well can you pls tell me preciately where it is?
good job Doug. How would you rate the canon 100-400 L lens for hand held photography on a crop sensor camera like 550d? Will it be worth the investment or should one go for a lighter zoom lens such as canon 70-300 IS ?
Hi Doug...I was at Photo Expert and I threw your name around and the fellow I was chatting with new you. I was thrilled that he did. Can you email me when you get a chance. THANKS
Wonderful collection of creatures, landscape, and people!! There are so many but we especially like the yellow warbler taking off.
Sharon & Kirk
Doug, needless to say, I am envious. These photos are awesome and you are so gracious to share them with us. You are a very talented person and I look forward to more of your adventures.
Hi Doug, thx for sending me to your photo site. They are awesome. You are so lucky to have traveled and seen so much, but mostly you have a wonderful eye for photography. Thx again.
Thanks for sharing your Gallapagos photos with us. You have some excellent photos!! I really enjoyed seeing them.
Karen and Carey
Thanks so much for sharing your photos. They are excellent.
Finally found your site - you have taken some amazing photos. Particularly like the Cheetah in the tree and the Flamingo shots.
Thank you for taking me on an amazing tour of Cameroon. It's not a country I know much about and i just wanted to glance at a few shots. But you took me there. Thank you
Doug, thank you for your marvelous eye in Cameroons. I was there in 63-65 and your 2006 pictures remind me of what I saw then. Stayed in a government guest house in Kumbo, traveled the ring road, saw tea plantation above Bamenda, Palm plantations later outside of Kumba. I didn't see any ant (termite?) hills though in your pictures. I wonder if they are all gone. Why were you there?
Ken Vander Stoep
I was surfing the web and thought I'd look you up. I'm currently teaching Art and Photography in Omak. I'd love to get your input on what I'm teaching. Your photos are awesome. My best to the family.
Yijofmen Ambu W.
Hi Dough, are you from Cameroon?
Yijofmen Ambu W
Doug I am impressed with the pictures and you really use the camera well.
I have just sponsored a man in Kumbo Cameroon through my church and it is with great pleasure that I looked at your pictures at the very places he likely walks each week! Thank you!
Good job. Please share with us at www.wasoto.com
when do you make an exhibition in Cameroon? We are proud of you in Kumbo. Amazing pics
You're already very good and I'm sure you'll post even better work in the future.
You got great stuff. Looking forward to more of your work.
Breathtaking, Doug, as always. Which is what we expect from you. Even better than what I get with my Kodak box camera.
Doug, thanks so much for sharing your pictures!! I have been debating whether to purchase a Canon EF 70-200mm f4/L or a Canon EF 70-300mm f4-5.6 IS USM lens. You have made the decision for me. I have the Canon EF 28-135 IS USM lens which rarely came off my Rebel, and now that I traded up to a Rebel XTi, I will purchase the 70-300mm and be essentially set for all situations.
Great pictures, Doug. Thanks for sharing these with me.
By the way, my email is email@example.com
I like your pictures of Africa. You Canon 70-300mm shots made me want to buy this lens. I am wondering whether to buy a 400mm or 300mm lens for my future African safari. Have your pictures been cropped? Would a 300mm lens be enough? A 70-300mm is truly handy. Thanks.
I enjoyed your pictures of Africa.
Aloha Doug, thanks for stopping by my site and leaving such encouraging feedback. I enjoyed your galleries of Africa, what a trip that must have been and you captured your experience nicely.
Hope School 1949-51! It was very small those two years. What beautiful, beautiful pictures. I feel like I've found a wonderful treasure. My son takes pictures of mountains but when he sees yours he may start planning for a safari.
Thanks for the comment on my butterfly gallery. You have some very nice pictures of African wildlife.
these photos, more than anything else show that canon 70-300 IS , is a sort of L in disguise...great pictures...
well done, as usual!!