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Great photo !
I can tell that you put a lot of effort into your pictures.
I am an amateur artist and have recently painted a copy of "Herringfleet Mist"( lovely atmospheric image )using pastels, and would like your permission to enter it into our local art society exhibition. Your name and website will be included on the label.
Many thanks Jenny Dunk
Thank you for giving me permission to use your beautiful photography of Youlgrave. I am putting together a book trailer for my novel that is coming out in August. I was wondering if you would mind that I use a few of your photos in it, with your permission. I would certainly add a credit to you at the end of the trailer with a link to your site.
I am especially interested in the following photographs.
Saint Michaels Mount
If you have any photographs of the following that would be helpful.
An old English church
English manor of country house
American Revolutionary War or Georgian period / or early Regency photo.
Fantastic images. Thank you very much for spending time explaining some of you methods to us at Beeston CC last week. I now realise how much more there is to learn about photgraphy,
Hello there, what a fantastic collection of galleries.... You have a great eye for photography, and a unique sense of style. I have truly enjoyed going through your photos - the range and variety of topics, the originality of viewpoint, and the quality. Well done, keep it up ! Greetings from Poland. Pawel
I have found your site to be so inspiring. I particularly love the photo of Youlgrave with the mossy wall. I am writing a novel partially set in Derbyshire and I fell in love with this photograph. I'd like to get permission from you to put it on my website with a credit to you and a link to your site.
Please contact me at your earliest convenience.
I have found your site very helpful and inspiring, having joined a local camara club this year (Tamworth) and hearing about external comps and awards its great that you are willing to share info and show the level required. well done and hopfully some day i will get to see your prints.
Interesting and talented work. Congratulations.
Your very talented falcn. I love your low light work!
amaizing stuff you do,
so welcome to my favorites!!!
...and thanks for sharing such fantastic works.
Wow, that is great. I'm at a loss of words.
Impressive galleries with absolutely great captures. Well done!
When I saw your pictures, a special feeling swept over me. Not sure what it is but wow...
I love your work, here and at dpc.
I found your marvelous galleries via the Canon 10D sample photos on Pbase. I am blown away by your stunning images and have bookmarked you as a favorite. I see you now shoot with a 5D and your panorama camera. I am still clicking away with my 10D. I will check into your site as I check my favorites daily.
Just found you via dpchallenge.
excellent body of work and certainly a very individual style you have.
Dpchallenge is amusing isnt it!
I saw your work on Don Vergers Quilt for Peace site. He suggested that I contact you for permission to project your image of two doves on a rock as part of our Peace Concert. (It would not be printed.) You, of course would be given credit in the printed program. My email address is email@example.com
Our concert will be June 4 at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Anacortes, with our whole small community invited. It focuses on peace among peoples, relationships, communities, and the world. The music will be sung by a mens ensemble, womens ensemble, youth choir, contemporary music team, and traditional choir. We are avoiding any political connotations. There is no admission fee. You may learn more about Westminster Presbyterian Church in Anacortes at our Web site
The songs are:
Come, Peace of God by Eugene Butler and Mary Rowland
Prayer of the Children by Kurt Bestor and Andrea S. Klouse
Prayer for Peace by Mary Lynn Lightfoot and David Sarandon
Amani Utupe (Grant us Peace, Give us Courage), by Patsy Ford Simms
Hold Me Jesus by Rich Mullins
Make Me A Channel of Your Peace by Sebastian Temple, Mark Hayes, and Francis of Assisi
Children of Peace (Suluhisha, Suluhiana), Mark Brymer
Inscription of Hope by Z Randal Stroope, quoting a Russian folk tune and cellar walls in Cologne, Germany
Peace Song (with We Shall Overcome) by Greg Gilpin and Christie Smith Stephens
Put Peace Into Each Others Hands by Fred Kaan
Peace in Twelve Languages by Thomas Knight and Craig Palmer
Let There Be Peace On Earth by Sy Miller and Jill Jackson, arranged by Joel Raney
Judy Griffin, Power-Point Coordinator for concert
Westminster Presbyterian Church
1300 Ninth Street, Anacortes, WA 98221
Really good Keith.
I'll pass your website onto the rest of the regiment in the Sealed Knot.
Till we meet again,
Your galleries are splendid! I can't say more, everything seems perfect and I love the colors you use, they so well balanced! I'll be back! :) kim
Really impressive portfolio.
Now in my favourites, well done !
Your gallery is wonderful, really enjoyed all of it
I didn't realise you had a portfolio on Pbase!! I'll be back sometime to have a browse!!
Thanks for your comment on the panorama.
F García Robles
Gracias por compartirlas
Saludos desde España
You are the first one here I added to my "favourite artists" list.
I really like your work!
Thank you for sharing!
Congratulations, great galleries I'll be back.
I haven't come across your picture before today.You have some great and beautiful pictures.
Keep up the good work.Well done!