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judy v & simon 08-Mar-2011 05:45
Your photographs are creative, fun, & capture the moment/moments very well. I just noticed your link on one of your posts over @ TW & thought I would check it out. So very glad I did. Thank you for sharing your images!
Scott Schneeweis 04-Sep-2009 20:11
Gary...if you still retain examples, what would be the possibility of having you forward an image or two my way of any of the parachute specimens from John Kiker? I am conducting some background research on an Apollo parachute within my collection (the artifact flew on Command Module 117 in conjuction with Skylab II) and would like to compare the nylon textiles/engineering used to fabricate our two respective artifacts to determine if there were any design changes.

My chute photo-documented on my website Spaceaholic.com go to the Command Module page, 2nd artifact listed on that page.
Jennifer 04-Aug-2009 22:36
Thanks for sharing the photos of your grandfather's marvelous "Hoot Hoot I Scream" stand.
I've been curious about the long-lost structure for decades and before today found very little about it on the internet. I've never seen the first two photos in your collection before today, just the well known stock photo.
The only other photo I've seen of it appears to have been taken in the 1970s- it's painted yellow, the eyes are broken, and if I remember correctly the "Hoot Hoot I Scream" name was replaced with "Hoot owl cafe".
John 17-Jun-2009 23:33
looks interesting, I'll check it out more in depth in the near future.
Neil 20-Sep-2008 15:44
Gary, your pics are abslutely awesome. Great stuff. The Gumby pics are the best.
Guest 27-Jun-2007 13:27
Wow, that is great. I'm at a loss of words.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:07
Your photos have opened a new way for me to seeing the world.
Dave Webster 11-Oct-2006 14:18
Grate pic's of P-38
I am building one about 75% done
2 Electrics 40" wing span
stick built, none of that factory ARF
Thanks for your air gallerie
Dave
Neil J. 08-Sep-2006 18:01
Love the Gumby shot!

Nice web Gary.
Guest 09-Jun-2006 03:26
Thanks for visiting my gallery. I've enjoyed looking through yours so please keep 'em coming. For as long as I've working in HB, I have yet to take any pictures at the beach. But after looking through your HB gallery, I think I'm going to finally get off my butt! =)
eakls@yahoo.com 04-Jun-2006 12:49
Nice site! David
apclme@yahoo.com 27-May-2006 22:20
Looked through your site. Good work! Ken.
CW02-May-2006 03:17
Iam happy you enjoyed the pics of millerton. The bridge is between Auberry , and North fork
Richard Hix09-Apr-2006 03:59
Thanks for your kind words and info about the Space Shuttle demonstrator with 26 engines. I forwarded the link to the scouts in our troop. They had a great time at the rocket campout. It was delayed a month because of the fire ban in Texas (we've finally had enough rain). I finished posting the photos of some of the launches after you left your comment. Hope you enjoy the later photos.
Richard
Dave England 01-Apr-2006 19:33
Had a great holiday at Huntington Beach in '05 like being back there.
The shots of hot rods superb. The Bad Minor would be a big hit here in England.
Keep shooting. All of your work exellent!
Ashley Hockenberry09-Feb-2006 15:01
I voted for Viewer's Picks gallery
Well done!!
coaster29-Oct-2005 04:35
G.M.,

I enjoyed looking at your galleries, especially the surf shots. You've taken some great pics. Keep up the good work!

Thanks for visiting my galleries. Like you, I enjoy the surfer photos.

Dan Wyman



Kathy Pilgrim25-Sep-2005 14:21
I am really enjoying your galleries. Wonderful work!
camms22-Aug-2005 14:27
Thanks for your comment and the interesting information you left on my Discovery Shuttle pad! Very cool!
Guest 21-Aug-2005 16:29
excellent work!
keep it up.
thx for sharing
aly 15-Jun-2005 02:42
I am a friend of katies and i just told her that i just got a place of my own and i absolutly love your photos and would like to get prints of them so they can hang in my apartment.
DAN 28-May-2005 04:28
Kind of off topic question? I am looking to take the family up to Bass Lake this summer 05' and hoped to get some pointers on a few things.
1) where to rent a lake house from?
2) what part of the lake is best to rent a house on
3) what is the best place to rent a ski water tubing boat?
4) any other pointers to make it a most enjoyable week.
Please email me back to bottomofthenet@yahoo.com

Thanks, DAN
dave galindo 14-Apr-2005 02:59
thank's gary,like the new surfing pictures
Sam Antonio Photography22-Mar-2005 01:43
Great photos. I lived in Newport Beach for five years and would head up to Huntington all the time. I was also a Disney passport holder so I would stop by the park every Sunday. Thanks for the memories.

http://www.picturetrail.com/bircher
http://www.pbase.com/bircher/a_photo_tour_of_san_diego
Victor Archer06-Feb-2005 06:29
Gary, Great photos, I like your Huntington Beach shots. The plane crash was a very sad event, I had flown in it a couple times.
Milan 23-Jan-2005 18:04
You got some good shot there. Maybe see you there sometime I try to go every Saturday
my self I get there about 5:00am.
Guest 26-Dec-2004 04:41
gorgeous beach shots. feelin alot warmer than this snow! thanks, very impressive work.
Tony Ronquillo 22-Sep-2004 03:16
Gary, you really take great pictures. im really impressed.....
FranRodNY 19-Sep-2004 23:27
I am very impressed with your pictures. I really enjoy looking at them. Do you have anything with fisheye lenses?

Thank you! FR
Dad 12-Jun-2004 17:49
Wow!!! Are we getting important. I have to have a pass word? How about basslake Dad
Marianne 06-Jun-2004 06:33
Well Gar, it looks like you're giving Ansel Adams a run for his money (or rather you WOULD be if he was still alive...but you get the point) :)