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Terry J. Graham
I came across your galleries by accident, Very Nice! Always nice to see what other Canadians are posting. Please feel free to stop by my little corner of pbase. I was in Nova Scotia in May 2011 see
I have been trying to find information on Glady's Canteen in Nova Scotia. My husband and I camped around Canada in the 1970's and found this wonderful restaurant. We extended our stay in the area for a couple of days so we could eat there again and again. Wonderful fish chowder. Is it still there? Would love to visit it again.
This is Mackenzie Walker
I was just looking up photos for a project in one of my courses and I found these great photos of Nova Scota. I kept browseing through and saw some of Penny and Simons Pride. This is a great gallery. It brings back lots of good memorys of the summer!
Hope you guys are doing well!
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
I have seen your bird photography on pbase and really like your work. I have a new photography forum and we have a section dedicated to birds where you can share your work, get comment/critique on it, and can also help others by leaving comment/critique on their work. We have a really great group of photographers on there and would love for you to join and share you work too. We also have many other dedicated photo sections
Hope to see you on the site
Ryan Miller; Owner & Founder pixelperfectforum.com
David Le Vine
Nice work. We will be going back to Rose Bay in May. Yes will will miss Memphis in May to get the last of the lobster season
It was a real pleasure visiting your galleries!
Thank you for sharing your beautiful works of art....your pictures are sooo awesome.I am a granny and home bound much of the time. So your pictures are a joy to behold. They really perk up my day. Thank you again.
I'm a fellow Nova Scotian and I stumbled upon your site while browsing other pbase sites. I especially enjoyed your bird photography and the whales. I think you are very talented!
Joe & Sandra Mailman
Stumbled across your picture gallery and they are great shots, in fact excellent shots. We especially love the wildlife pictures. It's nice to see a Bridgewater native make a wave or two. All the best from Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
I came across your gallery in a search for Nova Scotia on PBase. Great work, sir! I summered for years as a youth in the "ancestral home" next to the United Church in West Dublin, not far from you. My brother has purchased the home and returns every summer from Tokyo. I recognize many of your locations. I have never taken shots of the area in winter so that may be a plan for this year. By the way, do you know Al Bent (a relative) and Sylvia Gunnery, a former colleague? Keep up the fine work. There is plenty to fill a lens with down your way, isn't there? All the best.
I have your galleries bookmarked at work, so when geography and the passionate absurdity of the daily grind cloud my mind, I can seek solace with the surf, sand and sky.
Thanks. It's great therapy.
Take me home to Rockledge, my home by the sea, everything I am is there, and everything I'll be.
I really enjoyed browsing your galleries...Great stuff!!! I love nature shots. I have a 100-400 also and have found it to be a wonderful lens!
I enjoyed your galleries very much
Great work, I feel I am your neck of the woods
gordon, you have undoubtedly aligned with a blessingmuse ... thanx for sharing ... inspirit, armand
Lovely Photos! they could inspire some paintings....do you mind?..Ruth
GORDON, I NEVER TIRE OF LOOKING AT YOUR PHOTOS. HI, JANICE!
Hi ... Gordon ... you certainly do beautiful work!
Hello, I enjoyed your photos.Thx for sharing. :)
We've been sitting here looking at the pictures again so thought we'd send a message also. . . surprise!
Yves Pinsonneault. Photographe
I watched theu it and was impressed with your images and the composition in your shots, congrad ...
i just wanted to say thanks for having the gallery on line-whenever I want to show someone just HOW GREAT Crescent Beach is I can point them to your beautiful images.
Also keeps us feeling connected.
Cheers to all,
I'm from the South Shore and now live in Atlanta. (My nephews are Joel and Jake) You're shots brought tears to my eyes knowing that my daughter won't grow up in that environment and experience life on the South Shore. You captured the essence of the area so well. Thank you so much for sharing them.
Hi - very nice Pics!
stumbled across them today. i live in virginia and have summered up in ns several times. i LOVED hirtle beach. and was surprised to see photos of that area. of course... i think i like ns a lot better in july than i would in the winter brrr. btw, there used to be a little place - gladys canteen on hirtle. had homemade rootbeer. now THAT was phenomenal. thanks again for the nice photos.
I used to have an Uncle living in London, Ontario. I spent a lot of time there as a kid. A beautiful city, in my experience.
Glad you enjoyed the pictures. I'm just getting started with electronic processing of them, so stay tuned.
very nice pics. makes me feel better about being so far from home. brings back alot of great memories, please keep up the great pics.
David B Dawson
Jenny gave me the URL for your photos when I told her how much I wanted to move away from this blast furnace of a city, and relocate somewhere like Nova Scotia. Great looking photos. I've been playing with digital snapshots lately and am wanting to move into a camera with more control so that I can try again to take better photos. I recall that you were the first person I ever saw with a digital camera, at the old Towery Publishing offices. I think you took my picture. Seems like a lifetime ago.
Good to see the pipes are coming as well. I engaged a piper here named James Brown to come and play at the graveside service when my father died a couple of years ago. He was outstanding, both as a piper and a person. Glad you're keeping the tradition alive.
See you soon, and please say hello to Janice as well. It really was a lifetime ago that she was working down in the Lincoln-American Tower.