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I have enjoyed viewing your photography and think it is great. I love that it can be seen online. I am sending another note to you as well. Thanks for your excellent work.
An Amateur Photographer
Mr Holben, I stumbled on your work while researching the Bethel Church and Cemetery. I absolutely love your photography. The images you capture are full of life and meaning...not to mention beautiful also. Keep snapping...you have a fan. Regards, Debbra aka Dancing with Ghosts
I have been doing some genealogical research and just learned through a DNA test that I am a Great, Great, Great, Great Grandson of Colonel William Hill, buried in Bethel's Cemetery. I saw the nice photos of the monument for the American Reveolutionary War Veterans buried in the cemetery and was quite impressed with the quality of photography you have done.
John H. Hill
Hey there Mr. Todd,
You do not know me but I am friends with your son, Nathan. I go to school with him and am also in Choraliers. While looking at your Choralier Pictures, I stumbled upon your many albums of which i was in awe of. You are spectacular! I am really really interested in looking into photography in college and afterwards too. Got any tips, information or ideas? I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
That's a amaizing job.....you have a touch
The Escalante Family
Mr. Holben---I am Jordan Boyd's mother and I live in Charleston and I want to tell you how very much I enjoyed viewing the pictures from Jekyll and Hyde this morning. The photography was amazing and really did a phenominal job of capturing the emotion of not only Jordan but of the others as well. Thank you for sharing these. They really brightened my day!!!!
i loved the pictures you took of all the kids sledding down the hill at the church. Laci and Julia had a ball that day! The pictures were great!
Some of the best B&W's I see here on Pbase, period. Add you to my favorites
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner