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K. LuCille Bennett 04-Feb-2015 21:52
Miss you, John. Been looking for you for a long time. A friend of mine that worked at Citibank said you'd moved to Colorado. I divorced Robert in 2001. Would love to catch up!
artist09-Aug-2012 07:03
Hi ... you are so creative .I like your works so much....I am an artist from Udaipur , India.i paint on canvas, paper etc .. I hope we can be good friends ....

what more can i say .. except keep-smiling ..
krishan18-Feb-2010 07:31
Hi.... like your photos so much..... you are really great photographer..... im artist and i paint on canvas. I hope we can be good friends.

mn 05-Aug-2008 05:33
I'm more sure than ever that you can't judge a book by it's cover. I've had the pleasure to meet John and I knew he was a friend from the start, but his ability to capture the beauty of (not only woman-whom he apparently loves), the most simple of lifes pleasures. The hard nosed biker guy who fights everyday he's alive, finds his pleasure in the beauty of life. Knowing him, I believe he only photographs genuine articles-he has no time for facades. I don't know if the camera makes him see into peoples souls or if he himself helps you give in to the moment of the photograph, thus releasing the most beautiful parts of your being. I'd be afraid to let him photograph me because he might find my soul and I'm afraid to let it free. It's a shame that this gentleman has chosen to end giving us such art. I hope all of you that enjoy this site will encourage him to dust off his camera and photograph your hearts and souls.
Guest 15-Jun-2007 10:11
One of the best photo collections here.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 09:04
This is as close to perfect as it can get.
Wm. Bates24-Dec-2006 22:01
wow, How time flies! It was last year during the Christmas season that I took a moment to post a message and I find Myself here again! I hope all is well with you and Gerie. Life has been hectice for Bill and I and he hasn't been able to enjoy his photography near as much as he did when we did our PAD project. But the passion for photography will always be there, as I am sure it will be for you, , no matter how many times you have to put the camaera away, somehow, we always manage to get it back out again.

Wishing you a VERY Merry Christmas!

warm regards,

flowsnow29-Nov-2006 14:03
I am glad you accidentally `bumped' on my Eye teasers gallery and commented on the piggy bank picture. For that I got the link to your beautiful gallery and will definitely bookmark you as my favs. I will come back for more and hopefully learn something from here! Thanks again for visiting and keep shoooooooooting! :D Cheers!
John Nasche21-Oct-2006 15:05

I've responded in private e-mail to you giving the basic instructions. - John
Nelson 18-Oct-2006 20:47
Just saw your work while surfing this site, I am impressed with your work, especially
the woman in the tree, and the bon fire. Can you tell me where I can learn this
technique where the subject is superimposed in the objects (sort of montage look)?
Guest 06-Oct-2006 10:54
nice galleries love to see it all
oz_ranger04-Aug-2006 01:12
Hi John,
I'm bookmarking as a tutorial page to advance my hobby! Thanks so much for sharing your talent.

Wm. Bates02-Dec-2005 14:28

Belated Happy Birthday! I was just thinking about you yesterday and thought I needed to take a moment to send you a quick note. I wont bore you with the details of why I was thinking about you, but during one of those quiet moments one has to sort through thoughts you came to My mind and it made Me smile to think of you and the kind words of encouragement and praise you offered last year during the PAD project Bill and I had been working on. I thank you and give you a fair share of credit for helping Me see the project through to the end. There were so many days of discouragement and times when I just wanted to say "to hell with everyone" and just throw in the towel! But it was folks like you who offered solid advice and withheld moral judgement who kept Me in the game.

So Thank You John, for being YOU. (warm smile) I still visit your galleries from time to time and as always, I enjoy them.

Best regards to you and Gerie. I wish you both a wonderful and very happy holiday season.

Ginger 02-Dec-2005 00:20
Awesome pictures John. I wish I had your talent. I also wish I had the guts to have some shots taken of me...You know how shy I am.
Rob Driessen 19-Oct-2005 12:50

I'm curious, what lenses do you use, especially on your 'beach'-picture 142.
Superdetail !!
eric jones03-Oct-2005 00:42
thanks for taking the time to post a comment on my site, i really have enjoyed your photos over the past few months that i have been on PBASE, the wig photos are great!!
Focus28-Aug-2005 15:16
Bodacious galleries!!! Thanks for sharing......and thank you for visiting my humble galleries.
Lucasberg01-Jul-2005 13:14
John, I just discovered your galleries last night and I spent about an hour looking through them and I must say I really enjoyed them . I will keep an eye out for your PAD pic's from now on. My favorite gallery was the masculine PAD , I too am in to gun's Knives and the outdoors. I hope you are felling better too.
Hodero01-Jul-2005 08:08
Hi John,
I went trough a few of your galleries,and was impressed by what I've seen.I'll be back !
regards from Holland,..."H"
rmccallen10-Jun-2005 22:53

Been checking for updates, I hope everything is Ok.

Wm. Bates31-May-2005 17:01

Just popped by to see if you had any new images posted. I have been missing you. I hope all is well.

take care,

Josy's Pics21-Mar-2005 15:15
Thank you very much for your kind words, I really appreciate it. I also wanted to thank you for visiting my galleries... feel free to do so at any time.

Those are the type of comments that encourage me to continue my journey and learn everyday.

Take care John! :)
Sandra Nasche Marcuse 27-Feb-2005 18:06
Very tasteful done. Your work is excellent. I am a fan of still photography as in Ansel Adams. Also a Nasche, Donald Nasche was my father. Are you a relative? Must be all Nasches are talanted..
Greg Moss 12-Feb-2005 20:14
John, you and I have so much in common, and it's refreshing to see some truly masculine images in this day of radical feminism, metrosexuality, and girly men. Metaphorically speaking, America used to be a man. For all I can tell, it seems to be a woman now. God bless and don't forget to take them pills. Many long years to you.
Guest 30-Jan-2005 17:22
John I look forward to reading you comments. They make me laugh. You have great taste ;)

Sharon Akey
Dawn22-Jan-2005 03:06
Men, are just so subtle.. oh wait.. did I say 'Men?' umm.. never mind.. ;D

Grin, thank you John for your comments at my PAD as well. You do manage to get a
chuckle or two from me.. or the occassional... OH REALLy....? And it's all good great FUN. Fun is good. I like FUN. Must be a girlie thing. ;)
Guest 08-Jan-2005 00:34
John, Thanks for leaving some comments for me. When I saw that you had, I replied to your awesome suggestions in my guestbook. Just wanted to let you know and say thanks.
Susanne04-Jan-2005 05:06
Thank you very much for your kind words and for recommending my site to others. I really appreciate this a lot. I am amazed that you are that impressed with my work and it simply feels great when you know that others like what you do, or in my case what I see! I enjoy your galleries very much and like the style of the way you photograph, especially the Ladies. You have a very good sense of what compliments a woman and what enhances her beauty. I know when your models leave your studio they feel incredible beautiful, because you allowed them to see themselves with different eyes.
Dave Wyman13-Dec-2004 07:17

You have so many tastefully sexy photographs and the advice and explanations you thoughtfully provide are interesting, too.

Keep up the good work,