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Superb photographs. Pictures of Svalbard often taken under challenging circumstances, a moving zodiac, at that. Thanks for sharing such splendid images.
These pictures are amazing - you really capture how breathtaking this world is around us.
Thanks for sharing!
Jennifer - Hand&StoneSpaHappyValley
I am very impressed with the Yellowstone photo art. Was the sky so blue every day? Thanks for sharing these -- there is something so spiritual about wildlife photography (especially when it is done so well). You are a true artist.
Really loved it.
Already a fan.
Thanks John-- beautiful work! If you decide to make cards -- try 4squaregraphics.com in California
They have high quality printing and you don't have ot print huge volumes.
I'd like to see the pictures that I was unable to capture of the whales while we were near San Juan Island a few weeks ago.
Hi. Just googled the name and got your PICs. Beautiful.I also saw some pix that I think you took in Italy? Just beautiful. I am a TANGNEY as well. First name Janet. I also love photography, and have a MODEST acct with FLICKR. The TANGNEYS are artists for sure (well I am a wannabe) LOL.
Photos are beautiful. Wonder how we are related. Husband is Christopher, son of Joseph Stanly Tangney, who is the brother of John tangney of Chicago.
Ok so I meet you and your dropsey wife at the mall. I was the "crazy woman" teasing you about not dropping the phone. Thank you SOOO much for sharing your website with me. There are some beautiful photos. Oh and I just dropped my new phone for the first time about 10 minutes ago. :)
You were telling me about your recent trip taking pictures of polar bears and gave me your card at New Seasons. You have some incredible photos! Keep up the amazing work.
wonderful collection keep the good jop
kostas from NJ
great pics you have a real gift!
Thoroughly enjoyed your Flying puppy and frisbee gallery.Brilliant.Springers are such energetic dogs.Thanks for sharing with us.
Wonderful collection of landscape galleries. Your putting the Nikon 18-200 lens to good use. I hope to get it in the future with the new D80. I really enjoyed viewing the bear galleries. Its good to have long zoom lens in this situation.
Could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Dogs in snow Photographs are special
U Thein Naing@GEORGE
Wonderful-- All pictures in Digital images are precious for those beginners shooting best shot,share scene all over the WORLD with each and evey CLICK......
I just visited your galleries and they are really great
keep up the good work
greetings from Belgium,
Lynne Duquette Perera
Your flying puppy pictures are amazing!!
I think I met you both in Thunderbird Park one morning with your springers. I remember one was named Abby and we talked a few minutes and went our ways. I had a Boston Terrier with me. Very nice pictures.
I really did not train Abby to do this. I is something she started doing all on her own. I was trying to play with the Frisbee with her and get her to chase it, but instead, she would try to intercept it in midair as soon as I threw it. As she is getting older, I try not to let her do it too often, but she still does it whenever she gets a chance!
hi, i really enjoyed looking at your photos of the springy springer! i have a 3yr old spaniel called misty who looks alot like yours in the face and she had 8 puppies on the 27th september 04, and the one which i am keeping has almost exactly the same markings on her back as your dog, im calling her mildred ( milly for short) maybe one day you might see photos of her doing some-thing amazing........your dog is fantastic she really made me giggle :-)
Dear jcjangney,really loved your galleries,there are so nice.
ido like dogs so much,do play with them have some tricks playing with dogs but this jumping one have seen in the picture is so tricky, how do yuo do it. thanks
Oh sure! We looked at houses there too (along with Grayhawk, where we live now)! We have a yellow lab who is about 1 1/2. She loves to play, but I've never seen her jump. Did they do that on their own or did you train them? Have fun with them!
We don't live in Greyhawk, we live in Ironwood Village, which is just about 1 mile south and on the other side of Pima Road!
I was browsing your photos (which are great by the way!), and couldn't help but notice a striking resemblance to the neighborhood we live in. Do you live in Grayhawk by any chance?