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James H. Fiveash Jr. 12-Apr-2013 02:26
Hello everyone, I do remember the days at El Toro School, where we lived in Wherry Housing on Wake Avenue. from 1964-1967.Still in contact with Classmates and friends from that time. Living in NC now, sister and friends in Orange County California. PS feel free to Email me would love to hear from my old time friends now that I 'am 60 this year.
iveta 11-Dec-2008 20:24
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Sam X01-Jan-2008 04:14
Happy New Year... and many happy shots in a new 2008. Thanks for Your support
Guest 27-Jun-2007 14:17
Your pictures are wonderful.
Guest 13-Jun-2007 14:29
I can tell that you put a lot of effort into your pictures.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 13:11
Your work is amazing!
Guest 21-Jun-2006 19:01
I see something very different for your particular set of pictures but I can't quite put my finger on it.
bethany 18-Mar-2006 15:06
Hello my name is bethany I attended El Toro marine school from K-6th grade. I did a search on the school and found your pictures THANK YOU!!!!!! When did you take those? Please email me and let me know, I'm wondering if the buildings are still up. Thanks!
Guest 16-Mar-2006 07:53
I like your work. have you ever considered shooting images of strat-o-matic baseball? Or old homes on rose street?

Robinhood

polaroidartistpdx@yahoo.com
Vixi 15-Oct-2005 13:05
Wat een prachtige vernieuwde website. Heldere opzet en ook een goede kleurstelling. Mooi.
Mijn complimenten!

Met vriendelijke groeten
Guest 09-Aug-2005 05:02
I LIKED TO MUCH ...YOUR JOB!!!!!!
Sheila26-Jul-2005 03:06
Thanks very much for your comments on my pics Jeremy.
For the Galahs I used the Canon 75-300 IS lens.
Phillip21-Jul-2005 09:19
Thanks for your continued comments to my Galleries. I just started school, so I might be adding some Photo projects to my Galleries soon. My wife said I need to start making some money at my"Hobby" soon! LOL. I'll be up in Northern California Next week. Going to take some infrared pics of the redwoods. Then off to Disneyland.Where's the best place to see the redwoods? Thanks again, Phil
Pic Chick18-Jul-2005 19:38
Hi Jeremy - will try your suggestion for my moon - discovered my ISO was 400 AFTER the fact! (I'm new to moon pix!) Did use a tripod, but will try your ideas. THANKS!! Enjoy your galleries!
katwilkens15-Jul-2005 17:01
Thanks for your comment on my "deck chairs" photo. I'll be back to look at more of your galleries soon--your work is great!
Brian McAllister15-Jul-2005 05:31
Hi Jeremy. Just found your galleries and enjoyed your work. Thanks for leaving a comment on my picture.

Best regards from Vancouver Island,
Brian
Guest 11-Jul-2005 18:48
hey, congrats on your puzzle! :p
Guest 06-Jul-2005 02:27
Thanks for the comments on my pictures.
Guest 30-Jun-2005 10:50
Hello,
Wow, you've got some great photo galleries
keep up the good work
greetings,
selena
http://selena.be.tt
Lee Rudd26-Jun-2005 19:02
Hi.... thanks for all the comments you've been leaving me. I've finally visited, and I know I will be a regular viewer... very good stuff!
Donald Kinney21-Jun-2005 02:19
Jeremy; There is something really "different" about your work--you have the ability to capture emotions... I was especially "blown away" by your PDA and O.C. galleries. The meaningfulness of your candids remind me of the famous "Family of Man" exhibit in the '50's. And I also got a kick out of the wild variety of style templates--I get the impression that you must be kind of a "wild and crazy" guy, which I guess probably comes "with the territory" of Southern California... Thanks for showing your work!
joanteno10-Jun-2005 21:03
Jeremy, Congrats on the toliet bowl challenge. Life has been hectic, so I did not take the plunge! GREAT JOB!!!
Burd Turglar 26-May-2005 00:08
Nice site!

-Burd Turglar
jacek walicki20-May-2005 14:36
I really like your work. You have your own definitive style - that is rare in the sea of snapshooters like me 8). Shoot, roam, comment, do good, avoid evil. Cheers /jack.
Rob Kempers 19-May-2005 19:07
Thanks for your kind comments!
It's wonderful to take pictures from children, I have two grandchildren and it's amazing to see how they growup.
The lovely place from my image is Italy on the Ligurie coast.
Guest 16-May-2005 11:38
Hello Jeremy,
Your kind message permits me to discover your site. I like very much all your family’s pictures. Take care of your daughters, time is not a good friend for parents*…
Why no Canon’s camera in my collection. What do you think? That a reason: by my old time (*I am 65 years old..), this brand was not a good one compared to Nikon or Pentax ! But I am looking for a Canon 7sZ with a 50 mm f 0.95… but the price is very very huge…
sandy barbour26-Apr-2005 23:50
Your galleries are wonderful Jeremy. I especially like the shots of your children, you can never have too many of those! I just purchased a 55mm 1.8 lens off of ebay, I am anxious for it to arrive. I hope I have the same success with mine as you have with yours, thanks for sharing.
Dan Chusid22-Apr-2005 21:53
RE: "Wood Eye?!!!"
...the original is up and linked under the PS'd version.
- DC
joanteno22-Apr-2005 14:53
Thanks for your kind comments!
Guest 20-Apr-2005 16:26
Thank you for so many kind comments on my wee digi-corner.Your images speak of a sensitive talented photographer.I am incredibly impressed with your family candids.You can really capture the mood of the moment with touching finesse.You're on my fav list :-) of ultimate inspiring photogs.
Chris Sofopoulos15-Apr-2005 20:07
If you have any objection or comment tell me. Don't be so Jeremy'good'. I would appreciate that.
Chris Sofopoulos08-Apr-2005 22:43
Thanks for your kind words. I do appreciate that. When she was still at her house and she was getting worst day by day I was thinking to take her some shots. And finally I did it after a lot of thought. I took her about 70 shots, I think. Those pictures of my grandma were taken one noon and she couldn't see me because she had cataract. And the same evening she went to the hospital.. I will upload many more phots with the new galleris I prepare.
Thanks again Jeremy and Kim!
markvm08-Apr-2005 13:29
Thanks for your comments Jeremy and thanks for letting me know I had a senior moment with the title of yesterdays image..:)

~Mark
Chris Sofopoulos07-Apr-2005 06:29
Yesterday 6 April my grandma left us. I couldn't upload a picture.. I think it would be great if we reach her years!
Guest 04-Apr-2005 17:35
Thanks for your comment on "Cosmo's Vacuum". Your shots are really stunning! I like your sense of style, and the stuff you're doing in B&W especially. Just gorgeous!
vernix28-Mar-2005 09:52
Hi. I'm the "photo-geek" from the wide angle comparison shot on the ship.
Thanks for looking at my shot.
I did that shot to please all the guys considering and comparing wide lenses over at dpreview.com....geek stuff to be sure. I didn't sunburn though.
I like your B&W shallow DOF stuff. Back to basics with a 50mm. I need to use my 50 more.
Chris Sofopoulos26-Mar-2005 19:29
I just want to thank you for your comments and support even I have not many photos. Until this time I have only the PAD gallery and the second test one. I work forward preparing my galleries for the PBase. You have a great family too!
Me Two25-Mar-2005 22:31
Thanks for your kind comments, you have beautiful family for models!
Hien
Guest 23-Mar-2005 01:26
Thanks for your nice comments. Your photos are amazing. I love the candids and all the wonderful colors. Just beautiful.

Terri
Florindo Gallicchio22-Mar-2005 13:27
Thanks for stopping my gallery. I really dig your black and white shots. I especially like the softness of the shots and the artsy look.
JeremyGood17-Mar-2005 22:59
Welcome, comments always appreciated!

Thanks!