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Vera 09-May-2014 12:52
Mr. Robertson I am so happy to have found your works. I only got to see the photos from the Garden in Long Island I am so anxious to see more of your work.
Slea 02-Mar-2014 19:00
Hi I left a comment earlier questioning how to get permission to take pictures of the winfield manor. I forgot to leave my email. It's stephenjlea52@gmail.com
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Jonathan 13-Jan-2014 15:32
James,

I would like to ask permission to use your photograph of Bourne Mansion for my wedding invite. Please contact me at xarcadex@aol.com Thanks!
Kalen Eriksson 18-Nov-2013 18:53
James,

My name is Kalen Eriksson and I am currently an undergraduate at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and senior producer for the film department here. I am in the process of location scouting for an upcoming project, and need a old mansion of sorts as the backdrop for this film. I have really enjoyed the galleries you have here, especially that of Winfield Hall. I was wondering if you still knew if the owners you received permission from are still the current owners, so that I may reach out to them as well. If not, if there are any other locations you are familiar with that may be accommodating to projects of this nature, any help at all you may be able to offer would be greatly appreciated!
Lynn 10-Feb-2013 20:18
Dear James!
I am a freelance photographer to the rock stars. I've been shooting in the pits now over 20 years and to be honest? You get bored with that. You can only shoot a guitar "face" so many times. I'm good but after stumbling upon your page, its given me my passion back to shoot more beautiful things such as this! I have been shooting some mansions here and there my biggest love is Lynnewood Hall in Elkins Park 110 room Neoclassical I am praying can be saved. Its in far worse shape then Winfield. Winfield still actually looks well in comparison and they are like sister mansions. I have a site on facebook "Magnificent Mansions/buildings" and hopefully you and others that have such an interest in this beauty will stop by! In the meantime if I may? Would like to post a link to your website here so that may facebook member can also see and be wowed by your talents!
Have a great day and thanks for sharing your world!
Ms. Ramage'
Michael 04-Jan-2013 21:31
Hi James,

I noticed your pictures of Baileys here on Long Island and I was wondering if you could help me out with a small project i have. Thank you!
Polhemus & Coffin 21-Sep-2012 00:36
James,

I recently discovered the photos you've taken of the Harry Guggenheim Falaise mansion. I find these photos to be really interesting and I am envious of the obvious ample opportunity you must have had to take such great photographs.

This particular home was indeed Harry's favorite and actually intended it to be part of the larger estate as the sort of central homestead of a self-sufficient and working farm.

Falaise construction was completed in 1921 and was designed by noted New York architectural firm, Polhemus & Coffin - the firm played a considerable role in popularising French Revivalist most specifically in the North Eastern US after WW1. The firm was popular amongst many of the successful and influential families of the time. There are actually properties designed by the firm that have recently been on the market for absurdly exorbitant asking prices - some as high as $50M, $39M!

Pretty crazy!

I have visited Falaise and unfortunately had a very limited window in which to have access, but I did get a few decent shots. I'll surely go back soon.

LA Coffin, Jr is my grandfather and I am curating as much information and material as possible about the firm to sort of connect with my grandfather.

If interested, check out my Polhemus & Coffin, AIA Flickr page:

flickr [dot] com/groups/1616389@N20

Cheers!

Tristram Coffin
polhemusandcoffin[dot]com
david levin 28-Aug-2012 13:58
i continue to get inspiration and ideas from your pix; i've done kings point (my hometown), nyc, hudson valley, old w'bury gdns, etc. many thx
Ray 01-Aug-2012 18:12
Hey James,

Your photos are great. I was wondering if you would allow me to use some of your shots in one of our presentations. Please email me at ray.baruso@gmail.com.

thanks
Guest 18-Jul-2012 20:17
James - looks like my post about the St. James General Store did not include my contact information
dbartow@egcgroup.com

thanks > Doug
Doug Bartow 18-Jul-2012 20:15
Hello James
I bumped into your shot of the St.James General Store on Long Island while looking for stock photos for an upcoming brochure for a small residential community within St James.
If this sounds good to you please contact me where I am a freelance art director. It would appear in a local newspaper.
BobButler 24-Mar-2012 23:35
Our family had Sunday dinner in the Williams house on many many occasions. As I grew up I had a prediction that some day that house would be opened for the public to tour through. It is so nice that it was preserved.
david levin 15-Feb-2012 00:20
James: Your pix are terrific and I'd be delighted to shoot w/ you someday. Pls contact me so we can get out to some of 'our' favorite sites...and a few you missed!!
Thx
David Levin
Great Neck NY
Lowell Schechter 14-Oct-2011 12:21
Hi James Just looked at all your Old Bethpage Restoration photos
and really enjoyed them. You covered all the seasons there quite well
Probably will go there soon.
Annie 27-Jul-2011 15:33
Hello James,
I work at a small monastery in Wayne WV making soap and bath and body products. We are currently working on a new website and we were wondering if we could use your photograph of the Old Westbury Gardens' Cottage (Cottage Panorama)for this website. Please let me know if this is possible. You can contact me at annie.m.long@gmail.com
Waleed06-May-2011 07:49
Dear James
Thank you very much for stopping by, much appreciated
Kind regards
Waleed
Cheryl Grossman 07-Apr-2011 00:04
I would like to purchase a digital copy or small print of the Huntington Harbor & Coindre Hall boat house photo. Please advise. liagentny@gmail.com
Guest 15-Mar-2011 04:04
Hi James,

I would like permission to use some of your photos from Winfield Hall for a short online video i'm producing for smh.com.au - Sydney's leading media outlet. I'm hoping to upload this video asap - i apoligise for the late notice. If this is ok, can you email me and let me know? pstevens@fairfaxmedia.com.au
Lowell Schechter 20-Feb-2011 16:13
hi james
hope you are doing well. while recovering from elbow surgery i am viewing your photos again.
and i am really enjoying looking at your excellent images. i love the portraits the best. after physical therapy i hope to get out and start taking photos again. probably with a lighter camera.
Guest 16-Feb-2011 01:09
Hello James, I am a writer/editor and am in the business of producing coffee table-style, full-color books for historic mansions that are often used as sales tools when the houses are put on the market (I have just finished a book on a 1905 Arts & Craft mansion in Minneapolis, a $6.5 milion listing). The books are also wonderful historical documents for such homes, even if they aren't for sale. I'm wondering if you can put me in touch with the owner of Winfield Hall, or if you happen know if the owner is interested in publishing such a book. Thanks for any info you can provide. Please contact me at kyasas@aol.com. FYI, I recently moved from Glen Cove, where I lived for 13 years, to upstate New York, and I know the property...from the outside...very well.
Karen 29-Dec-2010 14:35
Hello James,
I enjoyed your photographs of Old Bethpage Village, I also love to take photos there and am inspired to go shhot more. Thank You.
Lowell Schechter 09-Sep-2010 16:15
Hi Jim
Hope you are doing well.
I am getting ready to go to the Medieval Festival in Sands Point Port Washington this Saturday. the weather is supposed to be great. I am also going to Rhinebeck New York to see the Aerodrome and the old planes. Got rained out twice before in my attempts to go there so lets see if the third time will be a charm. I am going to put in a couple of my photos from Amherst including a couple of photos of the models.
regards Lowell Schechter
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lori gaeta 27-Jul-2010 16:27
Hi james im the gal that was kayacking and you and laura took a few photos of me I would love to see the shots if thats ok. perhaps you can email them to me or give me a link to where i could see them. it was really nice to meet you thankyou so very much what a treat. Hope you got some great shots that day

Blessings

lori
Lowell Schechter 01-Jul-2010 05:15
Hi Jim
I had met you at a now out of business Circuit City store in westbury a couple of years ago and we talked a lot about cameras and photography. By accident I stumbled upon your web site and have enjoyed looking at all your photographs from the different places you have been too. I have been to many of the place you have photographed and I see you go up to the photo conference at Amherst ( university of Mass) enjoyed looking at the pictures of the models. I am going to be up at Amherst at the photo conference, this year after a five year absence. And again thanks for your time that day at Circuit City. I have learned a lot from your photos.
regards Lowell
Kim 30-Jun-2010 01:58
Hello,

I just went to Bailey Arboretum the other day after seeing your photos and was excited to search out the castle, but I never found it. Where is the mini castle and rock garden located in the park? Thanks!
Eleanor 08-Jun-2010 13:54
Hi Jim. Just stumbled on your forum. Fabulous. I am a portrait painter and just recently invested in a Pentax K20D to take reference photos for portraits. (You know - trying to get an adult - nevermind a child - to sit still for multiple sessions is virtually impossible, to wit , the camera.) Your portraits are incisive and capture a real vitality in your subjects. As a result of finding your site, I think I will head out to a few of the places on LI that you have shot and perhaps begin to build a reference library of historical places and people in period costume.
Thanks for the inspiration!
Eleanor
Gail 06-Apr-2010 18:23
Your galleries have helped me tour Long Island from home and see places I've been in a whole new way.
Bill T 12-Mar-2010 22:11
Jim
Nice to meet you today at Hicks flower show. I enjoyed looking at some of your gallaries, and will continue to look at more. Question. I did notice that you use ISO 400 800 and higher for a lot of outdoor shots. They all look great I am just wondering why you use that high of an ISO. Many of the shots appear to be taken in full daylight. Tryiing to improve my shots so any information you can pass on I would appreciate. MY email address is below

Thanks
Bill
Cheryl Mathew 19-Feb-2010 20:34
Hello James,
I am a river towns real estate broker, and I would like your permission to use some of your photos on a new web site I am creating. How can I contact you?*Chery
A.D.Wheeler Photography 18-Feb-2010 07:58
James, could you please get a hold of me via email with contact info for Winfield Hall? We are documenting the gold coast this summer and would love to gain access. Thanks for your time. ~Andy
Guest 16-Feb-2010 16:37
Fantastic talent. Really enjoyed seeing many places I've visited as well as new ones I'd now like to check out. both the landscapes and portraits were great. Well done Jim.

Dan Stevens
krishan05-Feb-2010 10:04
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.

krishan.

www.krishan.co.in
Greenspace Genealogy04-Feb-2010 15:46
Hello, James,

I would like permission to use one of your photos in a the Greenspace Genealogy newsletter (TOMORROW FEBRUARY 4, 2010) Sorry for the late notice.

How do I contact you?

Greenspace Genealogy
http://www.greenspacegenealogy.com
HuangLei04-Feb-2010 12:40
hi James,
thanks for your comment. I have made some change according to your advice. I like your work, they always made me smile , I really apprieciate them.
Margarita 07-Sep-2009 02:29
Hi James,
It's Margarita from the Sands Point Preserve Medieval Festival 2009.
How are you? Maria and I just wanted to thank you very much for taking our picture.
edbermac 03-Sep-2009 18:40
Very nice model pics from NECCC. I've been there the past few years myself. Do you use any software like Photoshop to airbrush them or do you post them as shot?
James Robertson24-Aug-2009 00:23
where are Chistine's wedding pictures. Are you working on them?
terry dorn rao 16-Aug-2009 22:29
Mr, Robertson, your work is unbelievable!, you capture so much more then what the naked eye can see, as a Psychic I can see a story in almost every picture, I have visited these gardens on few occasions, not as often as i would like, each time I feel like i was there years and years ago your pictures bring that beauty back thanks
Dave Berry30-Jul-2009 04:51
I wouldn't have thought it possible, because it was already at such a high level, but your work keeps getting better and better. Your portraits are among the best. Your galleries always make me smile and I really appreciate that.
Dave
princess24-Jun-2009 20:23
It really was a pleasure to visit your galleries. You have a stunning collections of pictures. Like the colors and unique eye in composing.
Thank you for leaving comments on my pictures.
Best wishes,
Ana
Niccolo Rex Acris 28-May-2009 13:38
Jim
The Kingdom of Acre is holding an event at Sands Point this Saturday May 30 that you might want to photograph. We're expecting over one hundred fighters to participate.
Check the "Kingdom of Acre DOT org" website for details on the Fourth Crusade event.
Nico
csmallari16-Mar-2009 00:55
Thank you so much for the kind remarks regarding my "digital art" gallery. Appreciate it a lot. Hope you are having a great day.
RAYBANPRO03-Mar-2009 22:24
INVU Great photographer. lol "V"
Christine Scott 08-Feb-2009 05:34
Hello-I am not sure you know me by name but you do by face. I am one of the Ladies of the village, the costumer, School teacher. I was not sure if you had heard of the danger OBVR is in. Please read and call!!!

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Vote against Layoffs on Monday 2/9.

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Barry McCartney26-Jan-2009 01:09
James
You have many, many very striking images, well done! I will be back again to view more of your work.
skhin25-Jan-2009 07:03
HellIf you can spare some time, I would appreciate very much your comments on the gallery:

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Hope to hear from you. Thanks.

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Grisel 23-Jan-2009 07:14
Dear James,
Thank you for posting your photos. I love your photos of Westbury Gardens, Roslyn, De Seversky, well all the places in Long Island that I used to visit. Now that I no longer live there I can visit just by looking at your beautiful photos.
Wishing you all the best.
Grisel
skhin26-Dec-2008 09:05
Hi James,
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Skhin
Ben Kristopeit 23-Dec-2008 19:16
Dear James,
Your Hudson Valley photos are amazing. My wife grew up in Poughkeepsie and would love to have one of your photos in a frame. How can I buy one? How can I get in touch with you? I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
Ben Kristopeit
303-913-4336
benk@ravennagolf.com
Lampridis Dimitris22-Dec-2008 18:05
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year , to you and your family *****
haneesha 17-Nov-2008 10:46
excellent website&greetings

Welcome to my website www.geocities.com/greattips2003/
J Marshall 14-Nov-2008 22:00
Dear James thanx so much for the beautiful well framed images of Winfield Hall. Went to school there in late 60's. Wish it would be restored to former majesty as historic landmark. Thans again.
Guest 07-Oct-2008 09:47
Dear James:

I am filming a documentary of the Houston Maritime Museum. The documentary is called “A Life of the Sea: The Jim Manzolillo Story.” This documentary is planned to be sold as a DVD and/or VHS tape and to be shown on cable stations. An aspect of this film is Jim’s experience in the Merchant Marine in WWII. I want to show some images of King’s Point Academy.

The documentary will be sold commercially. However, I am financing the entire project that is unlikely to make significant amounts of money. Thus, there is no budget for permissions and/or releases to show copyrighted items. I would be happy to send you the DVD and to give credit for the images in return for your permission and release to show them.

I request permission to use some images from your website that are described below.

Waterfront view toward white building.
Bell backlit by sunset

They need to be 250 – 300 dpi or better and 720 X 480 pixels, minimum. Prints of these photos could be mailed to me at the address below or if they are available on a computer in higher resolution they could be sent to me by Email. High-resolution scans (probably by most scanners) of the original print could also be sent electronically.

I assume you hold the copyrights for these photos. Would you grant me permission to use them and their high resolution downloads in my documentary?

If permission is granted or any information forthcoming, please reply to this Email at the top, appended to the original Email.

Thank you for any help.

Yours truly,
Dr. David Mailman
Mailman Productions LLC
3419 Audubon Pl
Houston, TX 77006
dmailman@comcast.net
(O) 713 527 9719
(C) 832 640 2656
Greg 30-Sep-2008 19:49
Hey James. Please email me in regards to your photos. I was hoping to include them in a winter magazine here on Long Island. Looking forward to hearing back. All the best!
Gloria 15-Sep-2008 02:26
Hi James, I visited Bayard Cutting Arboretum today for the first time, and I was researching for more info when I found your website. This is the most beautiful collection ever. Thank you. I'll be back. Gloria.
Rosemarie Kusserow21-Jul-2008 06:15
Hi James, I enjoyed your fantastic shots from the Arbotetum, thanks for posting and share your visite with us, what a color explosion! I´ll come back to enjoy your other works, regards, Rosemarie :o)
Emmitt 19-Jul-2008 20:41
I would love to purchase some of your prints from Bethpage Restoration Village. It is one of my favorite places. Your work is beautiful
himane12-Jul-2008 08:52
Thanks for uploading your photos. Looking at them has made my day that much better.
Kaybee 07-Jul-2008 13:30
I'd like to see you do some night shots at the Fine Arts Building, UMass Amherst at the upcoming NECCC. I bet you would get a LOT of mileage out of those angles and colors and great lighting. Thank you for sharing your most enjoyable pictures. You seem to have gotten a great deal out of your D70. Since I've been struggling with my D80 exposures I studied the EXIF details carefully. Loved your soft backgrounds and color in the macros in the gardens. Enjoyed your LI and Hudson Valley shots. Seems fitting that you should now have a sweet D300 now with which to work even more magic. Happy shooting and thanks again.
Christina 30-Apr-2008 22:17
I was a employee at Old Bethpage Village for a long time and have moved on with my life and looking at your pictures of the village and the many faces from there bring back so many memories for me. Thank you for displaying your beautiful shots you are truely a great photographer. Keep the pictures going I would love to see more.
Nicole Haddad 03-Mar-2008 19:32
Hello James, I would love to have you get in contact with me. You can reach me at nic.haddad@gmail.com or 212.756.5230 (work) or 512.784.6147 (cell). I am writing a short article on Roslyn and would love to get hi-res images from you for use in the article. I would of course credit you. Please let me know, Best Wishes, Nicole
iva_de14-Feb-2008 22:49
Thank you for your gorgeous pictures!!!
bill friedlander09-Feb-2008 00:15
Thanks for your comments and suggestions. I had a look through your stuff and I think its graet.
Greg 01-Feb-2008 19:55
Hi James,
I love your work!! It is very beautiful. I am looking into getting married at de serversky and taking pictures at Old Westbury Gardens. Is there anyway I can contact you about taking them? You can email me @ gregory.delucia@nycha.nyc.gov Once again GREAT work. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Nicole Dufour DuRocher 23-Jan-2008 09:26
Hello James!
Your body of work is simply perfection, technically superb and exceptionally dynamic. I am also a Photographer, I studied at Pratt Institute and have been exhibiting in galleries here in NYC, Maine and New Mexico. I am in a unique situation in that I am a wedding photographer that had a destination wedding and my wedding photographs aren't what I had envisioned. We hired an excellent photographer; however, no one had planned for a 97 degree day with 100% humidity ... to say the least we all looked a bit melty. We are looking to have formal photographs of my Husband and I taken again this spring at Old Westbury Gardens and would love to have you be our photographer. Would you be available/interested? Please send me an email at nicoledufourdurocher@yahoo.com
Guest 27-Dec-2007 01:57
very nice work, keep it up!
Rehan Siddique, Uk
elena m hunter 09-Nov-2007 22:50
dear james

your images of Old Bethpage are breath taking. i was wondering if i could buy some of your images of old bethpage village to use on a website for location shoots...i could take some myself but i just dont think i can do it justice as you have

thank you so much for your time

elena hunter
Kim Giangrande 07-Nov-2007 20:28
Your gift and passion for imagery and photography is evident in your work. I am envious of your talent and hope to someday have similar galleries. Thank you for sharing these, it was the highlight of my day!
Jim K. 16-Oct-2007 08:53
I've only had time to view Bayard Cutting Arboretum work. Fantastic. Can't wait to explore the rest of your galleries. I live in the area and love visitng the Arbotetum, Connetquot Preserve, and Hecksher Park.
Kath Brewer13-Oct-2007 20:24
Your photos are just amazing - great work and thanks for sharing!
Licaga01-Sep-2007 09:21
great gallery thanks for the nice reply.

regards,

peter
Matt Latham16-Aug-2007 19:40
Really enjoyed your galleries - great work!
Cheers
Matt
Guest 20-Jun-2007 07:17
You're already very good and I'm sure you'll post even better work in the future.
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner 28-Apr-2007 06:03
Great Gallery

http://www.pbase.com/dean_eades/profile
John Cravatta13-Apr-2007 02:46
Excellent work! Enjoyed your Galleries. Thanks for sharing!
jean-francois woloch01-Apr-2007 21:28
James
excel work! all the photographs are a real pleasure to view.
best regards
jf
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:50
I love your work. Thanks for sharing.
rbfresno02-Mar-2007 22:34
Hi James,
Thanks for visiting my gallery and your nice comments. Your 18-200VR photos are some of the best that I've seen coming from this lens. The next time I hear of someone doubting the 18-200VR's capabilities, I'll refer them to your wonderful pictures! I've added you to my 'favorites' and will revisit.
Best wishes,
RB
Brent Andersen11-Dec-2006 05:28
James, thanks for visiting my galleries. You have some wonderful work that I want to spend some time with and I have added you to my favorites. Brent
yqc4p1z@mail.com 18-Oct-2006 06:18
funny ringtones
Christina Lingley 15-Oct-2006 01:39
Thanks James for wonderful Memories looking at your pictures of the houses and people I use to work with at Old Bethpage Village. I worked at the village for many years and just moved to Florida and miss the atmosphere.
Rhino 27-Sep-2006 00:18
My name is Ryan Nassau and I currently attend Harvard Law School. I know my boyfriend will enjoy these photos when I show them to him.
Ken 25-Sep-2006 05:50
Hey, I love the photo of Stacy and Jeff jousting!

Got any of me on Seigfreid?
Zainudin14-Sep-2006 15:53
Beautiful gallery, James.
steve adell 22-Aug-2006 00:55
jim wheres the annie and scott wedding photos?

or any family photos 4 that matter ?
Guest 05-Aug-2006 19:18
HONEY

YOUR PICTURES ARE GREAT, I WOULD LUV FOR TO TAKE SOME PICTURES OF MYSELF
Jim and Jeanne Galvin 15-Feb-2006 02:53
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos you have taken of MSR's fairs and coronation. We especially appreciate the photos of the clergy who did the ceremony. Please feel welcome in our kingdom anytime.
Jim and Jeanne Galvin
Cara 06-Nov-2005 17:33
Hey James =) I Just actually found the comments on my webpage today and I checked out your site. I love my pictures =) You did a great job! Thanks so much!
Cara
Nico 08-Oct-2005 23:44
James Robertson-
Please contact me via email.
I'd like your permission to use a one of the photos of me that appears on your page.
Nico
Barbarian Photography29-Sep-2005 03:56
Lots of great photos! I especially liked the Medieval Festival shots!
Al D 07-Aug-2005 21:47
viewed 174238 times! -- lots of lots of attention and well deserved!
elizabeth jaeger 11-Jul-2005 14:39
Dear Mr. Robertson - I really like your Iberian Vacation photos and am wondering if you sell any prints - I am opening a Mediterranean restaurant and have been looking for some "real" (not posters) photos. Thank you for your consideration.
Chris Szabla08-Jul-2005 20:50
Great photos, James. I rarely get out of the city and enjoyed seeing some of the more bucolic parts of NY state.
Tom Lawless24-Nov-2004 21:35
great job , good to see long island on this site , i live in western suffolk
F García Robles27-Apr-2004 02:20
Interesantes fotos
Gracias por compartirlas
Saludos desde España
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Guest 02-Apr-2004 21:41
I love the pictures you have of Blackmore's Night. Was Ritchie pleasant? How about Cnadice? They are my very favorite band...
jeff wasson 15-Dec-2003 20:26
Hi James,

I was one of the jousters at the sands point medieval festival, and I wanted to say you did a great job with those pictures. I was also wondering if I could get some prints or a disc with the images.

Thanks, -jeff wasson
Marie-Hélène Raletz15-Jul-2003 03:55
Hi Jim!
I added your galleries to my favourites list, to take the time and come back later to view them at leisure! What I saw (very briefly just now, I'm afraid) made me want to see more!
;-)) MH
ulli muhl04-Jul-2003 02:35
Hi - great Pics - i love them, very interesting Views from a better America: Good Job!
Greetings from Germany (Old Europe ;-) )
Ulli
Sheena 24-Mar-2003 18:42
i love your work. I need to know where some of the locations are.... i am getting married soon and i love some of those places for pictures.
cristian gruita30-Apr-2002 15:57
this is the best gallery i saw in one month on pbase (fall)
excellent