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I AM AN AMERICAN ARTIST IN KASHMIR----EAGLES HERE NESTING ON MY HOUSEBOAT ROOF AND HUNTING FISH IN THE LAKE AND I MAKING PICTURES IN CHARCOAL OF THE FEEL OF EAGLES FLYING-(WINGS AND WIND-)---(-EYES AND TALLONS)I HAVE LOVED CAMPING IN NORTHERN CANADA AND ALASKA---EAGLE LAND--i love your photos and that you do it
I really enjoyed my visit to your galleries. Great images.
We saw your pix of bison in snow at Jackson Lake Lodge, should have bought it, did not, and now the lodge is closed. Can you help us obtain one of the most moving pix we have ever seen. Thank you
Very impressive. I enjoy looking at Mt. Baker, especially - my mother was so fond of it and I was very impressed with it when I visited.
Please contact me, I have information about an Everett osprey nest.
Good Job!! I love your pictures.
jim I really enjoy your osprey photos, I have been searching for some time in everett can you give me a possible location to see these wonderful birds?
Merry Christmas Jim!
With love to you and yours.
Your cousin Jennifer Jeanne, Bill and Buddy MacGregor
Great work! Hope you post more pictures soon.
I'm going to model some of my work after you in the future...as soon as I get a new camera.
I am not sure who left the last message about the pictures. I have printed several and Rachel has a CD full of pictures. Are you referring to the pictures on this site. Let me know and I can follow up. Thanks.
When do we get to see the wedding photos.Hope you are well
Thanks for the excellent closeup pictures of osprey bands, will see if we can do a match of partial numbers with banding records.
Enjoyed your pictures, especially the osprey. I've worked on crew that banded ospreys in the Everett colony the last few years, and wondered if the images you have that show bands on legs can be enlarged enough to make out part of the band numbers? It's possible we could make a match with what nest the bird fledged from, and document how far away it has moved. It looks like the nest with banded bird is on Steamboat slough.
Please email me directly if you can. I could use your help with some of my cousins addresses! Loved the gallery!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jennifer J. Beard
I have been sharing hia wonderful page with your eastern relatives: Jeff our son NH and Josie (Jordan) our daughter on Cape Cod, MA
Thanks for your message. I work just North of the city center at the foot of Queen Anne Hill. We look out over Lake Union. It is a beautiful spot. I live north of the city about 20 miles.
Hi, Jim! Just to say hello from London, UK and thank you for sharing all your great pics.
I am photography nut and use mainly classic cameras such as Rollei 35, Olympus 35RC or even sometimes, vintage folders like Voigtlanders, working in monochrome. Have been to Seattle more times than I can remember and at one time wanted to settle there, but it never worked out! Where abouts in Seattle are you? I am familiar with downtown Seattle (Queen Anne, Freemont, Pike Place etc!!). Rgds
Nice, well done!
Wonderful photos, Jim. Great work. I was searching for a picture of the LGH and came upon your gallery.
Donald, I have tried to email you but it keeps getting bounced.
Jim, Thanks for the D2X info. I agree that the D200 may be the best alternative (I just found that out today). Thanks for your visiting and the nice comments. You'll have lots of fun for sure in Homer. Waiting to see your eagle shots.
could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
I like the grebes.
Very nice pictures. I enjoyed all of them. Where did you find the eagles to photograph?Phil Woody email@example.com
Terrific Galleries Jim. Thanks for sharing.
Great Photo`s.. and Gallery
I guess I missed you when I stopped by to meet Bill! When are you coming up to visit???
Beautiful photos. Some great shots ... awe inspiring.
Are you, by chance the brother of Jeff Thiel ? (Twin) ?
Grew up with friends of the same name. Just curious. Regards, Tim
The painting is complete (for the most part anyway). When I get to this stage I set it aside for a bit and maybe make some minor tweaks here and there. If you let me know an email address I'll send you a jpg
Paint away. I would love to see your print when you are finished. Thanks for the kind comments.
very nice images!
I was browsing through your gallery and came across a shot I would like very much too paint. It's a squirrel sitting on a branch (just .jpg for the title). The original would not be sold as it would be purely for personal pleasure. If you approve, I would be happy to send you a print after it's complete (no charge of course). If you decide to decline however, there's no problem at all. I would fully understand.
Thanks for the comments you left on my southwest galleries. I'm honored that I have influenced your vacation planning!! If you head to the desert southwest you certainly won't be disappointed with whatever location you chose. So much to point your camera at! I just finished going over some of your pics again (and they're all terrific, I might add) and I've got a question. Is the 3-D matting you used for your Banff gallery pics a freeware PS action by chance? I'm still looking for something I like and that would fit the bill nicely. If so I'd appreciate it if you'd pm me and let me know where you got it. Thanks.
Saw your message about my eagle pictures. Thanks.
I took a look at yours and like them also. The Eagles should be starting to arrive along the Mississippi and Illinois rivers now. Planning a trip next week to see what's there so far.
*Tinne aka digitinne*
Very nice work. You have the eye for beauty and composition.
Jim Thanks for commenting.
I've looked at you photos and they are really fantastic. I'll have to go back again, I bookmarked it.
I ended up about 60 miles south of Tofino near Port Renfrew where I hiked on the coastal trail there.
I did not realize the size of the island and thought that I could cover more of it by car but hunkered down there.
I am going to Tofino though in January for the Winter storm Watch at the Pacific Sands Resort for a week.
There is a guy named Gaye Horn from onlinephotogrphers.com that goes there every year and they say it is spectacular for photography. Giant waves, great sunsets and alot of birds. So we have a bunch going.
Kevin, the only way I know how to hide something is to set a password on the gallery. You can then go back and remove it latter.
Thanks for your comment on my Alaska gallery. My wife and I have spent 2 weeks there in each of the last 3 years and every year we keep coming back with a longer list of places we want to visit. I just joined PBase and was in the process of uploading the photos when I noticed your comment. Is there some way to hide things while they are being worked on? I took a quick peek at a few of the pics in your galleries .. awesome!!! I will be back when I have more time to spend enjoying them.
Sorry, Jim. I found I just typed your name wrong in the last message. Ryan.
Thanks for your comment on my Fall Colour pictures. You have great pictures here. Keep your work.
Hi Jim, thanks for you comment on my Tetons gallery... when you have the opportunity to go there, jump at it as the park is a fantastic place. You have some fantastic images in your galleries. Looks like you know how to use your D100 well! I particularly like the glacier reflection image and numerous bird photos. Keep up the excellent work. John
Rick thank you for your kind words. I am very much a novice but I truley love photography along with the outdoors. It really makes a wonderful combination. We just returned from a trip to Glacier National Park and the Jasper and Banff areas. We have never done this before and for sure will return. Good luck with your photography.
Rick Di Maria
I'm a friend of your brother-in-law Dave Adi. I saw one of your photos hanging in his living room and loved it, he told me who the photographer was and told me about this website. I just looked at your Mt. Ranier wildflower photos and was blown away by their beauty and craftsmanship, and of course the pristine glory of Mt. Ranier itself. I'm a novice nature photographer myself so this was good inspiration for me. I plan to visit your web site often.
Rick Di Maria