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Great photos. You must have been a cowboy or raised in the country to see things the way you do. (besides, you have a Holstein name)
You should get a Pulitzer Prize for a couple of those Tillamook Rock photos--the are some of the greatest photos in the history of the world.
Great pictures! Was wondering if ABC news and GMA can use your wave pictures? Will give you screen credit.
Such an amazing photo of this amazing lighthouse. Thank you for sharing your talent with the rest of the world.
Great photo of Tillamook Lighthouse. I watched waves like this cover over it back in winter of 96-97 Just awe inspiring
Super Galleries, great work.Thanks for sharing them.
Great photo !
Your gallery is very impressive
j. Paul Tillman
Great pictures, Thanks for sharing!!,,,,,jpt
Great work man. Love some of the shots. Found you as you posted on the Goat Creek Trail on WTA.Org. Just went on it yesterday thanks to your info saying the road was all good. Thanks.
Franz and Renate Rosenberger
Glad to have run into your website - great shots!!! Big V.
I am wondering a price on some senior pics for my daughter which attends centralia high
Jim trying to get some pic's of a game day you shot please call me360 827 2853
You are an AWESOME photogrpher! Your artist composition is amazing. Just love your photo's!!!!
great eye and great skill
I was at the Happs trail challenge June 27th, and really appreciate you coming out and taking such incredible pictures! I'm the gal in red on the mostly white paint. My family loves the picture (and so do I)! :-) Thanks so very much!
I am having difficulty getting my email to go through to your listed email address. I am using a yahoo account. I am interested in purchasing some pictures from your April Cuttin Loose shots. Can you respond with email/phone number?
I am the Napavine Yearbook advisor. Would mind terribly if we used some of your great soccer pictures for our book? I don't yet have the equipment or the training to get anything on a soccer picture beside a massive blurr.
Tana Bryan, up in Renton, Wa. I have a little mule that I am trying to train to ride eventually. She has been packed only with very little work so far. Love your pics. Also a bird watcher.
I was looking at your hitch extension. that looks really great. I was wondering where you got it. I live in beaverton, so if it was bought around here, even better. thanks Bob
Gary Johnston hooked me up with your web site. Awsome pictures you have quite a talent.
I am hoping to find a "trail experienced" TWH. I have looked at your profile and you have some gorgeous horses! Please contact me if you have any for sale.
Hi Jim, I really enjoyed looking at your photos and I saved the link so that I could come back again soon. As a Washington native, I loved seeing the woods, streams, etc. My grandmother had a cabin in Greenwater, near Mr. Rainier and I spent a lot of time there in my childhood. Your photography is WONDERFUL! Missy
WOW! Love your pic's. Loved evey minute. Do you sell prints, enlargments? My family came from the mossyrock area. The Moores, Stidhams, Colemans and Looneys. Bits and pieces of the pictures felt like coming home. Thanks. Jackie
Jim, Again great pic's from the cutting show. The pic's of Jungle Boy (the paint) and Henry is awesome! Should be on the cover of a mag. Thank you so much for being there. Nancy
Jim, The pic's from the cutting show are great! Thanks so much. Looking forward to the next show. Maybe Nanc can sit in a corner. (hehehe). The other Nancy
Absolutely gorgeous! It was such a pleasure to browse through your photos. Keep up the nice work.
hi my name is jason h i just looked at hte steam saw mill pic you took very good pic's i work one a 1893 steam saw mill it look like the one you took pics from its is in flint mi thank you
Beautiful pictures, Jim. Love the shots of the green, mossy, misty woods.
hey i love horses and these are the prettiest ones i have ever seen.
Thanks for identifying the drill. I had an idea it was a post hole auger but what threw me off was what looks like a spur lock that can be seen in the two o'clock position in the photo.
I enjoyed browsing your galleries, you have some great shots and what I take to be nice family photo's.
Hi, I recognize these horses for sale as Virginia's. Say hello to her from Robin the yodeling cowgirl.RRR
thank you for all the great work you have done on the Harry Cody Horse Camp.
It means the world to Linda, The girls, and the Cody Family.
David Cody ( Harry's Brother )
I love horses, nice pics!
Great pictures. Thanks, Roger