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Hello My Name is miss jina. i saw your profile today and i am contacting you so that we can be friends. and i have special reason of contacting you which i will make known to you. hope to read from you soon in my email address, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I am a Hobby-Zoologist from Austria and I work on a list of all bird species (only for myself and personal use). I want to add to all the animals in the list a picture, so I want to ask you, if I am allowed, to copy some pictures from your picture gallery by Oriental Bird Images and by pbase in my lists - only for private use! I will not create a homepage, I will not sell the photos and I will not publish the photos - I only want to add them to my lists.
I am looking forward to a permission to copy some photos,
Hello i m french
Your photos are magnificent
I am a painter and I wanted to ask you for the permission for the use of some photos of your album Morocco which I would like to redo in paint(painting) would be you all right
Alf Jacob Nilsen
Nice galleries and nice photos! Africa is just a magic place to do photography! I was expecially interested in your Samburu NP gallery of birds. I love shooting birds myself and we are going back to Kenya this summer for a 3 week photographic safari starting in Samburu. (If interested you can read more about just that at www.biophoto.net/Safari2010/Safari.htm). If you know anyone that might want to join us, please let me know.
best wishes from Norway,
I stumbled across your gallery when googling Samburu so I haven't had a chance to have a really good look. But I loved what I saw - especially the bird pics. You say you camped in Samburu - could you tell me where exactly? I live in Kenya and am planning a trip to Samburu in August.
Flip ( email@example.com )
Koen Van de Kerkhof
Inspired by your photos I booked a week safari with Brian Freeman. Just out of interest when where you in the mara in 2006,the year where you took those amazing migration photos. We booked for 17-26 Oct. Is this still OK for migration action?
Hi Pete. When will you show us your new pics? I am looking forward to seeing the newest, from your travels in spring 2008? Best wishes from Poland. Piotr
Love the pictures - I have been directed to your site from Freeman Safaris.com. I have booked to go with them next year, and wondered if you could answer a question for me on filters.
What filters did you use/recommend for your trip - there is so much conflicting info out there about this - any guidance would be welcome.
THanks in advance.
Just had a look at your wonderful pictures of the wild dogs from the Laikipia area. Will you be able to give me the contactaddress to Chololo Ranch.
Deputy Chairman NaturePhotographer in Denmark
You got some mad skills.
Abdul Rahim Al Maimani
Very interesting galleries. I enjoyed looking at your work
Your pictures are wonderful.
Your photos have opened a new way for me to seeing the world.
Rick & José
What an enormous gallery you have here an Pbase and what a lot and beautiful pleaces you have visited. Your work gives me the shivers for planning out my next trip. Great work and thanks for sharing.
Oh, by the way, you have so much work online that it will take me a few years to get through all. I'm curious to your next trip.
All the best,
Hi Peter, I would like to know whether we can use your photo? Please contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you very much. Superb work.
I really enjoyed your fantastic gallery "Crossing". Quite different from the usual wild life photography. I'll be back for sure to see more of your work.
Thanks for sharing.
Terry and Jean
Just had a look at your super photos from Atnarko. Brought it all back. We will send a couple to you which have you in the frame,
T and J
I`ve been looking in the web for exellent nature fotos for long time and I must say taht your fotos are extraordinary in different ways. At first the quantity of all the regions you have travelled, at second the quality you offer and lat but not least your passion for difficult pictures especially large cats !!!
I`ve tried to observe jaguars in the pantanal several times without luck, so regarding your pictures i got an idea how it must be.
Thank you very much for sharing your fotos
What a good camera and good lenses can do in the hands of a talented photographer!
A spendid wildlife website.
i like the work i am inviting u 2 visit my gallery pls comment
Thanks to you I spend the last 30 minutes travelling trough Africa. Your pictures are beautiful. Thank you for sharing them.
G H JIM
Been looking through your pictures,brilliant as ever.
Just about to retired end of this year so will have more time for travelling.
Also just came back from Romania(lots of birds at the Danube Delta,and only realised how difficult it is to take pictures of birds.I must be using the wronge lense as I did not take my 80-400mm lense (Image stabilizer} with me when I was using my Canon 20D digital slr.
Just forward your link to some fellow traveller who are keen bird watcher.
Sehr schöne Bilder, Schone Seite überhaupt.
Cowichan Valley Camera Club
Splendid galleries! I'm wondering what format you use to shoot, how you store your
photos when travelling and what software you use to re-size etc.
I can see your website in pbase and it's fantastic...
I'm Pere (Peter in Catalan-Catalonia-Spain). I'll be in Tanzania in few days,
I have a question for you.
do you have any problem with a big backpack of Lowepro to carryon in the fly?
I think use a Lowepro Nature Trekker AW II.
thanks a lot,
My name is Stephan Deneir, and I live in Belgium.
First of all, I would like to congratulate you with the pictures that can be viewed at Pbase. I am really impressed with all the aspects of the pictures ( light, colours, sharpness, composition, etc...). What you show there is a proof of your talent for photography.
I got to your site during my search for pictures of the Finepix S3Pro camera. I have decided to replace my analog Nikon camera with a digital device, but I have big doubts on what would be the best choice for me. Already before I saw your pictures, the S3 was one of my favourites, but I am reluctant to buy it because in comments I have read that the camera works quite slowly (frames/sec and play-back). I also heard of focussing problems, but probably this has a lot to do with the lense?
I just wanted to hear your opinion. Have you ever felt any of these disadvantages, and are there other things which would make you not to buy this camera again ? The picture quality you achieve with this camera is impressive, but I would like to be sure of what I am doing, before deciding to buy the camera myself.
Thank you very much for any advice you can give,
Great Images. I just came across your gallary.
We just went during Dec. 2005 .it sure was fun ..but since it was last minute trip we endup staying at resorts and etc. I would really appreciate it if you can give me more details about your trip. My email address is email@example.com
Couple of us trying to go back but if possible big cheaper and rough.
I really enjoyed viewing all your photos from Colorado. The colors are so vibrant. Thanks for sharing.
Peter, Thanks for your company in Poland 2006, and the opportunity to see your great pics. You have captured the mood exactly we were the lucky ones not only in the area but the party was so easy to get on with and Sinclair and Piotr were just..........Sinclair and Piotr. Hope to see you again..Phil
Pete, I admire all the lovely pictures, also these you made during Poland in Winter tour. There were hundreds of visitors in the last 18 years since I started to co-lead these tours but no one before made such fabulous pictures. You are not only a wonderful companion but also simply a great photographer. My sincerest congratulations..! I will visit your website regularely ! Piotr from Gdansk
All of your galleries are great! I enjoy them a lot. Great pictures!
Johan Van Damme
I travelled often in Ladakh and Zanskar maybe you like to take a look at my pictures.
Great images throughout your galleries Peter, found the bears interesting as ime going out there in June 2006 with Naturetrek and pleased to see the birds there as thats also another interest of mine
Nice stuff and please let me know if you want me to help you with the names of the birds
Hi, I love you pic so much and sure much better than those I was taken during the previous visit in Kenya. I am working in a travel agent in Hong Kong which specialise in East Africa Safari area, I would like to ask for your permission to use your photos in my leaflet and website if possible.
could you please conatct me. Thanks in advance
Hi, Pete - Mike and I are hanging around Denver witing for our flights, and have just spent an hour looking through your galleries. They are beautiful. Looking forward to seeing the newest, from our travels around the central Rockies. I enjoyed meeting you. Perhaps another time we will run across each other somewhere else in the world. Best to yo9u, Pete.
Thanks very much for the nice comments,Marcos.Glad you liked the pics.
You have an amazing collection of fantastic pictures. Your work covers many of the world's best natural reserves. Thanks for sharing.
Greetings from Madrid
Valerie (BF member)
I found my way here via Birdforum Pete after commenting on one of your beautiful pics in the gallery today. An excellent website, very interesting. I love the photos of Phoebe in the fridge and basin!!!!
Ok, I was here so I leave my step in the guestbook.
Thank you, for your pictures. Now I know to what to aspire. I can wish good luck and... So to hold!
I am representing Don Vikro Foundation ( www.donvikro.org ) We are from Assam , India , to promote tourism we are going to launch one web site on Kaziranga National Park . (www.kaziranga.in ) . We are interested to display some of your photographs in that site ( Along with your name ) for this we need your kind permission . We hope you will be kind enough to help us .Thanking you
Don Vikro Foundation
Hi Peter, Your guyana pics have been making the rounds between guyanese ex-pats who live here in the US. They are just spectacular! Each photo has something special in it for most of us to ponder and reminisce. Thanks for sharing! I'm curious as to why you chose to go to Guyana. Not too many folks know of its incredible beauty (beyond the obvious probs in the city). Thanks again!
Emiliano Esterci Ramalho
I am a master student from Brasil and I am studying jaguars. I am doing a home page to make
a closer link between jaguar researchers and I really wanted to use one of your jaguar pictures
on the background. Could I do that?
Thanks very much,Hank.I'll try my best!
I think this is a great site. Keep up the good work man.
Hi Art,Thanks for the comments;glad you like the pics,I'll try to keep them coming.Good luck in Panama.
I am zoologist (for 2 more months in Canada, then for 3 years in Panama) and a big traveller, too
I really enjoy your galleries, especially because many animals are quite rare and/or are shown as a part of their habitat
I hope to see more of your wonderful photographs .. I hope you'll post more unusual insects, spiders and other smaller animals, too (like the particularly nice spiny green stinkbug from Sarawak)
Peter-- I have marveled at your ongoing adventures and fantastic photos for some time now and keep checking back regularly for updates on your latest and greatest. Thanks for the inspiration and the helpful information. I was especially glad to have discovered Brian Freeman thanks to you. I hope to book a safari with him in the very near future. Thanks for setting the pace. You work is first rate.
One question-- I will be going to Rwanda soon to photograph mountain gorillas and the spectacular landscapes/other wildlife of the Virunga volcanoes. I am a wildlife artist by trade and will be using the photos as reference for later painting in the studio. In Rwanda I will be shooting with two EOS 20D bodies plus a variety of lenses ( especially the Sigma 120-300 2.8.) Do you think that the 20d will be able to stand up to the humidity and wet conditions of the Virungas? Do you have any recommendations for a rain hood or other means of protecting digital equipment in the field? Any suggestions would be appreciated. You can have a look at one of my bonobo paintings at www.karlammann.com
Geoff and Linda
Congratulations on your great photographs
We were rather tired after the trip!! and have only just recovered so were impressed by the speed you uploaded your pictures
We were not so lucky as there was a problem with my old camera(heat affected?)and so lost a number of pictures but we had enough to give us good memories. However we do not have a good still picture of the anteater and would love a copy of one of your's
Could you let me have your email address
Thanks for your company and best wishes
Hi Richard,Thanks for the comment.It was good to have your company on the trip.Sorry for my tardy reply but just got back from Guyana where cold weather was not a problem!
Peter, it was good to travel with you in Ladakh, to brave the cold, and to treasure the sunshine when it came. The people shots are great and the dancers were,of course,amazing. Keep in touch.
parts of India are not so nice now. You were in the North. did you go anywhere near the disaster area while you were there. You just left in time. It is good you did not continue to Sdo a tour in the south a few days later
Hi Stephen,Thanks for looking at the pics and the comments.It's easy to get close to the bears at Tundra Lodge-they come to you!They are very inquisitive and don't move too quickly so I have no excuses for bad pictures!The only problem is getting the exposures right with so much white around-and operating the camera with freezing fingers!
Wonderful pic of the polar bear. How did you get so close. The bears seemed to be happy for the most part. I think your pic just get better and better
Peter, I am completely amazed at your pictures. You seem to capture the true soul of the places you visit. I will definitely keep logging in and looking at your adventures. Hope you have a good one at the Arctic I will look out for the pictures on your return. Regards, Melissa (nearly ex-neighbour).
Have just been admiring your Brazil pictures as I am on the same trip next July. Really whetted my appetite and can't wait to go.
I don't have your amount of ewquipment but would like to know for this trip what was invaluable and what you could have left behind.
Hope you can spare the time to contact me.
What an extraordinary collection of pics you have on PBase, a site I discovered only today. My wife and I just returned from the Galapagos, so were especially interested in your shots from that area. We're planning a safari trip in 2005 and are gathering some recommendations. I also am returning to serious photography after several decades of "snap-shooting" and would appreciate a brief correspondence about your equipment choices. Very impressive photos! Hope to hear from you.
Hello Peter, was looking at your photographs, and loved them. Since i am going to Tanzania in a month i was wondering if you have ever used filters (polirization filters) when you took some of these picture? Still have some time to buy one or more for different lenses.
Thanks very much for the comment,Michael.Glad you liked the pics and thanks for looking.Lots more pics coming this year-I hope!
great galleries. i enjoyed looking at the pictures. I can not go on the trips you do but i can see in this one dimension some of what you see. Thanks for all the milli seconds in your time. Photos are captures of a shutterbug. greeat keep up the good work
Thanks,Michael.I had such a great time the trip out was worth it.The trip back was without incident,thankfully!
WOW WOW WOW!!!!!!!!!! I love the pic. I don't think I would get that close to a wild bear. Well worth the effort. Great pic. Hope your trip back is better than your trip there
if you could be so kind as to contact me,
i was interested in obtaining the rights to
one of your photos. i can discuss the details
with you at that time.
Hi Michael,Thanks very much for your kind comments,much appreciated.I'm off to Finland mid-next week,so I really hope the bears are co-operative!
Fantastic photos. All the galleris are wonderful. Loved the lions and the puffins. (Thousands of miles apart) Great to see whales free to live as they please. Too bad some countries are going back to comercial whaling. Africa has its share of poachers of the beautiful animals you have shown.
Great pictures keep them comming. I have bookmarked your home page for easy access in the future. Looking forward to the bears
Hi Mancil,Pleased you like the pics and thanks for looking-I'll keep the galleries coming!
cool pic of the cat. I liked your photo of Africa and India. I wish I could be in those places too. Keep up the galleries
Hi Dolan,Glad you enjoyed looking at the pics.I'm looking forward to seeing the polar bears,too!Thanks for looking.
yes its my real name. Anyway beautiful galleries i am looking forward in de fall to seeing polar bears. Wonderful gallery on india, all I can say about them all is WOW. It is fortunate that you can afford to travel and do as you wish. At least we can enjoy the places in phots. You have the sights, sounds smell and feel of places. we have the visual and can imagine the rest. Great work Thanks for sharing fr Dolan
The trip to Tanzania earlier this year was specifically designed for photographers but all the rest are general trips on which I've taken photos.I'm increasingly drawn to specialist photo trips,or solo trips like the one to Kenya,since I'm now dragging so much gear around with me and I really don't want to inconvenience other tour participants.Maybe in future I'll also try to stay in one place longer to maximise the photo opportunities-I'm off to Finland for a short break in a couple of weeks to photograph bears,and up to Churchill,in Canada in late October,to photograph polar bears.The next big trip is in September,to the Pantanal area of Brazil-a general wildlife trip,but I'll be lugging all my gear along!
Thanks for looking at the pics and the comment,Stephen.It's certainly a beautiful and interesting place and I highly recommend a visit.I'd like to make it to Gros Morne,too-maybe next time!
Thanks for the comments,Lelaha.I had a fabulous time in Newfoundland-I'll definitely be back.Next time I'll take your advice and make it to Gros Morne,too.Thanks for looking!
Just curious, are the tours you take designed specifically for photography or just sight-seeing tours you take photos on? I may like to take one someday.
Beautiful pictures of newfoundland. I think you have just improved their tourism 100 percent. I would never have thought there were such a wide variety of birds and flowers. Beautil place. I think I will plan a visit for next year. I must check out Gros Morne and Bonne Bay as well
Beautiful pictures of newfoundland. Beautiful pictures in all your galleries. You should plan a trip to Gros Morne National Park. The tablelands mountains are beautiful and so is the wildflowers and wildlife. There are whales in Bonne bay everyday.
.I enjoyed you pictures of Africa and India Keep up the new galleries
Hi Tim,Thanks for looking and for the comments.I hope you make it to India soon-this was my fourth trip and I love the place.
Hi Harish,Thanks for looking at the pics and the nice comments.This was my fourth visit to your wonderful country,but the first specifically to photograph wildlife.Hopefully,I'll be back next year for more of the same.Have fun with the SD9-I've seen some great pictures produced with it.
hi peter.. i'm a 24 yr old student@UMBC from india and believe it or not, i have yet to see everything you have captured!! born and raised in India, unfortunately have missed out on every oppurtunity to appreciate the beauty my country has to offer, but your keen eye for wildlife photography has amazed me.. It is absolutely AWESOME..the word in it's true sense by definition :)... I have a Sigma SD-9 and i can't wait to get out there soemtime this year.. your work is truly inspirational :)
Stumbled across this and all i can say is wow. Some fantastic shots Peter, has whetted my appetite for a trip to india in the near future. Keep up the great work with the pics, i will be returning soon
Hi Chantal,Thanks very much for looking at my pics and the nice comment.There are lots more going up over the next couple of days.I went to Tanzania on a photographic safari organised by Oksana Travel (www.oksana.co.uk),led by the S.Africa based professional photographer Ariadne van Zandbergen.The trip could not have been better-excellent in all respects.Ariadne leads trips a couple of times a year in Africa-I think the next one is planned for September in South Africa.I can give you her e-mail address if you'd like it.Her website is www.africaimagelibrary.co.za .The test of a good trip is if you'd do it again:I'd do this one again tomorrow!
Dear Peter, your photos are awesome!!! Were you with a tour group or on your own? If with a group, would you mind telling us the name and whether they did a good job? The lions were especially beautiful!! We are attempting to identify your mystery bird.