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Hi Ken. My daughter came across your PBase site. Beautiful work you've got posted here. Very nice to see what you've been working on since we were last together at Station 2.
Ken,your photos of Lebanon are great. I lived in Beirut from 1955 to 1968.I left when I was 18 years old. I really enjoyed living there as well as the Lebanese people. As a former Marine I'am trying to obtain a copy. of a photo of the Marine Capt. Charles B. Johnson who stood on top of an Israeli tank stopping it from probing their postion. This happened on Feb. 2nd 1983. I saw this photo back in 1983, but unable to find any copy recently. I think this occured just befoes you got there. If you know of the photographer or photo could you let me know. Best wishes to you and thank you.
You and Audrey have impressive talents in capturing artistic photographs. You have demonstrated that beautiful photos can be taken in Oklahoma and Missouri. One doesn't necessarily have to be on the California coast, Hawaii, the US Virgin Islands, the Canadian Rockies, or the Beartooth mountains of south central Montana to take really captivating photos. Say hi to Audrey for me. I had the pleasure of meeting her sometime in the early seventies in Missouri. I don't know if she will remember me though.
Chasing down old shipmates and found your galleries.
Ken, I have looked at all the photos in this gallery...several times. They are amazing. I haven't been moved by this type of imagery for a long time. Excellent work!!! You have come a long way from SFD Engine 7 (as have we all)
Steve in Santa Fe
I went to Oklahoma State in the 70's with a fellow named Ken Crowder. I wonder if you are the same...
I finally remembered to stop by and see your site. I love it! Thanks for the inspiration you have given me.
Hi Ken just viewed a portion of your gallery some amazing work! It's good to see the practice of your craft. I'm honored to know that my cameras will help you teach a subject that you obviously love and are very good at.
Thank you for sharing so many wonderful photos, and especially of our family. I'm so proud of you and really appreciate
having this site showing the creative talents that you possess.
This is where I come when nothing makes sense and I just need to re-boot. I usually see a photo I somehow missed before and it speaks to me about truth and beauty, or the classic look of dirt, or rocks with rain. If this were a book it would be on my coffee table or by my bed. This is better than any book. Thanks for sharing your art.
Love your site, pictures are beautiful, I'm glad you took one of me at the Nelson.
R The W, AJMiller, I was posted there.
Hope to pictures from your KCMO visit too!
I am wanting to know your pricing etc! The pictures you have on here look beautiful!
Agustin & Diana rodriguez
Thank you for sharing your wonderfull work with us, each photo is unique and tells a story.
Thank you, your neighbors from northwest Arkansas
I really, really enjoyed looking at your work. Thank you. (!)
I am looking for the pictures from the uco college of liberal arts honor awards program 2009-2010, April 13, 2010, Nigh University Center. Do you have information on them? Thank you.
Your photos are great.
I really enjoyed seeing all of them, but especially those of your family!
These images are wonderful!
I too photograph the sky and also draw and paint it. A commenter on my blog directed me to your site.
Fantastic photographs. Leave me in awe of the everyday beauty missed by myself. So glad that talents like yourself can see those things. Not only did you capture the image from your perspective, you created a portal of mystery. Show stoppers.
You really have a great collection of images for "photo of the day." I envy your determination and creative eye.
Love the site and all the photos!
Hi Ken, Great to hear from you. I'll try to get to the City to see your work. Hope things are going great for you and Audrey.
Hey Ken...great pics and I love the Heart Labyrinth.
Tell Audrey I like her pendants. You should make some glass pendants with your photos. : )
Ask Audrey for me - was her wheat heart made from the clay body "death valley", or from terra-cotta? Thanks! I will be back!
Hey Ken, it was good seeing you at Chili's the other day. Thanks for the card and for being interested!
Great photographs! I'm hoping to one day call myself a photographer. I love taking photographs and I'm a graphic artist so my computer skills help enhance my photographs. If you like check out my photos on my website.
Very nice photos & themes! :)
Welcome to "Canon.G7 -- Traveller BlockNote"
Pbase needs more galleries like yours.
It's a pleasure to spend a lazy evening sifting through your pictures.
i have one of the lcvp's from the uss inchon. i have been told it was the one that hung on the port side. would you have any info?
thanks for your congratulations, your pictures are great too !! see you
Hey Ken. Love your work. Sorry it took so long to visit. Hope we can work together again soon.
Thanks for sharing your studio work with me. It was quite delightful.
Hi Ken, thank you so much for your interesting and honest comments on my winter gallery. I´m very glad that you liked them, makes the cold night worth the effort. I´ve been looking around in your galleries and I most say that I´m impressed of your work. All your pictures are of high standard, great compos and professional settings. I will definately come back for more! Your pictures from Oklahoma are fantastic!
Take care /Anders
Hi Ken, I thank you for your comments. I will be adding more images this week (spent the whole weekend working on them and ended up with only a few showable ones). I enjoyed my visit to your galleries. Keep up the excellent work.
Thanks for starting these great uploads. It seems you have stories to tell and the skills relate them. I look forward to my future visits.