Kent Wood |
| guestbook |
Type your message and click Add Comment
It is best to
first but you may post as a guest.
Enter an optional name and contact email address.
Kent, would you compare your experience with the Mewlon 300 to the PlaneWave 12.5". What caused you to switch? thanks, Dick
Kent, A friend of mine and yours (John Lounsbery) showed us a dvd that you produced and how it related to the gospel and the eternities. We thought it was fantastic and would like to have a copy. Is there a way to buy a copy. Thanks Rich Buys
Marjorie Wood Richard
What a revelation to learn where your creative spirit has been taking you! Uncle Paul and I are thrilled to be able to see your incredible photos and the titles thereof. We are now
grieving the passing of your darling sweetheart. As your loving aunt, I am eternally grateful that I was blessed to know her and share music by accompanying you both singing through most of your lives. I'm sure the angel choirs are rejoicing to have her there! We are now about to regale our family and friends with the glorious pictures you are sharing in your galleries. We pray for your speedy recovery so you can return to these rewarding labors as soon as possible. Love you forever, Aunt Marjorie
Hi kent, I posted your photo: www.jesuswithinus.blogspot.com
the bubble nebula speaks out loud!
The Second Coming of Christ, look right below the brightest star in the bubble...
Jesus coming in a cloud and at the bottom of the bubble the archangel. click close up
Kent, want to echo the other comments, thanks for the inspiration. Up here at the far N.W. tip of the country (clouds) we appreciate others succuss and generosity. Although walking the dog during a bright afternoon yesterday a bright Venus in the south unaided is cool! People kept asking me what I was staring at. That planet I said! "Look!" They thought I was crazy! Fun to be an Astronomer!
Terrence R. Redding, Ph.D.
Kent, absolutely beautiful work. I am donating several amateur astronomer framed images to a silent auction and would like permission to consider including one or two of your work. This is a non-profit educational conference. I will be making a presentation on the importance of amateur scientist and in particular highlighting the work of amateur astronomers and describing them as high self-directed learners. if you need more information, I would be pleased to provide it.
Terry - W6LMJ
Met you at AIC2008...in elevator...same first name...Kent.
Can you provide your email address as I have some questions concerning your Planewave instrument.
i add you to my favo !!! Great work !
Noticed you gallery while browsing pbase. Very impressive shots and particularly beautiful deep space images. Really enjoyed the moon eclipse that I also photographed with the Nikon and the Tamron 200-500. Thanks for posting, Peter
just came accross your website when I read the thread you opened on MRS - site.
you posted a wonderful rendition of the Iris nebula.
I just browsed your website and found both, wonderful equipment and astro-images!
my favourite-image would be the sunflower, as it is masterfully color-balanced, which is difficult, as I know from my own humble attempt imaging "her" with a test CCD I had last year.
anyway, keep up the good work!
very best regards from Austria,
I don't know if you are the photographer I think you are. Did you have the cover of Life in 1995, Lightning photo, re: Weather Gone Mad. Excellent work posted here whether you are same biological photog I know or not.
Wonderful, simply wonderful! Thank you for sharing these with us.
Outstanding photography. Your comments are informative. Beautiful! Thanks for posting them.
Thank you Ric.
i enjoyed your galleries...many thanks...especially the astrophotography...excellent