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thank you lance for visiting my gallery and is so nice to meet u in pb. thanks again for your kind comment. wishing u and your love ones here in very warm and happy 2015.
Thanks for the responses Hmfrgnot
I really appreciate it
Lance, you have a great eye. Your pictures are stunning. Great work.
Your Friend from Kiev
Ahhh master, your photos seem to display "perpetual Transition" beautifully my friend!! Keep up the goodwork.
Leo James Mitchell
Hi Lance Best of luck!
All the best
Leo James Mitchell
I have come back for a second and longer look at your land and sea-scapes using the DA14mm lens and Cokin filters!What a super portfolio you have for all lenses not just the 14. I think I see clearly now what you do with a very wide angle shoot...get low, focus on an anchoring object up close and let the depth of field look after the rest! Neat! Many thanks again mate
Can't believe you haven't made it to the USA yet. The Grand Canyon awaits you.
By the way, enough already with that hideous opera house.
Nice work Lance
Nice pics. well done.
Go for it!! thnx for share
GrtZzZzZz from Bleau The
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
Nice and beautiful gallery. I enjoy my visit here. Thanks for sharing.
Great Collection of Excellent Images!
Impressive pano's of Sydney.
Rudi (in Sydney)
Lance, some of your pics defy description or adulation. I first came to appreciate your work and advice on the dpreview site and make a point to catch as much of your postings as possible. Thanks I've learned a lot from your unselfish sharing.
Read your post re: 5D vs. 6x7. Very interesting. Mag not available in NZ. Am trying to locate a copy through a friend in Australia. What month is the issue please?
Your pictures are stunning and always an inspiration! Not to mention make me want to visit Oz :-) Keep it up!
thanks for your kind words on my galleries! I also occasionally drop in here and have learned to recognize your style: I especially appreciate how you manage colour. Your zoo series are stunning! (As well as many others..)All the best, and see you on DPReview
Paolo (aka PabloF)
real nice stuff but how in the world did you get my photo (imgp8009).
I live in a small village of Catlett,Virginia, USA About 160 of us.
Catlett is not to far From The Shenandoah National Park where me and my camera spend a lot of time
Am new to posting stuff ...hope to have some pictures up and running soon
By the way I was in your part of the world in 1950 teaching some of your fly boys to low level tach work in a P-51 Mustang....Had total ball
What a great site
hi there, your website looks amazing, i really like it! i have a website on the world cup online at www.worldcupyears.com
I like how you make your artistic statement using the local surroundings including your family and significant events. I am moving from a Nikon P/S to a Pentax DS within days.
If you are inclined I would very much appreciate a venture to Maroubra or Coogee beaches for a round of photos. Smaller beaches than Bondi, but great cliff walks that might provide some fascinating angles/ views.
As I can't back there as often as I'd like the request is somewhat selfish. I live 60km from Boston.