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Sidonie 22-Sep-2012 07:38
Hello my name is Sidonie too. I like your cacti photos. If you want you can see my photos of cacti, please look at www.sidonie.info
Ulis hardiman 30-Jan-2012 03:07
Hi Ju glad to someone else made to N'im Pot. LIKE your work. Ulis
Eva Lindahl 18-Apr-2011 19:27

I love your photos from Snow Farm.
Regards, Your friend Eva from Stockholm. Take care Judy.
catherine schubert 23-Feb-2011 13:33
AMAZING!
John DeSanto08-Jan-2011 15:54
Judy

Great stuff as always. Good to see you are still producing outstanding photos!

John DeSanto
http://www.studioblu.biz
Joanna Kern 08-Nov-2010 00:17
Dear Judy:
What a pleasure it was meeting you a few weeks ago and becoming your new "BFF." Your images are absolutely stunning....what a joy to view them.
Hope we get to see each other again very soon.
Hugs,
Joanna
Barbara Talan 11-Dec-2009 02:42
Hi Judy, We met at Snow Farm in October. I tried to look at your blog, but it was open only to registered users. I wondered if you would tell me how to view your blog? Your photos are MAGNIFICENT!!! When we talked you had recommended Morocco and Mexico....I can certainly understand why. What beautiful colors! And the faces!
I can be reached at btalan@yahoo.com Thanks! Hope to hear from you. Barbara
Maggie 10-Jul-2009 20:47
Judy,
Your blog is my very favorite. I have been spending lots of time looking at your archives. Love your words, photos and the way your mind works! Thank you for all your time, effort and talents in bringing it to the virtual world.
xo
Maggie
Connie 16-Jan-2009 07:10
Judy: I happen to run across your amazing and beautiful pictures from Oaxaca when doing a google search for Frida Kahlo images. I found this ironic because I was in Oaxaca at the same time you were. Many of your pictures were of similar places that I too traveled. Thanks for reminding me of such a wonderful time.
PENNYS HERB CO. 04-Dec-2008 05:38
JUDY
Hi!!!!!
We love your photos.
Very moved!!

THANKS!!!!
rainer. susan. kim
Deb Belluomini 01-Dec-2008 16:13
Judy: Every once in a while I check in to see where you've been and view your photos. They are always so incredible! Hope you are doing well. Looks like you were up at Taos again this past summer. I hope to be there next July - with a manuscript for review!
Robbie13-Nov-2008 22:07
I love your photos. Thank you so much for sharing.
Robbie
Guest 24-Aug-2008 18:23
Just a question, I have a painting that was hanging in my aunts restaurant in Westport CT. back in the 70ds,Called Artist Pub on the Post Road, its three horses running thru a field , its signed Judy Tillinger. My wife loved this painting when she was a young girl working in the restaurant. And later on in years my aunt gave it to her is this any relation to you just curious. thanks stephen porch
sand_shadow04-Mar-2008 19:08
your photos are playful, fun to look at!
CLH 22-Nov-2007 22:46
I visit Marathi often. You have captured the spirit of this special place.Wonderful photos, good, representative selection. Thanks for taking me there for a few minutes.
CLH
Guest 14-Jun-2007 07:11
Thank you for sharing your work. Had a great time looking at them.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:18
I love your work. Thanks for sharing.
Iris Rosen 30-Nov-2006 18:29
Hi Judy,

It's Iris. It was good to see you. I really like alot of your photos, especially the ones from Guatemala. Let me know how I can purchase some of them. Can they can done in different sizes?
Elaine C. Tillinger 06-Aug-2006 21:38
Hi Judy
I'm Jake Tillinger's daughter, Elaine. Absolutely love your photos. Write to me ASAP. I tried your e-mail, but it was "return to sender"

Elaine C. Tillinger
Jakub Tillinger 17-Jul-2006 12:43
Hello Judy, I am very pleased I found your work in the Internet. Photography is not of my business but anyway I like your work very much. First of all let me please introduce myself a little bit. I am a sales manager in a dutch logistics and transport company called Ewals Cargo Care, born in Slovakia on the 5th of october 1982. I have two younger sisters and my father is Jaroslava and mother Helena. Judy could you please write me something about you and your family in order to find out a possible connection between our names? I would really appreciate it.
If you have a little interest you can also visit a web site of my father, who is a wood craftsman -http://restill.smooje.sk/
Wish you a nice day and a lot of motivation in your great work.

Best regards,
Jakub Tillinger
Sabina Salihbasic03-May-2006 18:04
Hi Judy, I am glad you have liked my NYC images. I agree, I find it also hard to photograph people in my own city and I am glad to see it through the lens of other people.
You have so many different, great images here! It will take me time to go through all of them :) Keep up doing the good job! Regards, Sabina
Frank 26-Apr-2006 20:54
Judy, you're not just a blonde dingbat after all! You're an excellent photographer too. I really enjoyed your recent work. I don't think you missed much. Have you gotten any of the Moroccomania I've sent out? Frank
Judy Nedry 24-Feb-2006 03:47
Judy, Your photographs are amazing. My daughter's favorite flower is the Calla Lily. Some very fine work there. I am so glad we are back in touch. Judy
John DeSanto31-Oct-2005 04:54
Hi Judy:
Wonderful stuff! You are my all-time favorite photographer. (Well, with the possible exception of me!)
Keep in touch!
Vixi 15-Oct-2005 16:44
Wat een prachtige vernieuwde website. Heldere opzet en ook een goede kleurstelling. Mooi.
Mijn complimenten!

Met vriendelijke groeten
Guest 31-Aug-2005 01:21
great work. I found you at FILE Mag
gvido 25-Jul-2005 18:19
hi, ihave 2 christo's- MOMA wrapped, 1968 lith. 87/100. the other i believe is a poster -two lower manhatan wrapped buildings with a map in the lower 1/3. signed P.A.5/10 would you be interested in purchase or possibly direct me to someone who might? thank you sincerely,gvido
Guest 06-Apr-2005 12:39
Thanks for the quick reply Judy and the info re Diana cameras, they sound like fun and it also explains the vagueness and the vignetting of the images. I suppose the modern equivalent would be mobile phone cameras. From the 60’s it’s obviously a film camera, so how do you digitise? Do you scan negatives, slides or prints and could I ask about your methodology. I’d like to start digitising my film collection.
I shall revisit to look at some more of your galleries as time allows.
Hamburger 29-Mar-2005 15:09
Dear Judy,

we are a german advertising agency and found your picture with the peaches, while we were looking for fruits in context of a project. Now I have the question if it is possible to use your picture for advertising print material for one of our clients? If yes, is it possible to get High Res files from you?

Please let me know if you are interested. Then I can give you further informations. Thank you in advance for our answer.

Andrea Hamburger
Sainer advertising agency
Munich, Germany
E-Mail: hamburger@sainer.de
Dan Chusid29-Mar-2005 03:47
Like your style here and more should take the time to look closely at your images. I can remember when you signed onto PBase and asked me a question. Good to see you're still making interesting photos and pushing boundaries here. Regards, - Dan
Ann DeCamp15-Feb-2005 02:42
Judy - Thanks for the comment on my Gates gallery . I really loved the effect of the wind on the fabric, billowing them against the clear blue sky yesterday. I enjoyed browsing your galleries as well - especially the Guatemala and Grid galleries - Ann
Gilles Navet30-Jan-2005 23:26
Happy to discover you Judy
So creative work here. I will come back with pleasure to see you PaD
Gilles
Perry Jasper Photo26-Dec-2004 04:34
I will keep a note of the places you visited. You must be employed! Those travelling workshops are expensive. Maybe someday. I do my own travelling, usuallly alone. Not always my first choice, but...I love Mexico for it's old world atmosphere, but it is changing rapidly...I'm sure what I'm looking for is in Guatemala....do you have a favorite place there? I don't do big cities for long, head to the small places usually.
Guest 12-Nov-2004 17:20
I really like your style. nice variety of images.
great work!
Très belle gallerie avec beaucoup de variété
En fantastisk samling, mycket vackert.
Wundervolle Bilder.

Harald
Rick Lewis17-Sep-2004 20:49
Your galleries are a real display of color. Very good work.
Rick
Guest 31-Aug-2004 06:07
I am fascinated with your "grids".... how did you compose them? Photoshop? Rubber cement? Inquiring minds would like to know.... if/when you chose. Thanks.
Bailey Zimmerman29-Aug-2004 05:02
Judy....
Hope you are surviving the chaos??!!
Love spending time in your galleries......you & I have taken shots in many of the same locations. Your Place des Voges is the same spot as my red table & chair.
Thanks for the great images!!

Keep me posted.....
BaileyZimmerman@aol.com
Jill24-Aug-2004 21:26
And we, delighted to see through your eyes captured with brilliant creativity. Thanks for sharing.
aproxy7 09-Aug-2004 17:55
Beautiful images, especially the towers of light and your pictures of natives peoples in guatemala. Found my way to this website through a link on goldentarot.com

Was hoping that you could helpm me find a good gallery posting community or website/organization as a place where I put my own artwork/photos on display.

Ted Levin14-Jul-2004 15:16
great photos of the towersof light. I', impressed by your composition
bruce berrien09-Jun-2004 02:06
Hi Judy

Thank you for your visit and for leaving your gracious comment. I enjoyed my visit to your galleries as well. You have many, many beautiful photos! I will be back to see more!

Bruce
Guest 06-Jun-2004 13:41
Hi Judy, thanks for passing my gallery. I have a more detailed photo site at www.photos.ph/gameface =) Awesome work, I love your collages and grid work. Will play around with those ideas soon. Keep shooting!

cheers, carlo
Guest 23-May-2004 19:08
"welcome. enjoy.
i'm delighted to be able
to share my work here."

So close to haiku!! Add one syllable to the first line and take one away from the second line and you've got it!!

Your grids gallery is awesome. Thanks for sharing.
~Chris
Greg S. Morse19-May-2004 20:03
Just stumbled upon your images. I love 'em!

Greg
Zane Paxton15-May-2004 06:35
Thank you for the pleasure of seeing your beautiful and engaging work. There is a depth and artistry that shows a lot of sensitivity and humanity.
Bill Lattanzi 10-May-2004 00:58
Hi judy sidonie tillinger -
quite struck with your Diana brooklyn botanical garden series, where my wife and I wandered with and without camera when we lived in brooklyn through the 80s. Do you make nice prints of these images? If I wanted to purchase 5.5 of the incomparable cherry blossom row, what would the price be? something like 8x10? or what you think?
Thanks!
Bill Lattanzi
JV 29-Apr-2004 10:07
JS.T je découvre vos photos, et je vous mets tout de suite sur mes photographes favoris.Beaucoup de talent.Merci.JV
David Dong23-Apr-2004 15:09
Thanks for your wonderful galleries, your travel shots are specially interesting, looking forward to see more of your work!!!
Bailey Zimmerman27-Mar-2004 14:39
Judy...new galleries are terrific!!!
Hope to catch up soon!!!
LBZ
Chuck Kuhn10-Mar-2004 18:04
Picture of your Oct and Nov 2003 trip to Mexico are my favorite. I was in Ixtapa at the same time...I will post more later..thanks for sharing
Guest 02-Mar-2004 17:15
Of all the pbase galleries, I enjoy viewing yours the most.
Claudio Gatti01-Mar-2004 06:58
Hi Judy,

I love your work! Your travel photography uses strong colors very well, and your focus on the details give a great sense of place. At the other end of the spectrum also you BW work is excellent. I'm glad I found my way to your galleries.

Claudio
Phil Douglis21-Feb-2004 00:27
You have great talent, Judy, for expressing yourself with a camera. There are many fine artists on pbase, and your work is right there among the best of them. Your images are inspiring, and your Guatamala pictures, in particular, communicate. I wish you all the best -- keep up the fine work. I have added your name to my favorite artists list, and look forward to watching you grow. If I can ever be of any help, please let me know.

Phil Douglis
Director
The Douglis Visual Workshops
Phoenix, Arizona