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CoisuH19 05-Apr-2014 20:55
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anjana ray 10-May-2012 16:01
I saw your pic today..all pic are awesome.
Thank you for sharing with us
Best regards
Alex 23-Jan-2011 19:22
Wonderful pictures, especially the birds! Thank you very much for sharing.

Could I please ask you what lenses and equipment you are using? Despite 500mm, your picture quality and exposure times are excellent, I’m quite eager to find out the lens and/or extender that you are using! I have a Canon 550d with EF- S 18-55mm and 55-250mm (IS) lenses; but would be interested in more zoom up to 500mm as you have; but not sure the best way to go about it.
Best regards,
Diana Shook 13-Sep-2009 06:23
Your pictures are incredible!
Steve T. Sobel 15-Feb-2008 20:39
I and my two friends (sorry, my wife didn't come)enjoyed your presentation at the Saline Community Education's Photography Club led by James Roth, on Wednesday, Feb. 13th, 2008. Not only was the brief Antarctica shots beautiful, we thoroughly enjoyed your main show "Photo Safari in Kenya". A program consisting of animals and birds. Simply fine "live" narration, cute and witty picture descriptions not to mention your willingness to answer questions even during your presentation. These are "not to miss" programs, wherever that might be. Those that failed to show up...they missed out!
barrientos06-Feb-2008 16:21
Your photos are wonderful. You capture great moods and actions of birds I have never even heard of. I do have one suggestion, when there is enough light, use a smaller apeture, at least 9.0, it would greatly improve the quality of many of your photos.
Keep posting more!
Guest 20-Jun-2007 18:48
Awesome photo gallery.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 13:47
You're truly in a class of your own.
Guest 28-Jul-2006 03:28
I´m from Colombia and and only say:
your site is beautifull 23-May-2006 12:06
Enjoyed ur work. Susi
Michael Kielb 10-Mar-2006 23:53
Rich- What a spectacular series of photos!
-Mike Kielb
tnd 12-Feb-2006 21:18
resident photographer strikes a dissonant, resonant cord!

very hard to choose.........what's best!
Patrick DEBETENCOURT16-Jan-2006 15:25
You have a great collection of pictures from you safari in Kenya ! which lenses did you use ? I'll go there at the end of march 2006. Do you have some tips, recomandations ? I thank you very much in advance. Patrick
David Pavlik 24-Aug-2005 15:39
Hey Rich,

Id like to know what kind of camera equipment you have. I'm always amazed at the pictures you get, the clarity and the closeness. I have a coolpix 4300, but hopefully will upgrade soon.

You can email me at
David Pavlik
David Blomstrom 10-Jun-2005 05:53
I couldn't find an e-mail address, so I'll post my request here. I'd like to request permission to use your photo of a clay-colored robin (Costa Rica's national bird) at on my symbols site at I'll include the proper credit and a link to your website.

You can contact me via

Thank you.

David Blomstrom
Arleen 20-Jan-2005 04:02
Hi, Rich,

I'm drafting my next monthly report and would like to get permission to use your beautiful picture of your Clay-colored Robin.

I am adding a new "Trip Reports" section to my personal web page and would like to include your picture since I will be relating my experience with the bird from a past trip. So that's why I'd be thrilled to include your picture in my trip report. Of course, I'd credit your name and add a link to your site so that my readers may view it. I will also provide another link with detailed info under my Links section.

Here's my last report so you may see how I credit photographers and if you would feel comfortable having your work on my pages:

Hope to hear from you soon.

Arleen O'Brien