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I must say I'm really impressed with your images.
They show strong composition.
I see a dynamic interplay of soft, vivid colors and textures.
In your images there is no confusion about who or what the subject is.
I see clear direction toward minimalism and abstraction, especially with your architectural and images which display strong use of pattern and repetition.
Your seascapes are my favorite as you expertly capture and share the vision and feeling of being there.
Awesome body of work.
Fantastic Galleries, Ron
Just checking if your are the person I knew in Dachau Germany Army 1966 to 1967.
I am Jesse Garza.
Vicki DeLay Long
I think you might be THE Ron Shufflebarger that I knew in college. Are you from Effingham? Dot and I get together once in awhile. I am proud of you if this is the same guy that I used to know. An artist...who would have thought. let me hear from you... life is good on my end also... vicki
Ty & Di
Hello Ron, I discovered more pages today. The 2005 fest. Awesome pages. We are good friends of Eric Dysart, The young fiddle player and the Rockin Acoustic band. I'll Fwd these albums to him & his Grandparents.
Ty & Di
Ty & Diana Little
Hello ran across your album while search for Wvf pics. We atteneded the Ben Green Fest.
Hi! Ron: It was good to talk to you at Jim's (Jim Hughes) I will try to come by your shop next time I'm in Winfield.
I have just looked at your monochrome images in 'muted color' I liked them a lot. Are they from digital cameras? If so, what software do you use apart from photoshop?
Well Ron I guess this is a voice from the past. Just think of it as the great Greenbush Kelly duck and cattle company junior space rangers and Hackney volunteer firedepartment shootout. I was in town a couple of years ago but got accosted by others as I was trying to look you up give me a shout and we can catch up hope all is well with Lee and the kids
I couldn't view the pictures of the World Center all at once for the tears in my eyes. Thanks to you and your pictures, I have now been on an "almost pilgrimage".All your pictures blow me away. Love to Le and the Townsend's.
It was great to view your artistic pictures of the Pilgrimage it took me righ back to Hiafa. Veda
Ron, it blows me away that not more PBasers come and appreciate your work here, at least judging from the few comments... You have some very personal, exquisite jewels of images. Or perhaps we just think the same way...
Long time no talk!!! I come to your website frequently and am always blown away!!! You know I love your work and I NEED to get a few more pics from you, just having a hard time deciding which ones. Miss you guys and tell Le I said hi!!
A Kansas(I am a native) friend mailed your website to me. I am a frustrated amature but love to take pictures. Have travel all but 2 states, 5 providances of Canada and Old Mexico. Finally purchased a GOOD Nikon for my Christmas present. I am anxious to get out and about. Still travel to Kansas about once a year for my class alumni(Belle Plaine) so have lots of Kansas Pic. I am a flower grower dayliles in particular and I love to do them. Windmills are also a passion of mine. Your Pictures are out standing. Really enjoy each one of them. And what a blessing to share with others. Makes me want to grab my camera this morning and get out there and start snapping!!! God Bless! Carol
ron - the new earth/water series is wonderful. wish i had been there w/ you on your voyage of discovery. very nice compositions -- and exposures are spot on.
What a treat to look at your handiwork! My goodness... you have such a talent. The furniture is beautiful, and the workmanship incredible! I can't wait to show my husband... but he will just want another tool of some sort!
Your photos are very thought provoking. They truly catch the emotion!
Good for you!
Living that life you wanted!