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thanks for the rare- MS Cimbria -Photo--was a crewmember fom 62 to 64 mostly Australia--Persian Gulf with sheep.One trip with breeding cattle from Norfolk ,Va. to Genova ,Italy
All in all, went around the world with her, an interesting time. Any others?
bob i reconize woodrow at farm. richard mc dowell
James Henry Willis
Thanks for the nice things you said about my galleries, but this is not just a tit-for-tat comment. I am from Western North Carolina (Mitchell County) and enjoyment of your fine photographs was one the reasons I decided to post my little P&S galleries on PBase. Thanks again.
Hi Bob,Just a quick thankyou for your comments.God has blessed me.I'm not rich,but I have wealth in my family.I have three beautiful children and a loving wife ,who all bring me great happiness.In June this year we celebrate 25 years together,by the grace of God.
Hi Bob. Thanks for the comment. :)
Hi Bob,Thanks for the advice,but I've got a Fuji S5600(no dust problem) and an Olympus E500(no dust problem),sadly I appear to be useless at keeping lenses free of finger prints,and general muck.This aspect of my photography needs attention.
Hi Bob,Thanks for looking at my galleries,and for your constructive comments.
BTW I am a political speech writer but only when the truth doesn't matter. :)
Hi again, Bob. Thanks for the compliment and critique. I will have to make some adjustments to the "naturally occuring event" you mentioned. I see where the subject can use more emphasis with the visual interpretation of a...peculiar sound. :)
Hey..it's cousin Phil.. Sarah Kai aimed me at your galleries---congrats on yr redbirds...
Nice pics. Is that your mom's 66 Bonneville rusting out in the kudzu? I think I recognize it....nice trout streams
all best, p
Hi Bob. Thanks for visiting and commenting. Working with HDR isn't easy even with the automated HDR merging feature in CS2 (which I heard about a week ago). You're right about the shadows. I think they are the most difficult to judge. Too often I've seen images posted with dull grays for shadows. I've been experimenting with localized contrast control and may have found at least one of the keys to making decent HDR images. Still much to learn.
Tomás Granados Salinas
Dear Bob Patton,
My name is Tomás Granados Salinas and I am a Mexican publisher. We have acquired the translation rights (into Spanish) for "e: The Story of a Number," by Eli Maor, a book originally published by Princeton University Press.
In the book there is a picture of the Gateway Arch. I found at www.pbase.com your photo, which I would like to use in the Spanish version of the book instead of the original one. We cannot pay any fee but we'll be happy of giving full credit to you.
Tomás Granados Salinas