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cafe18-May-2015 09:44
beautiful images, loved the color of the pictures.
perte cheveux17-May-2015 12:00
nice pictures
Midori 09-Jul-2009 01:07
Sascha - w0w, you truly amaze me. Well, I'll be out in LA soon. Hope you have time to give me a 'do'! Yeah, I STILL fly from Texas to have YOU cut my hair!
Dawn Reece 21-Dec-2008 14:40
Hey Sascha,
It's Dawn, over in Japan. Random question...what brand were your clippers (the ones you said you ordered on e-bay)?? I have my own home salon now, and I'm doing really I can actually afford nice things now. :) Heard you left Carlton, and saw on your site that you moved are things there? Hope to hear from you soon.
Doug 11-Nov-2008 05:29

Great looking humidor! Are you willing to send plans for the build?

Guest 08-Mar-2007 12:40
I have great respect for your work.
Ann DeCamp12-Dec-2006 00:18
Hi Sascha - I came upon your woodtuning gallery through a post on dpreview. Fantastic work! And your photos are very impressive as well - Ann
Guest 19-Oct-2006 22:40
Hi Sascha-

Love all of your beautiful photos...You are blessed with so many talents...
See you next month...and by the way...I love my haircut! :o) Best one yet!

Bob Reeve 01-Oct-2006 20:56

Hi, it is Bob (pacmktg) from WWA. I missed your chat. I love my 30D and keep adding new lens. Next is some studio lights to photograph my wood pieces. I love your stuff.
Sascha Gast04-Sep-2006 06:05
Thank you very much, in a small room like mine, you gotta make due
Chuck Inglefield15-Aug-2006 19:34
THanks for the comment recently. I can't imagine that you are new to photography with the amazing images in your galleries here. I highly recommend the PAD as a way to explore the images you just never get around to making. Having to come up with an image everyday sort of forces one to become creative.

John's Photo Site11-Aug-2006 04:24
Sascha! Maui Wowieeee!!! Hope you had a ball say hi to Jill.
John E.
Elisa Kornfeld 10-Aug-2006 05:08
I am completely amazed Sascha! Can not wait to discuss when I am in there in 4 weeks. I am blown away.
Mark Marzluf 19-Jul-2006 11:23
HEY !! NICE pics !!

Some day I'll be there..... Need a bunch more equipment though.. LOL.
Guest 11-Jul-2006 14:54
Hello there,

My husband is a photographer and collects Nikon cameras. He was on some website where you all post and showed me your tagline about your girlfriend being hotter than guys with better gear...I loved it! And your photos are lovely as well.
Pauline19-Jun-2006 14:27
You do very well for being new.
Keep it up learn as you go along.
I'm new to this forever.
I don't know a thing!
I like the dog gallery most, placed it in my 'Westie_etc' topic galleries.
Keep photographing!!
Anthony 08-Jun-2006 17:45
Beautiful gallery and projects.It was a pleasure viewing such work.Please keep the pics coming.Thank you,
John Lucas 20-May-2006 08:53
What a treat to view your gallery. All the subjects are great. You have some beautiful equipment. No doubt about it, BUT without your eye, the pictures would just be hodgepodge. You do have the eye. It probably helps in your work, but it really shines in your woodworking and photography. Can you imagine what your shop would be if you had twice as much space. Only you can pack that much stuff into a two car garage. I like little things like your roll up door going through the wood storage rack. To think, you roll in both car and truck every night (LOL).
Guest 11-May-2006 13:21
You are blessed with a VERY good eye for art and what is beautiful. I stumbbled across your site while reading the wood turner's area of woodnet. I love to turn but can't seem to create what I would call "art". Is your "eye" a gift or did you some how train it. If you are trained, please make some recomendations as to how. Thanks or "peppers" on woodnet.