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Pawel Kazmierczyk03-Feb-2009 19:30
Hello Skip, what a fantastic collection of galleries.... You have a great eye for photography, and a unique sense of style. I have truly enjoyed going through your photos - the range and variety of topics, the originality of viewpoint, and the quality. Well done, keep it up ! Greetings from Poland. Pawel
Kazellrz 15-Oct-2008 15:25
Hi webmaster!
Claire Traynham 16-Sep-2008 14:43
Hi Skip, Great work, thanks for sharing. I'm glad you decided not to keep your talent a secret. Claire
kimene S05-Mar-2008 09:48
Thankyou skip! Ever inspired!
Guest 25-Jun-2007 06:31
nice gallerys
Olli Wendelin 31-May-2006 16:12
Hi Skip,

Nice seeing you at the workshop. I'm trying to talk myself into a 7800. Enjoyed your shots of low country scenes.

Christina Conroy23-Apr-2006 07:18
Thanks for the comments on my new self-portraits Skip. I appreciate them. I do like to play, mostly because I'm not very photogenic so if I can screw around with the photos I can usually end up with something passable. We'll see how long it goes on, maybe for a while. The subject is always there. Thanks again!

Dennis Warren19-Feb-2006 01:21
Re: Self-portraits...the girls in the portrait gallery are certainly more pleasing to the eye...and perhaps the bull dog too, but never the less an excellant group of shots. I would try one of these exercises byself, but I look to much like you, especially the hairline and beard. Thanks for sharing.
Jeffrey Lewis Knapp18-Nov-2005 05:16
Hi Skip, I had not heard of Henning ( ) until I met my girlfriend Linda Sue. Great place and great people. Jeff K Mesa Arizona.
audra baecker01-Aug-2005 21:43
Hi Skip, I was back again hoping to see more SP's, but I enjoyed the new portraits and the series of infared/inverted....(not sure if you post processed or used a filter/lens adapter) shots you took. Very cool....."Too Close" my favorite, Moody shot!
Regards Audra