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BleuEvanescence25-Nov-2006 04:13
Bonjour (or bonsoir) Matt.
I visited only one of your magnificent galleries...
I could spend hours in that beautiful space of yours...
You have an incredible talent but you know that already ;-).
A bientôt! - Claudia
Matt Turner16-Jul-2006 02:40
I just want to say thanks for all the great comments people have been writing in regards to my photography. Happy Shooting!
Dave Beedon03-Jul-2006 02:02
Matt, your scenics are stunning---beautiful colors!!! If you like out-of-the-way places, this stuff might interest you: . I dropped in briefly but will return.
Macho 14-Jun-2006 20:01
Hi there! I just bumped into your site, and I kind of enjoyed it.
Melissa 05-Jun-2006 23:48
Beautiful pictures!
Joan Prasek 21-May-2006 14:45
Hi Matt
love your pictures. When you get the ones from our group (May 15-20) please let me know.
Guest 02-Dec-2005 05:01
Matt -- your photos make me a little homesick. Keep up the good work. What's your e-mail? I asked Jason to get it for me, but I haven't heard back. I've posted a few photos at; nothing spectacular, but I'd like for people back home to have some idea what we've been up to. You can e-mail me at

Patty Turner 02-Nov-2005 00:21
Matt, what a great site! Your photos are so beautiful, and capture the country that you love! I really like your introduction to the site as well. The pics of the Elder Hostel trip look like fun, too.
Donner Farber 25-Oct-2005 21:02
Unbelievable, Beautiful Photographs!
You made my midwestern cloudy dreary day a most colorful one!
I'm so glad I happened to come across you website.

dj farber
Guest 26-Sep-2005 03:58
Enjoyed your gallery images. A group of four of us amateur photographers from Texas are coming to Sedona area in November and I found your site when I was looking for possible photographic subjects around the Prescott area. Thank you for sharing.
Esther Stacy 29-Aug-2005 19:31
Hi Matt:
well, I'm back at work - in the air condtioning and sitting making calls and talking to people, but I got to sleep late - I miss the hot, hot weather and the company of all of those Joshua trees, it was a different vacation for me and I loved every moment - You and Mike were great - I really learned a great deal - the memories will keep w/me as the snow comes my way - have a good time with the next group. Sincerely, Esther Stacy
Tala 19-Mar-2005 22:08
Thx for pointing me this
Jody Karr-Silaski 16-Mar-2005 23:15
Hi Matt. I'm not your mother either, but I was moved by your work and it brought back good memories of Prescott. I went to school with you; Rick Taylor forwarded a message about your gallery. Congratulations on your successes. I live outside of Austin, TX-- drop a line if you're ever headed down this way.
mom 02-Feb-2005 02:22
I am your Mom and your work is absolutely beautiful. You have a great eye for composition and light. Hope this photography gets out into the world. xx
Emmy 04-Dec-2004 00:35
Matt - I can only image what you could do on film with the winter colors here in Alaska!! I'm sitting here looking out on the Chugach mountains as the sun begins to set (it's 3:30pm on Dec. 3) and the snow-covered mountains are glowing in pink and blue hues with golden highlights. The trees are heavy with new snow, looking like something from a Dr. Suess book. With an eye for composition like yours, the photos would be jaw-dropping!
Karen Lynn 26-Oct-2004 00:01
More than beautiful, you photos touch the spirit. What a wonderful vision you have.
J.D. 13-Apr-2004 16:50
As always, I'm amazed and awed with your work. Please keep walking this path - it brings gifts to us all.
Gus Rosenfeld23-Mar-2004 08:56
Matt I am NOT your mother!! ;-) You have a good eye and, it seems, sense of adventure to get you to the rare places of coinciding phenomenon and time for response. Plain speak: Your camera and feet are in the right place at the right time. After all; luck is the residue of design. Good work. More!!! Thanks - Gus
Matt Turner10-Nov-2003 03:34
Finally getting something posted. Been using a Casio QV4000 for 3 years until recently. It was a great little camera, although the noise levels were unbearable. I bought the Canon Digital Rebel in Sept. 2003 and have been quite happy with the results. Using the kit lens and a Tamrom 28 to 200mm zoom lens for the difficult long distance shots. Please feel free to add any comments on any of my photo's.
Happy Shooting
Matt Turner