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MaryLynn Carlock Barnes
Tricia: My question pertains to one of you photographs posted about a year ago......a Poinsettia Fern which you spotted at a garden center. I have one of these ferns but cannot find any information about how to care for them. I'm wondering if you remember the name of the garden center. I would love to contact them in an effort to get more information. I want mine to be as beautiful as your picture.
Hello Tricia, I am a retired Engineer and now doing Wedding and family Photgraphy. Your work is awsome. Sheron Schilling who is a long time freind forworded the link to your work.
So far I have not had a lot of work, mostly been word of mouth and our church member. I need to find a place to advertise. Please visit my website, love to hear your comments. www.alexmphotos.com
Fantastic photos of everything that you take photos of.
Truly enjoyable galleries. Will visit again.
call me. Louise Y.
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
How much would you charge me to use a photo you have taken?
Hello Tricia: I sure enjoyed your photos, we have family in Williamsburg and have spent a 4th of July on Torch Lake and another summer vacation camping on the Lake one of the best kept secrets I think! We live in Rock Michigan in Upper Michigan near Gladstone and hope to one day have family from Oregon and Seattle come to visit that is where we moved from in 2000 We got a 40 acre farm here and are living our dream raising horses etc. I am amazed how many people who live up here in the UP don't even know about Torch Lake so weird? I think Torch Lake was voted the number one fresh lake in the US I think it is funny how many people are missing out on a beautiful place to vacation and so close too the UP! We hope to rent a cabin one day and have family come from the NW to see this lake I sent them your link they are water people who love boating and fishing and relaxing by the water so hopefully they will come and we will visit one day soon?
Patti Britton Rock Michigan in the UP
I lived in Indian Village in the late 60's. I rented the servants quarters on the third floor of a beautiful home. I moved to a beach house in California, which is wonderful, but to this day I tell my stories of my great times in Indian Village to anyone that will listen. Thank you for the memories. Your pictures are beautiful. Now I can show my friends. A picture is worth a thousand words!! Karyn Arnold, Manhattan Beach, CA
Tricia, your photos are amazing. I am always looking for opportunities for good photos.
I am inspired by your work.
Sincerely, Jamie Colliflower, Waterford, Mi
Peanut the Dog
Very nice photo work Tricia.
This is Peanut the Dog thanking you for my picture on your photo gallery. I don't recall how I located my picture by you on the web but what fun it was to discover.
Thanks for the posting and all the best!
Peanut and Ken
Wow!....you are very creative and i just loved looking through your pictures....i would chose you in an instant for my wedding photos...that is someone who loves her work..I really loved them.
Enjoy your photos. Please change your new background color. The new shading makes it impossible to read the legends under the pictures.
Thanks for the comment on my picture . You have some very nice images
Trisha, I just spent a few relaxing moments looking at some of you photos and just had to tell you how much I enjoyed them! I'll have to return for more!!
your mosaic friend, Joy
B E A U T I F U L !!! You truly have the gift of capturing your "world" & more.
Will miss you on the Sierra Club hike this Sunday!
Maybe its "Fish" the lead singer from Marillion ???!!!! Lesley
Larry & Linda Dunlap
Hello, Tricia, Thanks for stopping by our "Spheres" gallery and for your encouraging remarks. I've just enjoyed a stroll through your galleries and very much enjoyed your work, especially your flower photos. I also enjoyed seeing photos from areas where I've lived at one time: southeast Michigan and northern Ohio. Since you're English, you might enjoy taking a look at our "Classical England" gallery from a 2004 trip. Thanks again, and I'll be back for further visits.
Your photos just get better and better and I love the owl photo.
I am sure you are looking forward to taking photos on your holiday.
Nice collection of photos, you have a lot of variety here!
Christ & Maria Thompson
Hello Tricia. My name is Christ Thompson....Jim Thompson's brother. He sent me your web page to see your photos. They are fantastic! Jim mentioned you have a nice picture of the eclipse, but I can't find it. What do I click on to get the eclipse? Hope this goes through. Anxious for your relpy.
I love the photo of the three of you with the singers from Celadon and think
you should have it framed for your mantlepiece or your desk, Love the one of
Teddy on his birthday too.
thanks for the comment, Tricia!
Tricia, you've got yourself a very nice gallery, keep it up.
Very nice gallery. I love your format and photo's.
Trcia.. thanx for your comments on my panoramic image. all the best to you.
Wow, that is great. I'm at a loss of words.
Thank you so very much for your recent messages about images from my galleries and your constant support.I apologise for not responding to every recent message or your images but I hope to do better in the future!My very best wishes and thanks, David. :0)
Susanne v. Schroeder
Thanks for commenting on my Wildflowers. I also have my puppy with me and sometimes it's challenging to take pictures with her around, but mostly she is sniffing here and there while I take photos.
Thanks Tricia for your nice comment on my flower image...
It seems i have seen life through your eyes! Nice collection of images.
The Waikiki Memorial was perhaps the best solution to what could have become a "sticky wicket". Some Hawaiian groups are adamantly against disturbing their burial grounds. Like anywhere else that has undergone tremendous modernization the Waikiki area has been transported from a thriving Hawaiian agricultural area, then a playground of the Hawaiian Royalty and now a playground of visitors from around the world. Little wonder that there have been turbulent periods in its history.
Great photos Tricia I remmember the snow but dont missit
The colorful Manju in my picture are Japanese sweets. They are sweet sticky cakes/pastries that are filled with assorted confections (sweetened beans, peanut butter, candied fruit etc.) THe patsry is usually made from rice flour. Some are colored as you can see from the pictures, others shaped in various common Japanese designs (Chrysanthemum leaves, fish, etc). They are usually given as gifts when visiting friends or relatives and are also exchanged during certain holidays.
Thnak you very much for visiting my Hawaii galleries and in particular the Hibiscus gallery. There are literally thousands of varieties. There are a number of local individuals who specialize in creating new hybrids on a regular basis.
Took a quick tour of your galleries and enjoyed them thoroughly. I can see why you posted them to an Internet Gallery rather than "subject" your family and friends to them at an evening slideshow.
Like you this has become a "passion" that relieves stress and has allowed me to see the world thru other's eyes.
Thank you for all your nice comments; it's very much appreciated.
You have some great galleries, the family photos are lovely; I'm pleased to see you spoil your Pets too! Our 2 cats live like Queen's!
The Boll'''' Brolly is wonderful, did it come from the UK?
Happy New year to you all, keep snapping!
Chris from wet and windy Maidenhead!
You've got some wonderful images-nice comps and color.
Tricia, thanks for taking the time to comment on my picture. You have some great stuff here. The Torch Lake Tourism Board should pay you because I am going to look into taking the family there this summer. Nice work all around.
Tricia, appreciate your comments in my galleries so much. Even better, I have now discovered your galleries! ...and all so very good. Looking forward to looking through them all. Have also added you to my favorite list...keep up the good work.
Thanks for your comment. The picture was taken at 4.30 in the afternoon. Today the sun went down at 3.35 pm and it is still getting darker.
THanks for the nice comment!
Thanks for the nice comment. Susan was a young Mother and the wife of my nephew.
David R. Yee
Hi Tricia. Thanks for your nice comments. Love the fireworks!
Thanks Tricia for your nice comment on my Thistle...
Thanks for the comment on my redo.
I think you're a bit nice...!
I am enjoying browsing your photos...Marianne
Thanks for your comment on my gallery.
Thank you for your nice comments for my pictures.
Following you being my First Ever Visitor to my Gallery ! I have visited your's and, as always on pbase, have shots to aim for myself as I climb the steep learning curve towards the standard of other pbaser's photos. I especially like your Blue Curve & Liquified Sunflower ! Best wishes - Jane
I got a chance to view some of your photos this morning and they're pretty nice. Thanks for looking at some of mine. I know I have a lot of work to do but....still trying.
What a lovely selection of different occasions. Its so nice to be part of what is going on in your life. Enjoyed seeing Coach Carter and also the Fireworks and of course the birthday cake (was it chocolate inside?)
Thanks for your comments on my picture and I will post a tutorial on how I do the framing I put on some of my images.
THanks again and keep up the good work.
Thank you for the comments in my Fireworks Tutorial. I just wanted to let you know, that I updated the post-processing section with an alternate method I've been using to reduce the smoke, and at the same time, darken the sky and make the fireworks really pop.
Phase Photography - Antonius Thambrin
Thanks for your comment on my gallery.. ^_^
Thanks for the kind comments on my bluebird picture. I have looked though some of your galleries and you have an excellent "eye"!! Looks like we are also shooting with the same "weapon" of choice lately....the 20D. I guess you could say we are "kind of" neighbors.....you in MI and I am in northeast WI! :)
I have you marked in my favorites and will be browsing your beautiful photos on my "lunch breaks" as I don't get to leave my desk....looking forward to looking over your galleries!!
Thanks for taking the photo named " The Family Photo " I am julie's farther living in good old England and it was an excellant photo of them. We will be very interested to see more photos taken of them by yourself in one of your galleries.
Thanks for stopping by. I haven't tried photoshop stitching. I was really trying the Canon S70 panorama functions just for grins. I hae a couple ideas in mind, but they are not at the top of the list right now. Enjoyed your galleries.
Photos by Paul
Hi Tricia . .
Well, I've taken the opportunity to look thru your galleries and I've concluded that you're quite the photographer. It seems as though that your interests are quite varied (like mine) and you do well in all of them. BTW, thanks for the compliment you kindly left on my site as well.
Great photographs you are so clever. My garden is at its best at the moment I need you to take some pictures. Jonny has taken some lovely ones much more artistic than the ones I take I just take them straight he takes them through a plant!
Love Liz xx
You are awesome, and i am awestruck!!!
I was hoping to see the eye of the mocking bird so i guess the art show isnt in your album
I thank you for sharing your gift.
Hi Tricia, I am so impressed with your ability to see an image and capture it on film. Thankyou for including me.
As always, I loved your pictures! You have a wonderful gift, because they are always breath taking. Any every day situation you transform in a work of art.