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Guest 15-Jun-2007 07:46
Thank you for sharing your work. Had a great time looking at them.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 13:59
Can I just say that you're awesome?
Guest 08-Mar-2007 08:19
You're 11 on my scale of 10.
Ian Dalgliesh16-Jul-2006 17:26
Thanks for your comments.Your landscapes are fabulous.I too started with a Nikon,an F60,progressing now to digital.Sadly,you were right about the flare,I'd left the UV filter in place.
angelique raptakis12-Jul-2006 20:31
thanks for the comments on my pictures and good spot on the baby :)

the 30D is a great camera... pair it with good canon glass (i.e. 10-22mm, 24-105mm, 400mm) and you have an excellent combination. wait for the announcement and then make the switch... it's well worth it!! :)
Brinn MacDougall11-Jul-2006 15:04
Thank you for your great comment on Bolder and Bench!
Virginia 02-Jul-2006 06:30
Looking for information and found it at this great site...
Guest 23-Jun-2006 15:20
I see something very different for your particular set of pictures but I can't quite put my finger on it. 17-Jun-2006 16:36
Unbelievable! Liam O' Keefe 04-Jun-2006 08:50
Incredible.. Ken
Guest 02-Jun-2006 14:25
Near masterful work. It really caught my eye.
Dobrinya 10-Apr-2006 07:01
Why I can not insert the image into my message?
Leonid 07-Apr-2006 03:58
Good site. Me very much has liked.
wert 10-Feb-2006 14:42
Nice, well done!
Guest 31-Jan-2006 02:07
Thanks for visiting and commenting on my picture. I enjoyed looking through your pictures. You have some amazing photos in your galleries!
SageCreek Images10-Jan-2006 00:33
That is steam coming from a hot mineral spring...
Guest 20-Dec-2005 03:15
Thank you for visiting and comment.
Good galleries on your side.
Will 16-Dec-2005 08:20
I am truly impressed with your artwork. I go to Chico State University and i am part of the professional business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi. I would really like to feature parts of your artwork in flash video and possibly galleries to show how beautiful Chico is. Of course I would not be taking credit for your work, and would be glad to site the pictures to you. Please e-mail me back A.S.A.P. (i couldnt find your contact info otherwise I would have contacted you directly). Thank You very much.
Niquin09-Dec-2005 14:00
Thank you for your kind comment on my picture! I really enjoyed going through your gallery...I will be back soon to go through it more!!
SageCreek Images28-Oct-2005 14:09
Thanks for your nice coment on my Fall Scenic...
kent larnhill02-Sep-2005 06:35
Fantastic galleries you have here. Enjoyed very much browsing thru your galleries!
All your photographs are truly inspiring, great composition, color and lighting. I'm very impressed.

/Kent Larnhill
Manfred Bachmann20-Jun-2005 22:37
First of all, thank you so much for all your wonderful comments! Now, i must say i am really impressed about your´s a pleasure to look in your amazing galleries!!
You have a fantastic eye and lot of talent, keep up your great work!
Naturephoto Monique09-Jun-2005 18:46
Amazing galleries, thank you so much for sharing your work!
camms02-Jun-2005 21:23
LOL, so glad you "got" today's pad! Thanks! :)
amy cappelli27-May-2005 22:57
Thank you so much for the kind feedback you have left on my images.
I have visited your galleries often; so sorry it has taken me so long to actually leave a comment. Your work is beautiful. I love the serenity and sometimes moodiness of your scenic images. Really fantastic work :-)
jypsee26-May-2005 00:58
Hey.. thanks for the comment on the wasp on wintercress; I did my best to get the face, but it just wouldn't cooperate. I like your work very much.
Jypsee in Michigan for the summer
gparedes 25-May-2005 20:48
About this picture it's really the noise at 1600iso with canon eos 20d are very reduced, but sometimes i used the noise ninja software and this one are very effective (i don't remember if i use it for this picture) but i recommended you to use this software, this effet are excellent and it's very simple to use

Michael Mixon23-May-2005 20:53

Thank you so much for your kind comments about my photos. It's great to be able to create images that people can respond to. Your comments help keep me out there taking pictures. :-)

Krzysztof Kuzbik23-May-2005 16:51
Thank you, for your kind comments regarding my photos. I was happy for the opportunity to come and visit your beautiful galleries. I enjoyed them very much! My favorite picture is "Morning Sun Rise". Excellent shot!

To answer your question -- all pictures in my galleries (excluding "My travels" gallery) were taken using Canon EOS 300D digital camera.

Kind regards,
Michele Rodgers24-Apr-2005 20:40
Thanks for visiting Norman the Squirrel's gallery. He just thinks he is a house pet! He has run in a few times for a look around. He glares at me through the window if I don't get his peanuts out in time. He is a real hoot!
Gul Chotrani23-Apr-2005 04:02
Hello ...
Thanks for visiting my gallery - I had many problems with color issues on editing until I recalibrated my monitor, so I've been catching up with lots pictures taken in the past year or so - still have about 500 pics more to process and upload.

I've also been neglecting the comments/messages received for a while now, and thought I should visit others too. You have a very impressive set up here.

Kind regards, Gul
David Chin06-Apr-2005 05:39
Thanks for the nice words you left in my gallery - much appreciated!
Guest 01-Mar-2005 18:58
I, too, am a Christian, a conservative one, much like you.
My thoughts were not to single out Christianity, but to put them all together as a whole. There is no baptism in the budhist religion, thus no grace. I find that budhism is more of a philosphy than a religion, but that's what I get from my studies of it. Also I do not care to discuss what I think of the muslim religion here, but rather I would get to the point.
Each of the religions of the world, whether linear or cosmological, have one common factor. That is good and evil. Yin and Yang. Karma. Whatever it is, that is what the common denominator. I wasn't specifically aiming my message at Christians, but if I had, I would have changed a lot of it around.
I just wanted to clarify what I was saying in my post. My writing style is very interesting I have noticed so pay no attention to a 25 year old philosopher/photographer in training :)
Thank you for stopping and looking at my photo. Your photos are quite nice. I especially like the King you caught, I do a lot of fishing in alaska on the kenai and the russian. How big was your king, 40lbs?
Chuck Inglefield28-Feb-2005 16:58
Per your question...I loved Malaysia. The people were wonderful and the place is fascinating. It appears to be a good example of a country that has a wise sense of direction and balance. Have you been there?