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Jeffrey Lewis Knapp
hi Kimberley. I vote. Great pictures. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Happy Holidays. God bless you.
Kimberley Hannaman Taylor
Finally hit 500k hits today. Thanks to all you hitters! It's been great reading your comments.
I enjoyed visiting your website, fabulous.
I was checking out the "art of action site" and couldn't find anything of yours, perhaps it isn't up yet.
really great galleries..
i like what i can see there..
You have a wonderful eye, Ms Taylor.
Kimberly - I agree, your photos are quite stunning! Thanks for commenting on my diarydoor blog! I love the mask! Kelly
Extremely enjoyable visit made even more pleasurable by your Sir Winston Churchill quote which reminded me of another of his that goes something like "it's a fact of nature that a dead bird doesn't fall from the nest". It was far more profound than just the circumstance in which he used it. Such is your work!
Hi Kimberly..I just moved to VT and have enjoyed your images and comments..
Kimberly, These are incredible pictures. You have a great talent.
Hi Kimberly, thank you for visiting my galleries. I found many nice pictures in your galleries.Thank you for sharing them.
Thanks for your comment, Kimberly. I enjoyed your galleries. Some great work in there. Michael
Thanks again Kimberley for your kind comments on my metro shots, I´m happy that you like so many shots, best wishes and kind regards, Rosemarie :-)
Kimberley Hannaman Taylor
It's true. I do have a fascination for mannequins and puppets and all manner of sculpture representing life.
I am particularly drawn to decrepit and decaying mannequins. Their scars and dishevelled appearance convey a sense of having been used up. It's a metaphor for aging and growing closer to death. When one takes the time to look closely, they continue to reveal a bit of their youthful sparkle, yet they appear sad (to me); they're stuck in their perpetual states of composed indifference or happiness or whatever emotion they were created to sell. They're stuck forever trying to convince the passerby that they are still posh and viable despite their open wounds and messy get-ups, just like living persons.
Hi Kimberley, thanks a lot for your kind words about my architecture shot, I´m glad you like it, best wishes, Rosemarie :-)
Thank you very much for stoping by my galleries and for you kind words! You have some really stunning images here!
Fantastic gallery, thanks for sharing and keep up the excellent work.
Thank you Kimberly-- for your kind words in my guestbook. What you said really brought me to tears. I never really believed in my photography much until I came to PBase and had wonderful people like you encourage me to keep shooting. I thank you with all my heart.
You are a talented photographer and I wish you the best in all your creative endeavors. Your images are a pleasure to view. I have added you to my favorites.
Hi Kimberley, I'm glad you like my photos. Yours are great as well and I am looking forward seeing more of them.
Have a great evening,
happy to discover you, Great talent in your galleries, your are now in my favorits
Hey Kimberley, I'm glad you like my photos! The cathedral square was not that empty as it seems:) I just got lucky for one second to make that shot!
Hi Kimberley, thanks a lot for the kind comments. I've really enjoyed looking at your galleries. You have have a keen eye for detail and it shows.
Many thanks for all your kind comments, very much appreciated, Scotland it such a wonderful place for photography, i go as often as i can, it used to be easier as my daughter lived there, but she has now moved closer, but we are hoping to spend sometime on the west coast in September this year, so you may some more photos later this year.
have added you to my favourites, so i will be returning soon to look at some of your photos
what a "bunch" of comments - this really makes my weekend - thanks for this overwhelming kindness!!! I love your "church street" gallery, very unique with a personal view! I appreciate you enjoy old heidelberg and take a stroll on the "Philosopenweg" :o)
Again thank you from my heart and kind regards from old germany!
Thank-you for the lovely comment you left me on my koi carp & lotus flower photo. Sorry I wasnt able to reply earlier, but its been a busy couple of weeks.
Youve got a terrific collection of photos yourself, great work.
Kind regards, Dominic
Thank you for all your kind comments. Yes, it's all decay, but it's not all about decay if you know what I mean. I have taken it upon myself to be an amateur historian of these murals, many of which are in danger of disappearing altogether. Some of them I find incredibly poignant, even given the heavy symbolism involved. For that they may be forgiven, given that they are from the South Side of Chicago, which has suffered many heavy hands, not the least of which is racism. Your own pictures have the same spirit of life, of creativity, of not giving into the mundane. Warmly, John Matt
Thanks Kimberley for your comments, you have really nice gallery here..
Thanks for your nice comments on my galleries. I appreciate all comments as I am new to both pbase and ditigal photography. Any suggestions are helpful and appreciated. Your work is great.
I got the 300mm lens for the Churchill trip, but it was too late for the numerous brown bears that we see here from spring to early fall. I can't wait for the bears to come out in mid-April and try it on them. I am also looking forward to the return of the humpback whales in late May.
I'm glad you liked the luminarias, they are a huge tradition in Albuquerque. The City turns out the street lights for huge areas of the city on Christmas Eve so people can enjoy the luninarias. Most of the photos you saw were taken at a church that puts out more than 6000 luminarias on Christmas Eve. These photos were taken by my adult daughter who received a new Rebel XT that evening for Christmas, and these were the first photos she took; and all of them were without a tripod. Quite a demonstration of how user friendly the XT can be.
Anyway, thanks again for visiting, I hope you make it to Churchill, the bears are spectacular.
It was very nice to get comments from a Vermonter . I just love this place, so different from New York City.
I looked at your galleries, some are extremely nice, believe it or not, I have been to Stowe 4 times already, but always in the summer, so it was nice to see some winter images.
Thanks again and keep up the good work.
It is an honor to visit your galleries. There are some stunning, professional photos here, and behind it a keen eye for detail. Put the two together and it doesn't get any better. John Matt
Thanks for visiting my galleries and your kind comments. Really appreciate that.
Thanks so much for your kind comments. I've only been a member here for 3 weeks so I'm still figuring out how everything works. You have made me aware that it is not just a matter of displaying pictures for my flar-flung friends and relatives to see. The pleasure of seeing comments from fellow members is just as satisfying. So the lesson is that I intend to spend some time whenever possible commenting on other people's work. You can expect some on your's too. From first impressions I would say we have a similar style of portraying things.
Thanks again and best wishes, Ralph
thanks for the note. I got the idea from a Southwest painter. the skull is a horse, plus driftwood and a lava rock.
thanks for your comment. I enjoy the rural life and pretending to be a frontier type guy.
Ana Carloto O'Shea
Thanks for Checking my work and for all the support.
Now it's time for me to make a visit to your works....
Stay inspired ;)
Thank-you very much for your
nice compliments at my galleries!
I really appreciate the fine words.
Specially on the recent images
in which I am still absorbing
and have been quite deeply touched by.
Your comments contribute to the feeling.
I had a small chance to look around your galleries,
very nice work..you have a great eye and technique.
the sunset beach photo is very personal, I grew up "in" the ocean. fishing, surfing,walking tidepools. I still surf every summer. the child is my grand neice. thanks for your interest.Russell
hi kimnerley thank for you comment in my gallery....for 2006
And you have a beautiful gallery
Your gallery (and photo in particular) inspired me to finally get out and photograph 29 avenue Rapp in Paris - which you can find by visiting my gallery.
Thank you so much for commenting on my photos and the good wishes!
I also wish you all the best for the New Year 2006!
Thank you for visiting and commenting my photos, I'm glad you liked it ! I wish you the best for this new year, ERic
love the photo of my baby Whispa she is still down on the beach running a muck.all is well here in dolphin beach colours in connemara are great at this time of year sharp blue skys, rust color on the bogs and reds in the highlands nothing like the west of ireland,when its not raining: ). hope all your gang are keeping well and have a very happy christmas and new year. hope to see ye soon love sinead and whispa ps love all your photos keep up the great work. www.dolphinbeachhouse.com
Thanks for commenting on my broom photo. I don't think I am having thumbnail issues. Are you? Did you have a problem with one of my photos? They all seem to be working for me...
Hi you asked a question what sort of camera took the fly in mid air head on, it was a canon 300d with a 90mm lens taken manual focus, 800sec.
Thanks for the comment Kimberley
Thank you very much for your kind words about my photos:) I'm glad you liked them and it's great to get feedback! I check out your galleries and I just love them! The horse pictures are wonderful!
High quality galleries, Cheers.
The image of the flower you asked about was photoshopped. it was originally deep blue but so saturated it had lost detail. So i worked it over a bit. in the end i thought it looked like a watercolor painting though i didn't use the any watercolor filters, just shpnd it, selected out certain areas and adjusted the curves and faded the glowing edges filter in a little.
say hi to stowe for me.
That is one crazy flower! Is that super saturated in PS or is that natural?
K in Vermont
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for the comments.
Hi Kimberley-Thank you for your kind comment on my PAD gallery-Your galleries are amazing but I haven't found the time yet to go through all of your pics-I will come back soon-Keep on the good work :)
Thank you so much for pausing to comment upon my site.
I have a lot to learn about photografy, i´m just in the beginning of a big trip, I Hope.
Your words are very motivating.
Thank you again.
by the way I took your advice on this picture and you were right, it looks much better!!
happy monday holiday-
I was wondering if you ever ran into this on your D70s...I now have a histogram displayed on my playback monitor on the camera and have no clue how to take it off, nor is it listed in the manual- do you know what to do? thank you!!
Thank you ever so much for stopping by my gallery and even voting for one of my pics :)
To answer your question, I use a Canon 20D for my shots. Oh btw, since you have got a great artistic eye, what do you think of this?
Lemme know :)
Thank you for all your feedback and comments! I look forward to encouraging each other's work! You must love living in Stowe- I have a friend there who absolutely loves it! And the stars are spectacular at night!
Thanks very much for visiting my English Country Garden gallery and for the kind comments you left. Really appreciated.
Rana N. Kabir
Hey, not bad!
Awesome eye you have.
nice homepage you've got!
keep up the good work
Great Photo`s.. and Gallery
thanks very much for visiting my galleries and for the kind comment you left in my guestbook. Also for the link to Howard Schatz portfolio, he has an amazing work!
You have very nice galleries, an the one of Emerald Isle is my favorite one. I'll return later.
Your galleries are very nice, specially "AUTUMN", I always enjoyed this season. And autumn in Vermont seems exceptionnal, I will have to go and see one day.
I enjoyed looking through your galleries - lots of interesting shots!
I just thought it was amazing that someone so talented could share the same name as me :-)