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I hope you are doing well in your photographical pursuits, James. You visited my page dedicated to Roman, my greyhound. I wanted to thank you for the kind words. And I hope you and Kenai are well.
Hello James (Bo),
I was cleaning out my address book from years past. I lived in Knoxville for about 5 years during the late 80's. I found a Bo (James) Lundy, 1219 Saybrook Lane, Knoxville, Tn 37923 birthday 11/11/1957. I, too, was born in 1957. The years and my memory escapes me but I know I must have been acquainted with you. I was consolidating my old address books and was curious about your name. As I happened to this sight I looked at your photographs and they are beautiful. Were you involved with CISV maybe? Oh well, I live in Kansas City now with my family. Leslie Perry Bain email@example.com
I'm so glad I bumped into your work!
Hello! Thanks for the nice comment about my pics listed on JBulls gallery. Your work is beautiful!! Keep up the great work!! Good luck in all you do and in 08!!
Thanks for visiting my page.I enjoyed browsing your galleries. For me, the gorilla image is most touching. It's marvelous! I like your photo a day gallery. Good idea. As for your quote, "sometimes the best part of wanting something is not having it"...I think I was told something almost just like that in 1994...the keyword is "sometimes". - thanks again , leigh ann
Pbase needs more galleries like yours.
I would like to know if your photos are for sale?
I had a few minutes and I decided to take a look at some of your work. You're doing great. I especially like the ones in the Smokey Mountains. See you soon.
Thanks for visiting my gallery and also for the kind words, James. You've got some great stuff here. I especially like the jellyfish.
Great photographs, James! I think you've worked with a friend of mine, and I was wondering if you might be interested in working with me sometime. Again, excellent eye.
thanks for stopping by my RIAT gallery.
The F-16 smoke trails are certainly impressive, but I believe they came just from i high g pullout, not from a controlled spin.
Wonderful shots, very talented. I suspect that you will have a hard time choosing only 5 shots. I too am located in Knoxville. Hope to see more!
Hi James! I met you at J.Crew, and you told me about this site. I had to come look you up, and I am blown away. Great work. By the way, my name is John and my Flickr name is shiftyguyseyes. I'd love to hear from you. Have a nice night!
What a great site
Looking for information and found it at this great site...
Thanks for the visit to my photos. I really enjoyed yours, very skilled p.s but I especially enjoyed the family ones and Smokies. I was born in Middlesboro, Ky. and we would always go "down home" to visit relatives when I was a kid. My aunt lived in Knoxville. I love it down there.
Enjoyed ur work. Susi
You have so many great shots, thanks for the quick-witted comment. I laughed, I smiled and then I checked out all your great photos.
I had a jerk come over to my house to look at my photos. He said he was this and that and wanted to use my photos in a gallery. I asked for a resume or something that would tell me about him and was given some lies. I gave him a 16x20 proof sheet and never heard from him again. I would not sent any original, ever!!!!!!! There are too many brothers of the jerk out there.
Hello James, I am trying to reach you regarding a you have on PBASE of the Knoxville Skyline at night. We would like to use this shot in an upcoming issue of Endless Vacation Magazine which is published in Indianapolis, IN by RCI. The July/August Issue of our magazine is featuring an article on Knoxville. Please call or email me and I will be happy to give you all the details. My phone number is 317-805-9457 and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to get this shot ASAP. Thanks so much, Maura
Jim! Hello sweet friend... Wow, AWESOME talent as always. I'm so,so proud of you. Of course, you've always taken great photos. There's not much you could do that I wouldn't think was wonderful... But, these are really, really great shots. Keep up the beautiful work!
luv and hugs from your friend for always,
PS Abby and Dixie are adorable!
James, Thanks for the comments. The overlook you asked about was in the Blue Ridge Parkway, just south of Skyline Drive (Shenandoah National Park). Good day, Fred Durr
Great minds think alike! I enjoyed looking through your fireworks gallery. I used the same technique for some time now and I think I'm getting the hang of it. Check it out and let me know what you think.
Thanks for visiting my galleries and the great information.
Thanks for looking at my galleries. :)
So, you are from Knoxville, TN?! My favorite singer, Kenny Chesney, is also from there and sings about Knoxville quite a bit. I've been to Nashville several times, but never visited Knoxville. I hear it's beautiful!!
Your galleries are beautiful by the way. Keep on shooting!!
Thanks for your kind comments - always appreciated.
RE the lighthouse, its on an island which is a protected bird sanctuary. You can land on it by special arrangement and this is on my "to do" list ( I have been before many years ago (pre digital). Theres a shot here from the mainland
Hi James, thanks for your info on the type of frost we are witnessing. Over the years I have seen Hoar Frost but never like this...Our local weather service tells us that we are setting all kinds of records with this weather pattern...
James, thanks for stopping by at my pbase and all those kind comments, highly appreciated and keep up your excellent work here. Really enjoyed your galleries! Armin
Thank u so much for your nice comment . W'll keep an eye for your nice work .
Hey guess what I found...a guestbook..COOL..Thank you for all the nice comments on my PaD site. You spoke of Roanoke VA. I have only been as far as Atkins. I got on the Appalachain Trail there and hiked into Damascus, my favorite town. We are so lucky to live in such a beautiful area..Keep up the good work..Looking forward tomore of your posts..Bren
Hi James Enjoyed looking at your Dragon shoots,have not been able to get there yet maybe somtime soon. Thanks for Sharing
Thanks for your comment on my Smoky Mountain photos James. I see you're in Knoxville and are taking a few photography courses at UT. Your work already looks very nice and you have some excellent exposures.
Being this close to the mountains, drop me a line when you come to shot in the area and maybe we can shoot the bull and take a few photos.
You hard to ge ahold of. I thought that I would tell you that we are back in NC. Jeff will more than likely deploy by the end of the year. Thought you might be interested...
Hey James!! Thanks for commenting on my gallery. I've been looking at your pics for the past while and really enjoyed my time there. You have some great shots! We are neighbors- Knoxville is about 1.5 hrs from me! UT is going to smoke Florida on Sat (I hope!!). I'll be back to your PAD. Have a great week...
James-- thanks for all your commentary on my "things" in Old Montreal gallery--- i am happy that someone enjoys looking at them as much as i enjoy people watching-- i am always surprised how many people do not even realize they are being photographed-- i guess we all do live in our own world--- always enjoy your comments-- and your work as well--- !! amitie (friendship)-- marijka!!
thanks for checking out my poets gallery. a whole lot more poet photos (and interviews, and poems, and the story of our year in a motorhome traveling the country to do the book) are in my new book Poets on Place, available at amazon.com, etc.
I love your little WalMart gallery. Wish you had more in there.
Thank you for your comment in my gallery. I like when people see some details that I also think are interesting.:-)
Thanks for stopping by my PAD and Portraits Gallery. No, in answer to your question, I never did take my tripod to the hospital! That shot of the white rose was hand held. I've enjoyed exploring your galleries. Love the night shots of Roanoke! And you have one of the best shots I've ever since of a sparkler: Abby Fireworks 2004. Great shot!!
Hi James, I'm a fellow Knoxvillian and just discovered your gallery. Excellent shots of Knoxville and GSM's. I've added you to my favorites and will check back often. Now I KNOW you are a Vol fan!! I have a shot inside Neyland stadium in my etc. gallery.
Thanks for you comment in my gallery . Season is firecracker and is very comfortable with herself. I can't wait to take more pics of her !!!More pics to come ....so stay tuned folk!!
Hi James Nice to meet you! Thank you so very much for taking time to explain things to me. Yes, I did know some of it but much was new and well received.
I was about to update my site ... take off the dumb stuff and put on some smart stuff (which, of course, will become dumb in a few months).
I am an Export from Oak Ridge and still have a relative in the Knoxville vacinity.
Hopefully I'll retire (from Retirement) in that area.
Your photos are interesting and my favorites are the dog and especially the cat in the window.
Jim Bullington/ JBull Photo
Jim-I reviewed all of your galleries and enjoyed them very much. I began my digital photography with a Canon G2 and went to the SLR Canon 10D. You have enough talent to be thinking about a SLR. It opens up another world. Keep shooting. Jim
James, Thanks for checking out my galleries. You do some fine work yourself. Based on your comments in my candid faces gallery, I think you'll realy like this gallery
The chicks are hotter and the comments funnier.
oh man thanx for the comments on mah gallery. i thougt i'd come by & check yours out. i think my favorite pix are the ones of you and your dog kenai. and that texas pick... aaand teh knoxville tenessee street .. great stuff man !!
You can refer to Professor Mark Plonsky's macro website here.
Everything I learnt about macros on the G5 and reversing a 50mm lens were from him. I won't recommending using this combination most of the time as the depth of field is very shallow, and magnification would be too high for regular stuff.
Drop me an email at email@example.com if you've any queries.