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john charles reagan
Hi Don, my old shipmate. I saw your information on Linked-In. I am glad to see you living wonderful, relaxed life. You are truly one of my favorite people I have known in life, I hope you are doing well, enjoying a relaxed life while in retirement, I sure would love to talk to you again. One of my most cherished memories was our time at the USNA teaching the midshipmen how to shoot. I still shoot at the ST. Johns County, FL Sheriff's range. Hope your family is doing well and has survived all the craziness. I would love to hear from you. All my best, John Reagan
Judy L Murray
We met at Turkey Point Light House today. Your photos are amazing. Thanks for letting me and my daughter know about this website.
Hi Don, It was nice meeting you and your wife. Great pictures.
Thank you Donald for visiting my gallery and is so nice to meet u in PB. Thanks again for your comments. Wishing u here and your love ones have a happy 2016 and the years to come.
Don, thanks for your visit to my site and your kind comments. I have enjoyed your photos as well. Congratulations on your fine digiscoping work!
Lew Scharpf (Lejun)
Hi Donald!!Vanessa from Canaan Valley Resort's dining room!!
Don: While kayaking yesterday on Plum Creek across from Locust Point, I saw a blue heron rookery containing about 10 nests. If interested you go under the bridge and past the houses on the right to just before the 2nd crook in the creek. It's quite a sight. I've only seen one other on Turner's Creek several years ago. We spoke about the green herons you saw at Locust Point about a month ago. Kent
Hi Don, Thank you for your comments. You have an impressive body of work, enjoyed your galleries.
Allo Donald Thank you for your visit and encouraging
Thank for my picture reduced to take the green down
These are great photos you have here on this site, I too spend my free time just out photographing and filming nature. But one picture labeled Red elderberry is actually a Basswood tree. Young Basswoods produce nice red berries in the late spring and early summer. Basswood have big leaves where as Elderberry have 7 small leaves per branch. Just a note to let you know from one fellow woodsman to another. take care and be well.. Sam
Great meeting you along the Butcherknife Creek in Steamboat Springs. You've got me watching for owls and kingfishers now. I love your woodchuck photo!
Great photos Don. "I got it!" Jim
Thanks for stopping by my page and for all the great comments. I always appreciate when someone gives their valuable time to look at my photos and even point out where I may have made an error in my identification. When I get a moment, I look forward to returning the favor with your photos. Thanks again.
I see you love photography and enjoy testing all kinds of gear, thank you for sharing your experiences. I also noticed you live in such a beautifull place!
Thank you for visiting my galleries! Hervé
Just spent more time on your web site-wow! is all I can say-I'll show this to my daughter who does does weddings and equestrian events. unbelievable how you have captured such beauty with your cameras. thanks, Bob in Casanova