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Paul Hogan 07-Apr-2012 01:40
HI i'm an old friend of artist James Van Dyke - he must be in his 80s now. He was a pretty god artist and taught at Yale for awhile. I've lost ontact with him and I wonder if you ever heard ofhe is still alive and where I might reach him.done by Jim that was in exchange for a piece of furniture I traded I think he was born in CT and lived in Philadelphia in the early sixties. I have a beautiful woodcut of Mary holding the infant Jesus My computer like to play games with me so please excuse it. It knows no better. Thanks, Paul Hogan
Pawel Kazmierczyk03-Feb-2009 19:21
Hello James, what a fantastic collection of galleries.... You have a great eye for photography, and a unique sense of style. I have truly enjoyed going through your photos - the range and variety of topics, the originality of viewpoint, and the quality. Well done, keep it up ! Greetings from Poland. Pawel
Guest 11-Jan-2009 04:42
Nice Galleries
Steve Rutledge 25-Dec-2007 16:25
I would like to request permission to show your photo of Florida scrub at Lake Wales Ridge to my not-for-profit birding classes at the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society.
(The photo would appear in a slide show about the endangered Florida Scrub-Jay).
Thank you!
matt 20-Nov-2006 22:43
I am interested in pursuing herpetology and related fields, and have done this for my whole life. Please email me so i can ask you some questions.
Berkeley Boone 19-Oct-2005 16:42
Hi Van,
I post on as "Shagcarpetpython" I used to work at the SREL with JD and some others, and I got to meet Steve when he came down. Email me sometime, I would like to say hello and introduce myself. Thanks!
justin 15-Sep-2005 15:08
james,where do you live(just city and state)
kevin versace15-Jul-2005 16:52
i an 4snakes from fieldherpers and i have hi hopes of becoming a i have a question for you are you a herpetologist or just very in to herping?
please email me the answer thanks
Sam Sterrett 14-Jul-2005 13:33
Hey Van. Greetings from VA :) Just checked out the new shots from FL at Amazing. Can't wait to see the shots of the neonates when you post them. Interesting stuff, and your photography continues to be absolutely amazing. Keep it up.
James Van Dyke02-May-2005 03:53
I've heard coachwhips called whipsnakes, oak snakes (esp. in GA), and hoop snakes. Hoop snakes due to the myth of the snake that makes itself into a hoop and rolls down a hill and chases people- complete fiction and nothing to worry about.
Carolina 06-Apr-2005 15:55
Hey VAN! I was amazed by your website! Great pictures and informations. Very well done.
I need to start going out to the field with you and take my own shots! Cool stuff! See ya!
Curtis Hall 05-Feb-2005 05:24
Well done! Photography is top notch and the descriptions are especially nice with the common name and the scientific name. I also found the camera and lenses information to be a nice bonus.