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Elaine 29-Jun-2016 19:23
I have just photographed a bird with a white head seen today in my daughters front garden. I have no idea what it is and would like to upload a photo of it.
Miss Jennifer Hayes 29-Jun-2014 01:48
Beautiful website and thank you for helping me identify 3 English birds I saw but didn't know what they were.
Clive Harris 07-Apr-2014 22:46
Gary, May I use 9 of your photographs on a non-profit web page as an identification quiz for youngsters on a geocaching site?. Will attribute these photo's to you and your PBase url.
Many thanks, beautiful photographs.
Mo 19-Oct-2013 10:45
Just love your photographs of birds! They are not only helpful for identification, but enjoyable in how you capture the character of each bird. Thank you so much.
Sarha 23 28-Oct-2012 18:02
your website is great
chiefteddybear 31-Jan-2012 23:43
Unbelieveable photogaphic quality
LOVE them.espeially the wild birds

thanks so much for sharing xxxxx
Binoy Thomas 30-May-2011 11:28
Kerala is the most beautiful and good tourist place in India. Dont worry u need any help from tourism contact me

renson antony jude 06-Dec-2010 11:56
hello gary this is rens from rins&rens homestay
i so the pictures it was very good
Binoy Thomas 12-Nov-2010 14:25
I forget added my name and mail id, thanku. My regerds to ur family

ur loving friend Binoy
Guest 12-Nov-2010 14:22
Beautiful photos. In Kerala if u need and help contact me. If u need backwater trip send mail to me. Think now u have a good loving sincere friend at Mallappally. If ur interst visit my website

John 07-Dec-2008 08:34
The photographs are exceptional. The D-Day visit very interesting. Here is some information about that terrible war if you have time to have a read.
Suzanne Cubbon 20-Nov-2008 15:35
Hi Gary
We have uploaded your photo of the english country mansion to use on samples to give brides an idea of how our product can be used. Can you please let us know the name and location of this building as we would like to do a mock up wedding invite and there is always some clver person who would correct us if we put the wrong name.
Mari 02-Nov-2008 11:10
Gorgeous photos Gary. Thank you so much for sharing such beauty. I particularly loved the Garden birds, Birds of Prey, Horse & Dog photos....being an animal lover :D but all photos were stunning.
Thank you.
Guest 05-Aug-2008 10:49
Beautiful travel photos. you know you should really make an album in this site and show people (friend, family, etc ) where you get to travel... ...

like this gallery:

its free and you can share with us the places you traveled to on the map. takes 3-4 minutes...
(this is NOT a site to replace PBASE, it's for sharing albums with music and send to friends and share here with your photos)
Guest 19-Jul-2008 12:39
Fabulous bird photos Gary. I am a science teacher in North Yorkshire and stumbled across them while trying to find some good, clear images for my year 7s (11-yr.olds) to use to help them to identify birds visiting their garden. Having found your photos I can't really see why I would need to go elsewhere! The intention would be to put them into an activity on our school website. As a result I am writing to ask your permission to use the images. I am obviously happy to credit you if wish.
Many thanks
David Jeal
Dave 14-Feb-2008 01:01
Great gallery Gary.
It's rare that I can keep looking right back to the origins of a persons craft but you my friend have arrived long time since.fantastic captures, of all subjects, an inspirational portfolio.Your eye for subtle nuance intrigues me.From the stock photos to the wildlife and beyond. A truely captivating experience.Thanks for the distraction.
Lorna Nash 17-Jan-2008 15:53
Dear Mr Martin,
I am an amateur artist specialising in flowers. I would like to start including some birds in my paintings. Do you sell your wonderful photos? I like to work from A4 size.What would be the approx cost.
Lorna Nash
Guest 15-Jun-2007 10:55
Good stuff.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 09:06
Thoroughly enjoyed your work. Thank you for sharing.
Alain Del B. Pascua 23-Aug-2006 03:21

Dear Mr. Martin:


The Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan Citizens’ Development Initatives, Inc. (KAAKBAY CDI), a multidisciplinary non-government organization, will once again be participating in the 2nd Philippine Bird Festival organized by the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines (WBCP) on September 22-23, 2006 at the Crossroad 77 Convenarium at 77 Mother Ignacia Avenue corner Scout Reyes Sts., Quezon City.

The 2006 Philippine Bird Festival, which banners the theme “Endemik: Dito lang sa ‘Pinas,” will celebrate the diversity of bird species uniquely found only in the Philippines through exhibits, lectures, video presentations, coloring and drawing activities, story-telling and bird-watching sessions.

As one of the participating NGOs, KAAKBAY CDI will be showcasing its Kaakbay sa Kalikasan environment and wildlife conservation projects through the following undertakings:

1. Exhibit on Candaba Swamp as an Important Bird Area (IBA):

A. Swamp Rangers for Candaba Swamp and Wildlife Conservation and Ecotourism Project which won in the 2006 World Bank Development Innovation Market Place Panibagong Paraan, and is now being undertaken in partnership with the Philippines Australia Community Assistance Program of the Australian Aid for International Development (PACAP-AusAID), and

B. Candaba Swamp and Wildlife Pictures and Brochure which was nominated as one of the Finalists of the 2005 Catholic Mass Media Awards under the Public Service Print Ads category.

2. Continuous screening of Wings in the Water – the Birds in Candaba Swamp, a short video documentary which was one of the Official Entries in the 2006 Moonrise Festival of documentary films about the Philippine environment, culture and social issues. This video was nominated in the Best in Cinematography and Special Citation on Lakes and Rivers categories.

3. Forum on the Philippine Wild Duck Anas Luzonica, an initial round table discussion on the profile, description, status, legal protections, and available research and studies about the already declared “endangered/vulnerable” Philippine Duck towards the eventual organization of a nationwide network of NGOs, LGUs, Academe, Business and other stakeholders for its monitoring and conservation.

In view thereof, may we ask your permission to use the attached pictures that you have taken on the Philippine Wild Duck Anas Luzonica for the forum and the program’s brochures, posters, tarpoulines, stickers, t-shirts, buttons, caps, websites, emails, letters, video and other campaign and advocacy materials and paraphernalia. We assure you that these materials will only be use for information and educational purposes and not for commercial use, and that you will be properly credited and acknowledged as the photographer. Please let us know of your particular requirements and other limitations on the use of your photographs should you allow us to use the same.

The forum will be held on September 23, Saturday, from 2:00 to 4:00pm, at Session Room 1 of the Crossroad Convenarium. We are inviting a small group of environmental and conservation NGO leaders, professors and students from various universities, private sector officers with environmental CSR programs, and LGU representatives with areas being flocked by Philippine Ducks to attend and participate in the said forum.

We are also inviting you and your networks to participate and support the forum and the 2nd Philippine Bird Festival on September 22-23.

We are looking forward to your favorable response.

Very respectfully,

Executive Director

22 August 2006


Derek Morgan 01-Aug-2006 10:45
Hi Gary.i met you in clive's shop. very nice website. keep up the good work see you soon Derek
Jose 12-Jul-2006 07:31
Cool guestbook, interesting information... Keep it UP
Guest 19-Feb-2006 14:32
Fabulous galleries, Gary. I'm studying Ornithology here in New Jersey, US, and some species that we don't have here, I'm getting to know through your pictures. Thanks so much for sharing. You really, really have a way with capturing birds.
Guest 14-Feb-2006 02:46
Hi Gary,
I love looking at your bird photos and tonight I showed a large number of your pictures to my wife and she was enthralled. Thanks for sharing.
George McKenna
Digital Rebels15-Jan-2006 01:00
Hi Gary,
Thank you for the comments on my weekly picture at Digital Rebels. I could not figure out what caused the blur in the photo and you have provided the answer for me. thanks again.
George McKenna
Guest 09-Apr-2005 05:25
Mr. Gary,

I love your birdphotos very much and since you love to photograph them, I found a few years ago in a beautiful birdwebsite too. I dont know if you know her, but she can photograph in a very special way.

Richard Lark 01-Nov-2004 14:41
Hi Gary

I was googling for Niguelas, where we have recently bought a place. You had some great photos of the village and surrounding Lecrin Valley. What camera / film did you use?

Could we put one of your pictures on our website, Obviously we would mention your name.

Many thanks,
Richard Lark
Phil Knott 21-Sep-2004 17:39
Some really nice pictures Gary, good work, keep it up.
Guest 18-Apr-2004 16:25
Gary, I love your images on your PBase site! Your work is extrodinary. As for your question on my image and whether I panned or P&S, I most of the shots that day were pans since I found the Snow gees's movements too fast any other way.
Ralph 31-Aug-2003 18:40
Hi Gary
Your photos are great!
I liked the one of Len with his eyes closed
Bye for now
Jeff 26-May-2003 16:18
Nice pictures Gary,what camera do you use?
murph 03-Feb-2003 16:42
who the ferk put mumbles lighthouse in tesco's car park?

(motm 2nd pony from the left)
Boris Schapiro 07-Jan-2003 15:58
You very sad man, and somewhat overweight.
and heat seeker to boot.
Jannik 01-Jul-2002 11:56
Nice one, Gary. I like the one with the glass flask in the window - great picture.
I take it you saw young Reese when you were there? :-)