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your Photography is wonderful for being a self taught one,loved them all,,keep up the good work ,would love to see more of your work futher down the road..
Thank you Aunt Beverly. Hope to get out to Oklahoma again soon to see you. We really enjoyed our stay with you on our last visit. Take care and God Bless.
Beautiful pictures Erik. I know you all had a wonderful vacation. Hope to see you back in Oklahoma soon......love, Aunt Beverly
Erik; Enjoyed viewing your wonderful photos; especially the Sawtooth Range gallery. I grew up near Spokane--about 40 miles West--so got to travel often to Idaho. I've never had the time to hike the Sawtooths but always was amazed at their rugged beauty from a distance. Your photos show the obvious technical skill, but most important, show a real love of wilderness. Your work is extraordinary. Take care and good luck. Sincerely, Lee
Your photography is breathtaking! You are incredibly talented and blessed to be able to find, and pursue, your true passion! I love being on this photographic journey with you. Always stay safe little brother! I love you, Heather
I came across your web page URL when I was trying to educate myself on initial equipment purchases by reading the photo.net forums, including your posts about moving up to medium format film or digital equipment for landscape shooting. Since those dated from July, I wondered what your subsequent experience was, and in particular what consideration you might have given to Stephen Penland's and Robert Lee's suggestion about stitching multiple images as a way of achieving what you want without a large new equipment purchase. I am trying to plan an equipment strategy myself and was attracted to this thought but wondered whether you had found some hitch in it that dissuaded you from taking that path.
Thanks much in advance for any time you have to respond to this inquiry.
Hey Turkey! Beautiful pictures, hey next time you are in wrightwood; can you get some pics of old house and area. You both take care and talk to you later, Your big brother.
I am just so awe inspired by your pictures at Sawtooth. Makes me feel cold to my bones, too. Love the new family addition.