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Walter Otto Koenig
I've looked at your galleries several times over the last few years. Really good work, especially the documentation of life in the 70's.
A nice collection of images from around Montana.
great galleries, enjoyed looking through them.
I had a look through some of your galleries - a very interesting record pf your life -
thanks for sharing.
All the best to you.
I wonder if you read the signs, or just take pictures of them.
Love your pics of 2 lane blacktop, thanx. But I dont see them here anymore?
I really enjoyed your photos. I was totally looking for something else but got captivated in your art. Thanks! Ky
I have enjoyed looking through your photographs. Thank you for leaving comments on my site.
I have enjoyed the armchair tours of your gallery....
lots of fun. Hey, I had a Beetle, too. Loved it.
Thanks for visiting and commenting on "the wooden milk bottle."
I am rather embarrassed because this grainy photo was taken with
my very first digital camera, a 1.3 mp.and before I learned how
to clone out fences, etc. I must go back there and improve
the shot. Thanks, lol......Linda Marlowe
Thanks for stopping by to see my Candids and Portraits Gallery, and, Dima and Ina Wedding story gallery. I hope to see more of your work too!
Hey Richard, thanks for stopping by and commenting on the squirrel. He was there a while that day and I got a few shots.
Love your sign about the poisonious snakes and insects! They don't mention keeping kids away...only pets. Strange!
Your photos are good. I'll be back.
What a brilliant album! Love the 50s 60s 70s period stuff...it's like a breeze through late 20th Century American life.
John Reynolds LRPS
Richard, thank you for the kind comment about my Scottish slide of Eilean Donan castle. I know what you mean about Kodachrome vs. Photoshop. A good 35 mm landscape slide projected on a screen looks great!
Thanks for stopping gallery.
I appreciate it.
Gracias por compartirlas
Saludos desde España
Dick -- The butcher shop photos, with and without the lab, are amazing. Your ability to spot the poignant among the mundane is rare, thanks for all the silliness as well.
Oh man, cars, cameras and girlsnot necessarily in that order! Makes all the years disappear ... were any of us really that beautiful and dumb back then? These are all priceless. Thank god you scanned them.
Hi, Richard. Enjoyed looking at galleries. Where are photos of Riverside raceway? Judy N
Great stuff Richard! I liked the journey through time and space having grown up in the Boston area in the 60's and 70's.
Thanks for stopping by my site and your comment. I have been looking at some of your photos and have just started to go over you albums and they realy look promishing. Keep up the good work and be sure that I will be looking in on your works from now and then.
Thanks for stopping by, I (ArminB) enjoyed your images very much!
Best regards, Armin
I'm the guy you left a comment about the bus - the '58 work horse. Here's a link to the front shots - and I'm going to post the resto process soon. Thanks for looking! - Ben
Thanks for your comment by my photo-a-day! Your work is very nice. Greetings from Holland for jou! Ieke
You´ve a nice and quite intersting galleries, with lots of vivid and beautiful shots.
Thanks for sharing your look to the world, the main reason for a site like this.I love to share my inpressions in a form of images. Not at all points, contest, egos´s competition.
Congratulations for your work.
Hey Richard! Thanks for stopping by my galleries and commenting on my image of Lake Champlain! I enjoyed looking through your galleries, and especially the image of the Yashica TL camera - this was my first 35mm SLR back in the late 70's. Take care!
You've a fantastic collection of old images! You've provided inspiration for me to get moving with the laborious process of sorting and scanning. Again... your photos are a treasure!
thank you for your visit.
you have many great images here!!
Hey Richard! The Wheel, or Eye, is very photogenic. I like your London images, it's odd how some one else's pics of somewhere I know quite well can still be so fascinating. I've never yet taken any somewhere like Regent St or in the parks - though that's my target for when the leaves are turning later this season.
I thought you might be interested to know that the round building you have in your London gallery ("I like it") is affectionately known as the Gherkin!
Thanks for stopping by and your comment on my image. I being a short timer here appreciate the encouragment..
I loved traveling though your travels as well.
The older photos are so evocative - you have a book to write I think!
Please find time to annotate so we can get to know the people and places,
best regards, Julian
Thanks for the comments on my pictures - yours are great; they're very personal in a way that includes the viewer without feeling intrusive. Alice Mutasa
Thanks for your message. You are right, there were really beautifujl bikes!
Like your pictures too! You have such a fine sense of humour and a good eye.
For a quite new member here you've already been very busy!
Please go on like this!
Excellent photos Richard! You're a lot like me, but you've many more older shots and better quality, too. Unfortunately, I've never taken good care of my old photos. I used to go the door, loaded down with all the cameras but now they are mostly stowed away. I keep meaning to pick up some 120 format film off ebay and burn off a few rolls....the quality of the image on that large negative makes for excellent detail. I'll be getting a digital SLR when the prices come down from the stratosphere or my pay gets a saturn IV boost. Anyway, thanks for sharing and thanks for visiting...I'm sorry that there is more old pics than new...I need to get away from the shipyard and take some new pics.