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Hi Guys just viewed your Langtang trek, and really enjoyed the great photos, my next will most likely be my last visit to Nepal, have done Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna Sanctuary and Everest Base Camp, I'd like to take a little longer than you maybe 15 days, can you give me some idea how much per day it cost you as I expect there are no places to get extra rupees once you have began.
Full marks to your photography skills. I like almost all photos. good work keep it up.
Let me know whenever you visit india again. I would like to meet you if possible.
My name is Winslow Passey. I am a mountain guide and a yoga instructor based out of Utah. I am designing a trip to Langtang, and I need some photos. You have some great ones. I would love to borrow a few and credit your name there. I have just started my own company, and I can't afford to pay you for them, but I can work a discount on a trip (10%) if you have interest in the stuff we do. I lead yoga adventures like yoga and rock climbing, Yoga and skiing, and tekking. We also have many mountaineering adventures and backcountry skiing in Utah. We are all over from Europe to Patatgonia, Tetons, and Nepal. Thanks for your time! I enjoyed looking through your journey! My email is email@example.com.
loved the photos - I'm heading to Nepal again to do Langtang/Helambu trek early March. also enjoyed the Kepler track photos - did day one of that walk 2 years ago before I did the Milford track. and of course the surfing shots. I'm from windang sth of the gong and have a few waves a bit like shark island down here (of course you guys all know that)
any tips for the Langtang trip would be welcome - not looking forward to that bus ride up there!
I feel like an amateur when I look at your stuff.
Hey Sean really dig ur images, just remind me of Byron Bay. Great use of a camera cheers Jeremy.
P.S. I can relate to the Cronulla images...
Barry S Moore
Great to see a fellow adventurers photography. Got to get out more often. Best wishes Barry
take heaps of pics out shoes yiew
Thanks for sharing such a wonderful image collection. My particular interest is Langtang as I am trekking there for 4 weeks October 2007 (incl some voluntary work at Melamchigoan.
Maya Joy is just beautiful and such a cutie - love and cherish (I'm sure you both will)
Kind regards and thanks
I like the photo of the wave from Mentone Ave - I'd say about 5m high.
I'd like to see a photo of 'The Wall' - especially with wave action!
Seabees @ clara.net would get a swap phot take at Blackpoll, Lancs by a ducth photographer for Canon printers.
was concerned in this formerly. nice.
This site is very useful. Keep up this excellent work - very good.
Love the Shark Island Swim shots. It's good to know we can always visit your PBase when feeling home sick.
Sharon & Brenden
Fantastic gallery, thanks for sharing and keep up the excellent work.
Thanks Sean for your congrats. I was absolutely delighted with my win and hope that I can get a tad more recognition o/s.
Bookster, nice pics mate. I would like to buy a particular shot of my mate chook surfing at Wanda. It's in your random pics section. The shot with Vooee in the background and the yacht. Please e-mail me om firstname.lastname@example.org . Cheers.
go sths! thanks 4 sharing.
surfer at point with tatoo board
sean mate,your pics absolutely rip mate. keep doin what your doin, i love the picture of me turning at my fav. spot, cronulla point. Please keep shooting out there , its perfect 4 that. Thanks champ, Dan.
KEEP IT UP!
ALL THE BEST IN YOUR GALLERIES
THNX FOR SHARING
Great photos! Thanks mate.
I was in Syabru working for a power plant for few months, but didnt have a camera to take pictures and often felt sad for that. Now I got them all from you. Thank you.
God bless you.
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Hey mate hows it going. Long time bush walker,and long time dreamer. I am planning a treck down to the wollengambi river approx 1-2 km east of the junction where the bowens creek meets the wollengambi. I want to do this soon, and am wanting to know if u have been in that area? I have wanted to do this for years. If you are bush tracking or doing any canyoning/exciting bush walking let me know because i am very keen to join you if that is possibly. Or anyone that wants to do a walk somewhere, let me know VIA email... firstname.lastname@example.org Very keen.
Im a uni student doing enviro science and love outdoors.. Email me :>
Your photographic skills seem to get better and better each time I visit. Some truley outstanding work my dear friend. Some of the canyon shots should be enlarged, framed and proudly display in your lounge room.
Superb photography book,suggest more action shots,possibly of fellow novice cyclists.....falling off.
Great photos of Kathmandu and Langtang........brings back many fabulous memories for me. I trekked in the Langtang in March 2004. It was the best time, also spent some time at Dunche, Gosainkund and a few days in Kathmandu. I'm going back in April 2005 to work in an orphanage.
Thanks for sharing your photos. I saw your post on aus.photo newsgroup. Cheers,Sue
Sean, I had to leave a message, Outstanding work!