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Just came across your galleries. Love your work.
I like your documentary style of photography. You have a very good eye.
Saw a random picture of yours. I am new to pbase and I spent a good part of my evening wandering thru your PaD's. Well played- all of them! Look forward to seeing 2012 crop mature on your site. Dave Sands, Cleveland Ohio
Thanks for the nice comment. I enjoy your work.
Have a great cruise! We stayed in Ft. Lauderdale an extra day because we wanted to see the Oasis! One day, hopefully, we too will get to cruise on her. Right now we have a 28 day RT LA Hawaii/Tahiti to look forward to.....in Oct 2011!! Thanks for stopping by and checking our my photos. Can't wait to look at all your galleries!
Hey Dennnis, nice to see your still shooting! We should put up a site similar to Capture Cincy so we can all get back together. I even thought of using our talented group of people to raise money for the city pools to open. Any thoughts?
Hi Dennis, I notice your inquirer for the contest Diaphanous. I am new at this and was wondering what the protocol for posting was.
Was I supposed to contact somebody for a sticky posting?
Glad you were interested in the out come. Advice on procedures and posting very welcome, want to do it right.
I'm jealous of how good you are.
You have so beautifuly photos in yours portfolio...Excellent my friend...Greetings from Montenegro, old/new country in Europa...i will come back with pleasure...
I just lingered through your gallereis and it made my (satur)day!
It`s very obvious for me, that your camera is the ultimate tool to show who you are, perfectly in line with your heart and soul.
Photography couldn`t be used better to show that we`re all human beings, living in a fantastic world, sometimes sad, sometimes a laugh and a tear.
I whish you further al the best, you and your wonderfull family and friends.
Thanks for sharing,
I feel like an amateur when I look at your stuff.
Thank you for your kind comments. I've been looking at your galleries and was very impressed. Some people think that Ohio doesn't have a lot to offer in the way of photo ops. Looking at your galleries is proof of just how wrong they are! I look forward to visiting again and see what you add in future.
All the best,
Thank you for all your good cheer and encouragement throughout the past year, Dennis. I wish you all the best for 2007, including much photographic delight and discovery. I look forward to seeing what Fishit's lens will offer. Warm regards, Suzanne
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Thank you for commenting on Play on Light and Shadows!
Thank you for sharing your photos. I really enjoying looking at them.
Hey, Dennis! Congratulations on your FM Weekly Assignment win. I didn't even realize that you had entered until I saw the wonderful doorknob shot on FM's portal page. It is a fine photograph and the award well deserved.
Dennis, Thanks so much for stopping by and visiting my Tall Stacks gallery. Thanks for the kind comments as well. I will be heading down this year for sure, and this time I will have a fully charged digital in tow! I hope to smuggle my monopod inside the gates to help with some longer exposures. Maybe I'll see you down there! -Jim
Hey! Thanks for visiting my wegsbite. I dig yours!
Is the portrait in your profile new? Had to laugh...what other lens could Dennis Fishit use for his self portrait than a fisheye. LOL
My only comment about that is that it looks like you're having too much fun. There's a tax on that you know!
thank you so much for your comments on the portrait of me.......i didnt take it ... it was taken by my boyfriend who is also on pbase and on my list of favorites... vince belford
Spent a little time wandering around your galleries. Very warm and engaging. I particularly liked "* dreams."
Catch up when you can.
Hey Dennis! What a great treat to find your kind comment about my photos of objects in store windows. I'm really getting a kick out of that sort of approach. I am still shy about photographing real people, so mannequins are just perfect for now. Plus all the lovely reflections you can get off the windows often bring new connections and meanings to a photo. Lots of fun.
Take good care! S.
YOU HAVE I GOOD EYE