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Jon Reed 15-May-2012 01:43
We have very similar interests. Many of the bridges and barns in your galleries are in my collections as well.
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Guest 29-Aug-2011 16:46
Thank you so much for your pics of the covered bridges, i am a descendant of the swartz family and love to see pictures of the bridge. it has been a while since i have been to the bridge but i love to see it. thank you for sharing! tami
Patti 31-Oct-2008 03:12
Gregory, I love your pictures I now live in Ne. and starting to collect pictures from Ohio I'm from Bucyrus I love barns and covered bridges keep up the good work...Patti
Linda 06-Sep-2008 15:49
Hello! I very much recognize the San Toy, OH covered bridge my dad, Jim Weiner, played on when a young boy. He was raised on that farm right there; the white house where he was born [1915],stands today. There are drawings & initials on the inside of the bridge carved by his brothers when children in the 1920-30's. I am so intrigued by the history of San Toy. My Mother, Doris Skeens Weiner, also grew up there [Portersville] & remembers San Toy's jail full every Saturday night--just like a western towns that you see in the movies! Well, enough about San Toy. Truly enjoyed your flicks. Linda Weiner Bennett
JERALD L. PHILLIPS 10-May-2008 18:10
Hi, greg nice pictures. Ive spent alot of time down around the bridge...and also myself have takin lots of pictures of it.I live here in monroe county and have my whole live.
Jamie Coulter 30-Jan-2008 14:33
Hi Greg,
Debbie sent me a link to get caught up. You guys are looking great. The pictures are fantastic!

Take care,
John Klages 19-Dec-2007 22:29
Your email address was given me by Nicole Knowlton of Columbus, who said the Knowlton bridge in Monroe County was built by a member of her family-grandfather, I believe. She visited my home, and saw many, many covered bridge pictures and books, including the one I wrote for the Fairfield Heritage Association in 1996, "Covered Bridges of Fairfield Copunty' Never got around to Monroe County although I started visiting and photographing Ohio's bridges in 1948, after I returned from WWLL. Will revisit your online galleries in the future. Your photography is top notch. John W. Klages, 2630 Sherwood Rd. Columb us, OH 43209
Marsha Hopkins 07-Nov-2007 01:17
Hi Greg,
Mom sent me some of the birthday pics and then I looked at your pictures.They are GREAT! I KNEW I had a very tallented brother-in-law!
Barry S Moore03-Oct-2007 10:44
Hi Greg, really enjoyed a visit to your galleries. Lots of good work here. Love the bridges.

Best wishes Barry
MissyM 02-Oct-2007 13:59
WOW Greg, You are gifted.
Really enjoyed your work. Especially the nature photos, they really draw you into them.

Missy Mitchell, Grafton, Ohio
Guest 20-Jun-2007 06:09
Pure talent.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:44
Your work is amazing!
Brian McKee 16-Oct-2006 14:13
Hi Greg, I really enjoyed looking through your entire gallery of superb photos. The covered bridges are great! You have obviously done a tremendous amount of work on this! Nice job! Best regards, Brian McKee
Guest 03-Oct-2006 23:57
Hi, just to say that I have enjoyed looking thru yr galleries.
Cheryl Sams O'Neill 25-Jul-2006 23:47
Hi Greg! Google is a fabulous thing, I was so excited to come across your webpage... I remember talking digital cameras with you at AmeriSouce in my old life. I'm so glad that you are getting out there and enjoying life and photography. Now that I live in Philadelphia, PA, looking at your wonderful photography has made me very nostalgic for my home state. All the best to you and your family! Cheryl Sams O'Neill
Jack 23-Jul-2006 20:54
I took my Mom on a visit back to her hometown of Lancaster for her 78th birthday in 2003.
After visiting the farm (or what's left of it) of an Uncle, she wanted to drive by the Rock Mill bridge she remembered. She was surprised to see that it was gone. So I had no reference of what it looked like. I'm gathering that it was torn down and now has been reconstructed as part of a park. Very nice photographs, thanks for putting them out on the internet! - Jack (orig. from Toledo!) in Fort Lauderdale
Guest 01-Jul-2006 12:29
Great Photo`s and Galleries
Tanya H28-Mar-2006 02:38
Beautiful Barn Gallery.
Ashley Hockenberry31-Oct-2005 01:32
Excellent work. Loved the covered bridges.
Keep up the good work. I love Ohio...actually I lived there for a summer.
Great state.

Ashley Hockenberry
Jeff Cochran06-Aug-2005 15:28
High quality galleries.
Guest 20-Jul-2005 00:35
Greg - Nice photos! I was happy to find a fellow "barn freak". Love your barn pictures. I just started my barn gallery last month and am having fun finding great old barns in SD - Minn. Good job! Lynne Williams
Karen Hooks 25-Mar-2005 04:28
Greg - Just love looking at all of your pictures! You should go into business! I am now dabbling a little in this (don't have the equipment you have but am having fun).
SMFord 04-Feb-2005 19:07
Greg is the only photographer I know who can take a photo that makes you feel you're right there. Awesome photos, Greg!
billy webb03-Jan-2005 06:34
Gregory, Your gallery is awsome! The attention to detail and processing is super! I have spent the last hour or so lost here! Being a medinian i recognize alot of the place you are shooting and i have to say you really make ohio look special! On a side note i was curious to see Hicking Hills state park. Its an excellant photo opportunity!
Ted Beede 14-Nov-2004 20:27
Greg, it was so great seeing you guys the other day, Dee ask me if I'd seen your gallerie site the you and Wayne had sent us, Hadn't seen it as of last night when checking emails, or just didn't click on the OLD brain that it was from you guys. They are awesome pics and galleries. You both should be very happy with your picture taking. But we already knew this from the pics you took of Karrie and Adam's wedding. They even made the comment that your's were better then the ones they paid for, and I would agree, they were great, we still have them on one of the hard drives on the computer. Well got to go..........cya later........God Bless.........Ted he girls will have to gget a time we can do something together............bye
Guest 10-Oct-2004 23:50
just wanted to say that i like your gallery on the covered bridges...
they are all really nice photos.....i would like to say thanks for
sharing that gallery with us all...
Kevin Thomas 13-Jul-2004 08:57
Loved the lake erie pics. I recognized the bridge where you guys where fishing at. Thats the bridge that crosses the channel at Gem beach! Enjoy your vacation!
Guest 10-Jul-2004 15:18
Thank you so much for sharing your photos of Ohio.
Your galleries are beautiful. Happy Shooting!!!
Mike C 31-May-2004 02:59
Mr. Hamilton,

You did well! I'm not sure if you are an STF member>forums>sony. Expect a lot of hits on your Alaska Cruise album as I provided a link to it in dpreview. I am an ex-Seattle Resident currently living in Denver. As such, I am very familiar with Vancouver and portions of the Inside Passage as well as Juneau. I enjoyed the shots under the "Lion's Gate" and of the cruise ships in the various harbors, fjords and inlets. I didn't realize that the Vancouver airport on Sea Island had been remodeled or replaced again. Keep on shooting and Thank's Again for sharing! Mike PS: The current generation of cruise ships are certainly much more oppulent than the "Fair Princess" (aka:FairSea)
S.Wayne 18-May-2004 20:00
Can Capture The Whole World In Just One Click
The Overmyers 10-May-2004 04:12
We think Greg Hamilton is the best photographer in the world! His eye for beauty is unsurpassed!