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Guest 25-Jul-2010 17:16
Als je van vlinders houdt!'s/Borneo/index.html
karlc16-May-2009 07:34
A tous les fans de Douzi: cette page n'est pas pour poster des messages au sujet du chanteur Douzi, pour cela utilisez la galerie 'Douzi'. Merci.
Richard Haas 06-Aug-2006 12:09
Could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Chloe Shipman 17-Apr-2006 12:06
Hi Karl

We're currently putting on a amateur production of Spring Awakening at my university (Warwick) and we have totally fallen in love with your picture of the sculpture 'girl running'. We'd really love to use it in our publicity (which would just be a few posters and flyers around campus). Unfortunately its a really low budget production and we couldn't afford to pay you anything, we'd be happy to credit you on the posters or in the programme for the production. We'd be so grateful if you'd permit us to use the photo, it really is absolutely beautiful. If you could contact me and let me know I'd really appreciate it. Thanks, Chloe
Ken 13-Jan-2006 19:43
Love the picture of chinese ballet using the Rebel XT, just wonder which len's did you use?
Neke Moor 21-Apr-2005 11:40
Hello Karl,

I found the photo of the sculpture "Girl Running" by Kurt Gebauer through Every day I write a drabble (a story of 100 words) inspired by a work of art for my weblog "A Day At The Museum", which can be found here: I always make a link to an online image of the artpiece. I haven't had a chance to take a closer look at the other photos, but they look pretty good. I hope it's okay if I bookmark you.
Krommenaas 21-Feb-2004 00:38
just wanna say, great pics of Antwerp! found one via Google and then admired the rest of them. really nice photography; adding small objects in front of monuments/bigger views, nice eye for detail, gotta try to think of that too :)
Guest 25-Jul-2003 22:05
Hi Karlic.
The photo you refer to was taken with a canon eos10d with a sigma 105mm macro lens.I have never met such a tame one, it must have stayed put for at least 10 mins. Glad you like it.
Regards, John.