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Country Perry 15-Mar-2014 13:11
After seeing a report on the California butterfly migration, I found your site by searching for "Painted Lady Butterfly". I am so impressed by the quality and number of photos. Just the dragonfly/damselfly gallery alone was amazing.

Thank you, Country
Guest 12-Feb-2010 22:46
Good work!! Had to say hello!!
Jim Smith
John Toren 05-Aug-2008 20:25
I saw a photo of a gray squirel that I'm wondering if I could use as a small illustration in a publication about Minnesota nature that I'm preparing?
John T
Scott beebe 13-Apr-2008 17:23
Hi Cheryl
I purchased #13 of 500 "Eagle and the old man" right after the old guy fell down and could not get back up. It is displayed right at our front door. People always comment on it..
I purchased it off the wall at the ??Mad River Tavern??.. Just thought I would pass this on to you.
Scott Beebe
Merrimack, NH.
Mary V 29-Jun-2006 02:35
Cheryl.....cannot believe that I am so blessed as to have such a sincere and talented friend and coworker. You are such an encouragement to me....You and your work are top notch...
Ashley Hockenberry15-Nov-2005 19:36
Awesome. Amazing collection of quality work.

Ashley Hockenberry
Jeff Cochran11-Mar-2005 18:57
Impressive collection.
Cheryl Johnson29-Jan-2004 21:56
Galen - I just read your message in my guestbook. Thanks! Cheryl
Essential17-Jan-2004 15:31
I like your album "Autumn 2003" , so colorful, nice.. :o)
Guest 31-Dec-2003 18:40
Fantastic! You do have an eye for photography. thanks so much for sharing
Shankar 16-Nov-2003 23:21
Great pictures!!!

What setup do you use for picture taking? Would appreciate reply or email on your camera setup.

Jim Sonia19-May-2003 12:38
I really like your galleries. I'm into birds and animals also. very nice work.
Bob Moul14-May-2003 01:00
Hi Cheryl, Just visited your galleries. Fantastic pix. You have a great eye for composition. I see we have similar interests in subjects. :) Good luck and keep clicking.
mymantra07-May-2003 03:07
Cheryl -
Thanks so much for the compliments on my gallery, I only saw them today - I swear I really wasn't ignoring you ! And in answer to your question, I played around a little with photography about twenty five years ago in late high school / early college. I had a Minolta SLR. I really enjoyed it, but never made much progress. I had gotten another SLR about 15 years ago, a Nikon, but really only used it for snapshots. When it quit working last summer, I figured it was time to go digital. I have really gone crazy over it - I've taken over 20,000 pictures since the end of August. I'm still learning, and loving every minute of it. Now, about YOUR gallery - you have captured some very wonderful images. The birds, butterflies and moths are beautiful, but I especially enjoyed your landscapes. You really have a good eye. The pictures of the covered bridges were particularly good. Anyway thanks again, and good luck on finding a Buckeye ! (In Pensacola, Fl last weekend, I must have seen a hundred !)
Cheryl Johnson01-May-2003 10:48
Thanks for the compliment!
Cheryl Johnson01-May-2003 10:46
Thanks for the compliment!
ceejay 01-May-2003 01:06
the pics are great!!!! :p I LOVE `EM!
Pete Ganzel29-Apr-2003 23:56

You certainly have an ambitious gallery, what with all the ----- of New Hampsire. Are you going to get them all?
Beautiful butterfly photos. Do you use natural light or flash?

Pete Ganzel
Amiee 29-Apr-2003 23:05
Thanks for the link, still am amazed at what that scope is capable of, have fun.
Guest 29-Apr-2003 18:07
Thanks Cheryl for leaving a comment in my guest book.

You asked what my equipment is:
Fuji S2, D-SLR, 85% or more of my images are taken with a fixed focus lens, 24mm which, because of the CCD size works out to a 35mm equivelant on a 35mm camera. I find a moderatly wide lens is the nuts and bolts of photography, any other lens is a specialty lens.

Nice pics too, broaden your horizons, there is a whole world out there.