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It was nice to see the birds of Africa...I am from the Smoky Mountains of TN. Built our home after it was framed in, where I used mose of my artistic tallent decorating and oil painting pictures that matched. Turning my attention to the garden later adding more and more, accidentially creating a habitat for Anolis Carolinensis Lizards. Watergardening, small trees and schrubs added to the property ajoining the Foothills to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. All the rocks, water, and plants they like, but I enjoy photographing them, and the fact they eat the pests in the garden. My account has expired, but view Gourley Garden, or Private Paradise
Hi Steve - thanks so much for sending me this link. I have spent over an hour, positively drooling over the pics. Where are you based? CT? Your work is jaw-droppingly beautiful and it's brought 'home' to me in my dreams tonight. Thanks so much.
Steve you galleries is outstanding, it is, if not some of the best work I have ever come across. Your work is inspirational. Admiration is all I can say.
PS. Is Vernon Bailey by any chance related to you, he is from Zambia.
Lovely photos. I'm glad I came across them.
Thanks for your great comment Steve. For my lions, I take a pictures in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. I was two months in South Africa. it's beautiful country. You have also a great collection photos.
Note you have been doing some timetraveling again. Thanks for these 2004 photos with the green Kalahari. We will see it like this, after the lovely rain they had, when we go in April this year.
Wonderful collection of great photo! I have really enjoyed my visit! Missy
Hi Steve up to your usual high standard, liked the commentry, makes me homesick.
Regards to all.
killiecrankie!! A famous Scots Battle against the Old Enemy!
Hi Steve. I love the galleries you posted up here. Especially the HDR gallerie. I have a question. As a beginners I would like to know how you make a HDR photo of moving subjects?
I shall unashamedly praise Mr B for the following. Great images, great slagger and I mean that in a positive note, as he has taught me so much that it has improved my images and technique and has given me the confidence to crit, be critted in a fair honest and decent manner. He still is a #$%^ but a great and lovable one. Thanks steve. Rudes
Very nice collection of photos Steve
One of the best photo collections here.
Thanks for the wonderful galleries, brilliant series of shots.......your patience has paid you well
was sniffing arround again, I like very much the logo make-over on your galleries.
The HDR's are stunning and shows you what can be done without overdoing it.
Happy Birthday to you and may many, many more come so you can present us all some more fruits of your passion.
regards ;-) Michael
Can I just say that you're awesome?
Absolutely fantastic! It is a rare pleasure to find a collection on the internet with such consistant beauty. Your compositions on all photos were very artistic. I really enjoyed these photos.
Hi Steve, it was a great pleasure to browse your images. Some of them are really great. Best regards, Hans
Sorry Steve, I see my son's name of this site, but the greeting was from Lin
I like to send you and your family and Merry Christmas and a happy new year. Hope to see plenty of your amazing photos on p/base in 2007
Ahhhhh Steve!!! What pleasure your photographs bring to one who longs to visit Africa.
From the most dramatic wildlife shots to the delicate 'mood' photographs - an awesome expanse of enjoyment for my eyes. THANK YOU.
This is the first time I have visited your site. Absolutely amazing pictures. I can actually 'smell' Africa just by looking at your fabulous pics. Great stuff. I'll be visiting your site often and will tell many friends.
Pretty good site. Nat
I have book marked your galleries so that I can come back to them. Outstanding galleries.
You have some wonderful images and I enjoyed visiting your galleries. Isn't it wonderful that we can share our love of photography here on PBase?
Great photo`s and galleries..
I dream of being able to take photo`s like you have, it must be amazing..
thank you so much for the info, makes planning easier
Been back to look at your pix again, they are just awesome. Love the one 'grounding' as it happend on our doorstep in Blouberg. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos
Arno Meintjes Wildlife
Steve, not nearly 11 months. We go about 4 days per week BUT for the last +- 22 years.
We got about 6,000 images on file. All of that only because we love nature and the animals.Arno
Arno Meintjes Wildlife
Steve thank you for the visit and comment on the Leopards.Arno
Nothing more to add. Great galleries.
Now this is an amazing collection of photographs.
Steve I am impressed !!!!!!!
The other name I go by is petrus
Chat to you soon.
I was lured to your gallery by comments made on our site.
Your work is very high standard and I enjoy looking through them.
I share your passion and would like to compliment you on it.
Well done. Also hope to see more of you on www.outdoorphoto.co.za
Hi Steve, Ralph here from Full Circle Mag. Your photography is of a very high standard. I'm impresed. Best of luck. Keep in touch.
i'm a photographer from China. i like your photos very much. i like to take photos for birds. i hope we can keep in touch with each other and share photos about wide animals. please tell me you E-mail. i'd like to send you some photos taken by me and i hope you'll like them.
INTERESTING TO SEE ROUHEL FEINSTEIN COMMENT ON YOUR WORK
HE TO IS A SOUTH AFRICAN........ BUT AN AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER OF CLASSIC CARS AND AUTO ART ALSO GREAT WORK
DO YOU EVER VISIT THE USA--- NEW YORK I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN PUBLISHING YOUR WORK
I am an ex south african living in los angeles YOU MAKE ME HOMESICK
Thanks for commenting on my shots, particularly the lion attacking the elephant in Chobe NP.
You might be interested to know that the young elephant had been seen by itself on both sides of the Chobe river during the previous day and the speculation was that its mother must have died. The adult male elephant that was with it didn't try very hard to defend it.
You have many wonderful shots in your galleries. I'm envious of your location - it takes me 24 sleepless hours and A$2000 to get to Sth Africa.
Regtig baie mooi Steve!
This is one of the most inspiring galleries I have seen, Steve. I am awed seeing how you show love for almost everything you photograph.
Your street people gallery is special.
Some magnificent shots you can see you have time on your hands!!
You have the most amassing collection of wild life shots. I really enjoyed the shots.
I've been an admirer of your wonderful works for years now, guess I have been following you around through various venues and I was so glad to come across your beautiful galleries here, I've had lots of enjoyment visiting and admiring your photographs Steve - thank you.
Amazing...I love your pictures¡I
Wow Steve !!! You are such an insperation ....Every picture a killer
Wonderful wildlife shots. Hard not to envy your 500mm lens.
Excellent Mr B - you are a very fine photographer.