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John Hollinger 14-Jul-2010 14:21
photography might be in the blood!
Guest 23-May-2008 03:18
thanks for the your style of photography...keep 8 up
Peter Hollinger 19-Mar-2008 11:33
Hi Peter,
thanks for showing us all those nice pictures.
I found your site because I was searching for mangosteen. And also, we have exactly the same name.
pstone04-Jan-2008 02:57
Hi Peter, thanks for taking the time to comment , you have a great collection of very interesting subjects sure to keep me busy browsing thru them, thanks again
Sam X01-Jan-2008 04:14
Happy New Year... and many happy shots in a new 2008. Thanks for Your support
Guest 15-Jun-2007 09:54
Very impressive.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 06:59
In awe.
glenn Batkin 08-Sep-2006 16:58
thanks for the spider compliment.
do you want it for your bug site?
rsub801-Sep-2006 01:06
the best s-curve on the thread... thanks for posting!
tonyshifflett13-Aug-2006 01:25
Thanks for the kind words. The Bobcat was captive and I was messing around with a new lens I had bought. It came out ok. The cat was behind a chicken wire type fence. Since I live here in the city any wildlife is better than nothing. Tony
Guest 17-Jul-2006 03:43
thanks for your comment. you have a lot of great pics here. especially liked the ones of new england (my second favorite place next to texas). your mt. auburn cemetery pics were especially nice. i have some family buried there you might stumble upon in your travels....keep up the good work!
Guest 20-Jun-2006 08:10
Irene Firck19-Feb-2006 08:07
Hi Peter, thanks for the kind comments on my gallery. You've got some great, colourful images here. I'll be back.
Kind regards,
Pablo Yez18-Feb-2006 03:09
Thanks for your comments. I loved your Greenland gallery - I love these type of landscapes, a few years ago I flew over Greenland and was completelty mesmerized by the view out my window (FYI - I'm a geologist). I'd love to go an visit sometime, for now I'll have to content myself with my recent trip to Patagonia.

BTW - I answered your question regarding - - Your turn now - what is pictured in "disks"?
Guy Bruyea13-Feb-2006 14:20
Peter, thanks for your comment on my heron images. I look forward to perusing your galleries today. Cheers, -Guy
Naomi 12-Jan-2006 11:36
thanks for commenting on my "neon" spider. You have some nice photos, and I'll browse through your galleries as I have time.
Lloyd & Sandy Spitalnik07-Jan-2006 22:41
Hi Peter, thanks for the kind comment on my owl picture. Most people can't believe the amount of wildlife in Central Park. The good (and bad) thing is that there are always so many birders/nature lovers around, that news of an owl or rare bird/butterfly etc spreads very quickly.
Ed Knepley27-Nov-2005 23:23
Peter, Thanks for the correction to my incorrectly labeled lady's slipper at - I changed it to "Showy".
Ed K.
Guest 25-Nov-2005 16:28
Thanks for your vote and compliment on my frost and fog picture, they are much appreciated..
Wolfgang Wander07-Nov-2005 01:33
Thanks so much Peter for your helpful ID tips on these dragonflies.
I just love to watch these great predators zooming around me and enjoy their colors...

akpolarmom 26-Sep-2005 05:01
Peter ,
Your pictures made me sick.... HOME SICK that is I grew up in Scoresbysund, now reciding in North Pole Alaska. I wish you had more pics from there as I would love to see how the town has developed since I left. I left in 1972 and truely miss it. I helped raise orphaned polar bears and had my own dogteam. Thanks for sharing,
Ps Would love to hear from you.
Craig Hullinger 14-Aug-2005 22:34
Wonderful photographs of Romania.

I wonder if you were aware of the fact that a large number of Hollingers living in Romania were killed in the Holocaust in WW II?!ut/p/_s.7_0_A/7_0_24P

Most of our Hollinger (Hullinger) history is protestant, from Aargau

I don't know the connection to Romania.
Brando Ho07-Aug-2005 03:29
Hello Peter,
I like your "PaD" gallery, great mixture of subjects. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing!!
uchenna okoro 16-Jul-2005 11:35
Hi bruce You have a lot of pictures of birds. Birds are very interesting.
i like it thanks for that.
Guest 29-Jun-2005 14:22

nice homepage you've got!
keep up the good work

Kjell Bleivik 07-Jun-2005 15:18
Hi Peter,
so you can more more than simulate economic models. I never forget a simulation that was unstable. You moved a term from one side of the equation to the other and the solution converged. What about the n-dimensional timeseries in TROLL? Nice feature.

You have a lot of pictures of birds. Birds are very interesting animals. I once decided to study birds, but instead ended up studying economics and mathematics. But with I have a birdseye view of the economy.

"He said the only thing that did not lie was mathematics, simply because it could not".
Quote from Reminiscenses of a stock operator.

Kjell Bleivik

Bruce Campbell Sr16-May-2005 15:08
Outstanding galleries Peter! Thanks for identifying our Madagascar periwinkle. Thanks and cheers...Bruce Campbell...brchsc
Dominic Cantin15-May-2005 04:39
Very nice galleries Peter !
I especialy liked the bugs ! They're realy neat !
Keep shooting !
Dominic :)
henrywong12-May-2005 04:55
HI Peter, thanks a lot for your kind comments on my Hummers. Yes, the left one is the female, the male was attcking her from right...
I enjoy viewing of your wonderful site, exellent works!
Guest 05-May-2005 20:25
some wonderful stuff here,enjoyed looking ,will be back so keep up thte excellent work
Hanna 18-Mar-2005 17:28
Peter, greatly enjoyed your marvelous photographs, made me nostalgic for Indonesia and Yvoire but also admire your artistic and technical skills. Would like to see more of your childhood photographs -- remember you well. Best regards to your whole family and to the Yvoirians. Would love to hear from them. Hanna
Guest 16-Mar-2005 17:43
Some real great stuff. Thanks
Guest 17-Feb-2005 14:42

Loved your Anura game - thank you for the link. Can't say I was that good at solving the puzzle, though! Thank you for stopping by my albums, and for sharing yours.

Marijka30-Jan-2005 04:23
Peter.... you have a most interesting collection of work--- i have set you as a favourite... must come back and check it out in more detail when I'm a bit more awake!!
Enjoy your evening!!
Guest 23-Jan-2005 15:45
Thanks for visiting my Photo-a-Day, and thanks for your kind words. Your galleries are absoluely excellent, I feel your words are high praise. Thanks Again Gary Myers
rsub821-Dec-2004 23:58
Hi Peter, thanks for visiting my gallery, your kind comments, and also sharing your photos. I am going to look through your gallery more thoroughly later. There are a lot of very nice images here. Rob
Coleen Perilloux Landry15-Dec-2004 04:44
Thank you for the kind words about my pictures. I am such a dummy with digital technology and I have two genius nieces at it. I have a relative on Wyman Road in Cambridge--are you familiar with the area. Cambridge has such wonderful scenery and structures to photograph and you do them so well. Coleen
james200211-Dec-2004 00:36
Hi Peter, thanks for visiting my gallery and the kind words. All of the pictures were 4 second exposures and the camera movement was intentional for the effect. There were multiple fireworks in that 4 secs which added to the effect. Now on to the important stuff.. You have a lot of great photos here, but I think my favorites are the B&W (especially the one of the boy and girl in the water). They are priceless and have so much character. JMH
Guest 09-Dec-2004 12:36
it was so nice for you to leave your comment on my image. You have great pictures here. I really like the "Sheep" you took in Iceland. Keep up the good shots.
Don Guo08-Dec-2004 09:17
Thanks for visiting my galleries and your kind comment.
Your galleries are very interesting especially for lot of great shot about nature,well done!


Don Guo
Winson Lim03-Nov-2004 16:30
Greetings Peter,
Thank you for dropping by my gallery. Beautiful gallery you have, especially those cool travel shots. Interesting indeed. Thanks for sharing.

Winson Lim
Lisa21-Oct-2004 19:22
Thanks, Peter. We have had a turtle or two cross the road where we live. It is kind of strange to see as we are in the middle of the woods where you would expect to see a deer crossing the road.
Guest 20-Oct-2004 00:35
Wow - You've been around! Your photo galleries speak of a full life indeed. I will have to make repeated visits. :) Thanks for stopping in on my galleries, and for leaving a trail back to you!
Tom Murray02-Oct-2004 02:15
Thanks for visiting my site. You have nice galleries giving us a view of your travels.
I'm impressed with the Greenland pictures. Makes me want to go there soon.
This year I've been taking lots of insect pictures, and am starting to learn about them.
There are just so many different ones, it's hard to get them identified to more than just genus or family. Keep up the good work.
alexeig24-Sep-2004 18:58

Many thanks for visiting my galleries and for voting. This helped me to discover a part of your world. Some of your macros and Amsterdam pics are really fantastic. I definitely shall be back


Carolyn 16-Aug-2004 21:49
thanks for the lovely shots and memories of Christian and Julie's wedding, you captured some beauties! I have just spent the last hour viewing some of your galleries. so much enjoy the pictures of faces that I recall and that I have not seen in such a long time, your mom, Dora, Michael, is that Roger Sallom? Phil's wedding.... so that's what he's been up to! Ronda- I was there also and so wonderful seeing that gorgeous place again. Keep this up Peter I love it.
Martha Lange 06-May-2004 23:26
Thanks for sharing your pictures. The trip to Greenland was an adventure of a life time.
Cathy 17-Apr-2004 03:50
You are the coolest!!! Great Shots