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William Von Gonten
Thank you for your kind comments
Happy New Year... and many happy shots in a new 2008. Thanks for Your support
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Enjoyed your pictures tremensously.
Timco van Brummelen
Greetings from New Jersey!
I've been visiting your galleries for about 2 yrs now.
Still as fresh and captivating as ever.
If I could take pictures or cook half a good as you, I'd be very happy.
You are a true encyclopedia... ¢¾
A lot of work in your galleries, bravo!
You desserved the first place sans contest
Thank you so much for stopping by and for making these kind comments...
I'll take it as a great compliment if you don't mind coming from such a talented artist like you..
Arno Meintjes Wildlife
Thank you very much for viewing and commenting on my wildlife images.
I appreciate your interest in wildlife.
Hello, have you got photos like that on page www.shop.royalpoland.com ?? We are looking for dried mushrooms photo gallery... What do you think?
Gorgeous photos. Really about the best I've ever seen. Just starting to learn dreamweaver and photoshop. Planning to film a documentary and may purchase a panasonic HVX200 camcorder. p24 film like HD. How in the world do I incorporate your masterful use of light and color in video????
You have amazing collection of pics..........Especially, I like your Pittsburg and Panorama gallery....... they are artistic and very much colourful....... Btw, thanks for your comment its very encouraging
Thanks for stopping buy...You left a kind message...I see you like to cook..I do..I just started posting some food pics...I enjoyed the butterflies...they are so mystical..and yep enjoyed the food pics..theirs notting like home made food...celibrate the dimming of the day
They are just regular water droplets from a spray bottle
When I'm around and out of food, I will come over and taste your mushrooms. Would that be okay?
Thak you for visiting ernmajo´s gallery. We´ll be back soon with more recipes, so stay in touch!
Thanks for visiting the Agra gallery. The food served in Mcdonalds in India is quite similar to that served in the US, except we do not get the yummy apple pies here. Also we do get some Indian themed items, with curry and spices. The non-veg is almost the same, but there is a lot more veggie stuff, usually patties made of potatoes. The only other difference I can think of is the quantity... the large here is the size of a medium there. :)
Very beautiful galleries. I like very much reportage and travel photos. You are very good in capturing atmosphere.
rsub8, I have commented on your images as a guest. Now I have my own account. It contains about 200 images of a road trip from the Seattle area to Moab, Utah. I'm slowly adding more images. Have a look:
Hi There......love the Bruford and Genesis pics...two of my fave bands.....nice work! Regards, from Penny Lane, Liverpool!
Saw your comment on the poison oak (I thought they were adding a direct reply option>>) and think I've missed people in the past. Yes, it can be kind of brutal on people that don't know what to expect. I've never caught it but that doesn't mean I won't at some point. The hills around here are full of it and the Big Sur and Point Lobos areas are choked with it in some places.
Holy Crap, man! You have comiled one of the finest home-cooking photo galleries I've seen! They're very comprehensive and informative, and I love the nice big pictures. I hope you continue to eat such good food and share the images with us. Thanks!
Saw Gabriel in 77 and 78, but sadly no photos :(. I remember the warmup bands were Television (e.g. with Tom Verlaine, etc.) and Jules and the Polar Bears, respectively. Both tours and warmup bands were awesome, have seen both Television (and solo bandmembers) and Jules Shear on later occasions. Gentle Giant were slightly diminished compared to their Playing the Fool live set, but tight and dynamic nonetheless. Have some more concert photos yet to add to gallery, when I get the chance. Thanks for visiting the gallery!
I loved your old concert pics, I saw Yes in'79, Peter Gabriel in '78. Would you happen to have caught those tours? I haven't met anyone who's even heard of Gentle Giant for years.
Hi Sal, Whew! 10 Photoshop books! That would be an awful lot to digest. I am still working on the tips from just ONE PS book! Now, cookbooks are a different thing altogether, mind you... To answer your question, all food is made in our home. There currently are no photos from restaurants, or restaurant food (only time we regularly eat out is breakfast - can't beat a nice diner and the bottomless cup of coffee). If there ever are, they will be clearly indicated as such. Thanks again.
Hi Phil, glad you enjoyed looking at our food photos. They make me hungry, too. Happy to hear you liked our asparagus recipe. Sometimes the simplest preparations are the best. Look forward to seeing some of your food photos in your gallery.
My wife and both enjoyed seeing your food shots and the additon of recipes is a great idea. By the time we saw all your photos we got so hungry we headed straight to the kitchen. And, we tried your approach to our most beloved veggie-asparagus, and really liked it. I was inspired to take some photos of my own and will continue to include the extra time to document our cooking forays. The photograph just make it possible to enhance the joy of cooking. Glad I found your site. WB
Hi! Thanks for you comments about my work & photoshop. As far as photoshop boks are concerned, I just bought about 10 of them!
But thanks a lot for taking the time to look at my pics. By the way, is all this great food you showcase coming from a restaurant or do you do this at home?
Thanks for visiting.
I'm not sure what the purple highlights in the Mt. St. Helens pics were.
I think the autolevels in Photoshop brought it out. I was pretty hazy that day.
I love mushrooms but I'm no vegetarian either.
thx 4 the fbk.
Plenty more where that came from! Just getting started here.
From a fellow Jersoid:
Just stumbled in, really enjoyed the mushroom and food galleries.
The duct tape window shot is hilarious!