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Paul Olsson 14-Jan-2008 09:49
Hello ! My name is Paul M. Olsson, and I am writing you this from Sweden. YOu have some very stunning images of Texas wildflowers, and I am absolutely intrigued by the Scarlet Musk Flower ( Nyctaginea capitata ). I have for a long time tried to find a seed source for this wonderful plant, but have so far not had any luck, so I wonder if it would be too much to ask if you could try to collect some seeds for me this coming season, which I'd be glad to pay for. With best regards,

Paul Olsson
Regine Obrok/Germany 04-Dec-2006 07:41
Psalm 143, 8
Dear friend, your storm photos show how fragile we are. We need God's protection but first of all His forgiveness, because without our sins being forgiven, we are unable to get in genuine contact with our heavenly father.
May the Lord protect you, my friend so that you can take many more beautiful photos showing the wonders of life.
Cordially yours,
Devrim Oskay 24-Jul-2005 16:19
Dear Triebel,
I have a webpage about honey bees ( ) I would like to put your Coral vine picture on my photo gallery. if you give me permision about that I will grateful to you.
Best regard
Shoshana 06-Oct-2004 04:19
Cool pics.

Just a note tho- damage was much more widespread than what you have mentioned. I was in driving from the airport at the time and had just turned east on 290 from 183 when the lights all went out along 290. Powerlines were on the road, telephone poles and wooden signs were snapped off and lying in the road. It hailed all along 290 from north of 183 to Parmer. Trees and branches were in the road in Harris Branch, hail was piled up along the side of the road on Parmer between Harris Branch and Dessau. Between Dessau and I35, north of Parmer, almost all the houses had roof damage and fence damage. I'd say 98% of the houses in Harris Ridge and Harris Ridge Village got new roofs.

The powerline over I35 went down south of Parmer, and of course the area you mentioned was damaged too.

Jeffrey Lewis Knapp25-Dec-2003 16:05
Merry Christmas Roxy Triebel!
Jeffrey Lewis Knapp06-Aug-2003 03:12
thanks for your comment. you have some wonderful work here!

Jeff Knapp