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Great work, Ken. Our company would like to get permission to use your photo of a NWFD fire truck in a press release on our website (https://converus.com). Happy to give proper credit. You can reach me at: jpizzino at Converus.com
Wonderfull pictures! Thanks for taking!
Thank you for your Service! I know that I will stay in the military until they kick me out!! Love every day and every moment of it. I started in 2003, enlisted to Officer in 2009 and we see how the rest of my time in the military will come together!
Paul E. Springer Digital Photography
Enjoyed your gallries will come and visit them again.
Some good stuff, Ken! I think you must be the same fella Jim Butler is talking about. He informed me of your Vegas Rails site, if memory serves me correctly.
Very interesting galleries that are telling a lot of stories. The writeups are really meaningful and add to them too. So keep it up, these are so much better than flower and bug shots. I'll visit more to see how these are going, and thanks for commenting on mine.
Keep moving forward. I can see that you have a lot of potential.
Ken, I look forward to seeing all of your photos, they are very exciting and fun to look at.
You do wonderful work, keep it up.
I placed your vegas gallery in my topic gallery 'ThisCityNeverSleeps'
That night of the lightening strikes, a lightening bolt struck the Stratosphere, a news show channel three was airing it the next day.
They have a lightening rod at the top of the Stratosphere!
That was one very wild night!!
Nice gallery, Ken!
I really liked the train photos, and the "cloud factory" shot.
Keep up the good work, sir!
Thanks for visiting my gallery. The old USAF wing in the clouds still does make a pretty sight. Congratulations on 28 years in the USAF too- thats outstanding.
Thanks for sharing your work.
Love the rails!
Looking forward to watching your site grow.
I like in & around the desert most of my young years & enjoy seeing again even if through someone elses eyes.