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Thanks John, for the comment on my Oregon High Desert gallery. I cruised through some of your galleries. I'll be back for more...
Yes, The Lamar is a very popular spot in the Winter. I lost count of all the people using spotting scopes attempting to spot some wolves. I never saw any that day, but was told there was a pack near by, by one of the Rangers...
Hi John - I love all your photos. Great work and very artistic. Your work is truly outstanding and offers the viewer an emotional response. I have a solo art show scheduled in Los Angeles which I am currently working on a series of works. All on museum wrapped canvases over 36"x36" in size. I'm excited and would love to send you and Pam an invite. I seem to have lost your phone number as the number in my phone rings up someone in California. Can you e-mail me with your current contact # and mailing address. You both were greatly missed recently. Love, your cousin, Georgia
Excellent galleries ... intelligence, humanity, and humor ! Brfavo !
Laura aka sunsetsailor
Just so you know, I bookmarked this page several years ago and I visit it on a regular basis John just to keep up with your progress after you moved on... good stuff here, I am never disappointed.
Thank you John!
Love your galleries.
John....Really enjoy your web-site..funny.
Hi John, We got snow on Monday and Tues, I bet it is a lot more sugar coated now. :-)
Hi John...just wanted to let you know, in regards to 'Your Travels Through Life' yarn...I think you might wrong:) I heard on the radio last night all the Bull Elk, at least those here in Colorado, were up high in the mountains watching the Bronco's on thier new high def, big screen TV....the 'harem' was not invited:) However, I did see many stranglers down in some of the valley's....those that did not care for the Bronco's probably...
Thank you for your nice comment on my 'testing skills' image...in reality, those are the youngins that are not invited to watch the games:)
Wow I love these pics. I stumbled on your website looking for someone on google lol.
Hello John. I appreciate you looking a my pics. Seems like an honor. You have a fantastic talent. Thank you.
These galleries are a gift, you capture those moments in one's heart rounding the corner from Lake Crescent with its swimming area at the far end, through Forks, past Ruby Beach, to Kalaloch. Thank you for sharing your journey, and reminding me of life out there in the mist. Your work has changed my day and put me in a much better place.
Just stopped in to wander around a bit.
Your opening story about the elk is just heart-warming!!
Hope they stay around a long time!
You are right! I am the worst at remembering where we were. The obvious ones are easy, but we shot so many "fall, mountain views" I cant keep it straight.
Really nice art. Breath taking. Thanks for inviting me over. Some of my favs where your Gulls Flight, horses,ships, mountains, well just all of your art...I could go on forever. I used to chase trains a good bit and had some cool shots, but on film, so I really enjoyed chasing trains with you. So glad to keep in touch thru WuG. Hope to visit some of those places this summer when I ride my motorcycle out West.
Connie P., PA
Found your gallery quite by accident. Absolutely breathtaking. The Northwest USA is so beautiful and you have captured some of the many "faces" of it. Hope to get back to the area, Whidbey Island, next summer. Will come back often to your gallery to check additions.
Thank you for the opportunity to view our country through your eyes.
Some amazing galleries you have. Very Interesting!
When I view many of your photographs, it becomes a sensual experience in the fact that it
causes my other senses to be stimulated. As I looked at the photo, Bogachiel River Fog, I could feel the damp moisture on my face, smell that damp, evergreen air. Do you ever sell copies of your photos? I would love to have a copy of that one.
many thanks for your kind entry in my guestbook and for the comments made to some of my pics. Well, what can I say, I have seen your landscape shots and they are just amazing. I still do not have the abilities to do such great photos. I like all your galleries but I like the Route 66 most. Mabe because the 66 is a legend and I always wanted to go there and have a ride with my motorbike. Unfortunately it's some thousand miles away ;-)
Keep on shooting ;-)
Bye for now