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Website:
www.bergmannphotography.com
Gender:
I knew before the Radiation... 
Location:
Imperial Beach, CA 
Birthday:
19 Dec 1980 (37 years) 
Membership:
07/19/05 1:57 AM GMT12/22/10 2:26 AM GMT 

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.Genver
03/01/08 2:04 AM GMT
The comment on "View of the coast and sea" was appreciated,thanks much for the visit.
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.Genver
03/01/08 2:27 AM GMT
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on "Rocks and sea",much appreciated.
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::dleuty
03/01/08 5:03 AM GMT
Thanks for dropping in on Covered Bridge. Everyone of these that I have ever seen have a distinct local signature. I've never seen two that were alike, even in the same county.

Also, glad you liked the miniature daffodil. These are only about half the size of the full gown variety so my chin got a little dirty.

How's the star boarder doing?

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"There are two way’s of exerting one’s strength; one is pushing down, the other is pushing up." Booker T Washington
::dleuty
03/01/08 5:11 AM GMT
I don't know what it is but it is colorful all year long. It blooms in late winter with blue-green leaves. After blooming, the leaves turn purple. In the fall they turn deep crimson. I can't call it deciduous because the leaves never fall off. or at least never all at once.

Thanks for the look-see.

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"There are two way’s of exerting one’s strength; one is pushing down, the other is pushing up." Booker T Washington
::dleuty
03/01/08 5:20 AM GMT
If you read Hawthorne's book, you would easily see how Clifford Pyncheon could migrate through the house once you saw the tight hidden passageways. The history of the house is almost as interesting as Hawthorne's portrayal.
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"There are two way’s of exerting one’s strength; one is pushing down, the other is pushing up." Booker T Washington
.Mythmaker
03/01/08 6:38 AM GMT
G'day John,
Glad you liked the cloud, it might turn up again some time, maybe in a manip.
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As fast as winds. As calm as forest. As aggressive as fire. As steady as mountain. Sun Tzu
::boremachine
03/01/08 10:21 AM GMT
thanks John for your nice comment on 'Into The Void' ;o)
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If you have some minutes why don't you come visiting my gallery ?
::lilu103
03/01/08 11:55 PM GMT
Thanks :) I'm glad you liked "alone" :))) (but you knew before the radiation )
'Lisa
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::boremachine
03/02/08 9:15 PM GMT
Thanks for your nice visit at 'Break' ;o)
i took it at a wildpark called Herberstein in Styria, Austria.
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If you have some minutes why don't you come visiting my gallery ?
::dleuty
03/02/08 11:52 PM GMT
Thanks for you opinion on the rework, John. Perhaps I should have left off the text, but I just finished re-reading Walden, and these words just wouldn't leave my mind. I'll post the final edition and delete the original and the rework in a day or two.

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"In wildness is the preservation of the world." -- Henry David Thoreau
::lilu103
03/02/08 11:52 PM GMT
I appreciate your compliment on Life, the Universe and Everything... :)
'Lisa
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::dleuty
03/03/08 12:16 AM GMT
Thanks for dropping by Thoreau's Walden Pond, John. This was one of the victims of "Snapshot Wars". It is easy to understand his fascination with this place throughout his life.
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"In wildness is the preservation of the world." -- Henry David Thoreau
.Corconia
03/03/08 6:31 AM GMT
Hi John, Cheers for your comments on 'Rocky Beach'. Greatly appreciated!
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Why not visit my Gallery.
::dleuty
03/03/08 8:14 AM GMT
The Fruit of the Lemon was shot at 1/4 sec & f/22, ISO 800, just so I could get enough DOF to cover the little lemon and the lead blossom. A smaller f/stop would sharpness resulted in some noticeable sharpness from the refractive effect of the lenses iris. I wasn't willing to accept any more noise bu going to ISO 1600.

Thanks for the lovely comments.

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"In wildness is the preservation of the world." -- Henry David Thoreau
.Genver
03/03/08 12:00 AM GMT
Thanks for leaving a nice comment on "Gathering of geese",much appreciated.
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::egggray
03/05/08 3:14 AM GMT
Thank you for taking the time to comment on my 'Golden Eagle' photo. I do appreciate it.
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Please visit my website to view my online photo gallery, also look at my "watch list" for other Caedes members.
::boremachine
03/05/08 7:31 PM GMT
I know what you mean after watching some screenshots.
Hope you are not traumatized playing such an 'ugly' game ;o)
Thanks John for your nice comment on 'Double Headed Dragon'!
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If you have some minutes why don't you come visiting my gallery ?
::dleuty
03/10/08 2:58 PM GMT
Spring has sprung,
The grass has riz;
I wonder where,
The ponies is. -- Ode to the Fifth Race a Aquaduct.

Thanks,

don

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"In wildness is the preservation of the world." -- Henry David Thoreau
::egggray
03/13/08 12:47 AM GMT
Thank you so much John, for commenting on my "Tufted Titmouse" photo. I never thought it would get such a high c-index. I am pleased that you enjoy my bird photos. Can't wait for the Hummingbirds to show up.
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Please visit my website to view my online photo gallery, also look at my "watch list" for other Caedes members. http://www.redbubble.com/people/ziggy7
::dleuty
03/22/08 1:00 AM GMT
Thanks, John. As you know, I walk to the beat of a different drummer. It is enough for me to know that it was appreciated. It does not need to be appreciated by a majority. I got the satisfaction of overcoming the obstacles of lighting and photographing a shiny object.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/05/08 7:28 AM GMT
Thanks, John. "Rhododendron Sea" is just one of many clusters of Rhoddies in the royal garden. So many varieties. It was almost unbelievable. It was a very windy day and they all danced on the wind.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/06/08 12:44 AM GMT
Hey, John

It's the English translation of the Chilean colloquialism for the plant. I'm curious how the plant got the name. Thanks for dropping by.

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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/06/08 12:48 AM GMT
The "Begonia" Rex goes by the common names of Queen Alexandra Begonia, King Begonia, Painted Begonia, Beefsteak Geranium, and Painted Leaf Begonia. This one's flower were 6-8cm across. I've never seen one that large, before. It is about four times the sized of the bronze-leaf begonias in our flower beds. Thanks for you valuable comment, John.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/06/08 12:52 AM GMT
Thanks for dropping by "Purple Pillow", John. It's easy to see why they received the queens award.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/06/08 1:05 AM GMT
Thanks, John. "Brilliant Red Hybrid" is just one of many varieties in the royal gardens.

I used the Rebel Digital EOS for all the 6mb stuff. The 1200 x 1600 shots are the Nikon Coolpix.

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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/06/08 1:20 AM GMT
Thanks for commenting on "Gunnera Manicata", John. Your comments are valued highly. At 27 lbs., that has to be the biggest flower on earth. The stalks are covered with giant thorns.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/06/08 1:43 AM GMT
Glad you enjoyed your visit to "Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinbergh". Thanks for your comment, John.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
.Genver
06/06/08 4:23 PM GMT
Thank you for leaving a nice comment on "Orange Rose",it's very nice of you.
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::dleuty
06/08/08 2:17 AM GMT
Glad you liked Fountains Abbey and "What Once Was" 600 years o gravity has really had its impact on the old place.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
.shorto
06/08/08 3:19 AM GMT
Hi John, thanks for commenting on "Sydney Opera House". I really appreciate it!
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For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 MY GALLERY
::dleuty
06/08/08 3:30 AM GMT
Thanks for visiting "The Dove Tree", John. The wife thought this was a fabulous tree...complete with its own toilet paper. :D
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/08/08 4:12 AM GMT
Thanks for your comment on "Nelson's Monument", Ann. It has a commanding view of Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
.lvld
06/08/08 6:38 AM GMT
Thanks for leaving nice words on "light house",much appreciated
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WHM.
.Genver
06/11/08 12:33 AM GMT
Thank you very much for the nice words on "Lonely Swan 2".
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::dleuty
06/11/08 7:43 PM GMT
Many thanks for your comment on the "Tyne Bridge", John. I found it interesting that the locals named it so. There are three bridges in the photo and I was standing on the Millenium Bridge...all on the Tyne, of course. The little red one in the background replaced the old Roman bridge. Kind of neat. It pivots in the center to let ships pass.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
.vlad421
06/11/08 8:14 PM GMT
Aloha John,
many thanks for your comments on some of my images. I appreciate the advice.. glad to hear some things I can do to make my images better... always appreciated.
peace
vlad
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::dleuty
06/12/08 2:09 PM GMT
Thanks, John. The Chester site site is amazing. All that is left is the rock work and a couple of iron grates. Almost 2 millenia have passed. What wasn't stone or metal or carried off was buried and turned to dust. England climate is not kind to artifacts.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/13/08 7:57 PM GMT
Many thanks for your fine comment on "Roman Bath", John. The only Roman bath that I can think of that is better is the bath on the Palantine Hill in Rome....but it is sequestered from public view. You can actually walk among these stones.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/16/08 5:45 AM GMT
Thanks for your comment on "Studley Stumps", John. The clouds moved in to produce the needed almost shadowless light.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/16/08 5:48 AM GMT
Thanks for dropping by "Barrack Block". It was most interesting to walk among the ghosts of the past.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/16/08 6:00 AM GMT
Thanks for your comment on "Fountains Mill", John. Although I had posted a couple of images while in England, I thought I would open this series small and increase the subject size a little at a time until I actually present the abbey.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
.Genver
06/16/08 8:44 PM GMT
Thank you for leaving a nice comment on "Red Rose",it's very appreciated.
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::salhag71
06/18/08 12:27 AM GMT
Thanks John for your comment on my photo "Helmsley Castle #4"
It really was one of the best i`ve seen.
I`m just glad i did not lose my Camera down the old collapsed well
(that well teach me to have the camera strap fixed on
~ ha ha )

Thanks again.
Steve
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::dleuty
06/23/08 4:12 AM GMT
Many thanks, John. The York Minster is the largest Gothic church in Europe. The front of the building is most impressive, however, there was scaffolding in place for restorative work. I had to be content with shooting the west towers.

Yorks narrow streets and the Minster's close proximity to several bus stops whittle down ones options on the west facade.

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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
::dleuty
06/23/08 4:45 AM GMT
Many thanks, John. "York Minster Tower" is another of the many towers of the Minster. Each has a subtle difference that matches the time period that it was built.
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"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." -- Benjamin Franklin
.Genver
06/30/08 7:07 PM GMT
Thank you very much for the kind words on "Crocodile of the Nile".
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::dleuty
06/30/08 10:40 PM GMT
Just goes to prove that I was right all along. I'm better at gab than snapshots. You have to admit, that first step is a doozy. Thanks for the peek, John.
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There is no substitute for genuine lack of preparation.
::dleuty
06/30/08 10:48 PM GMT
>> Its funny that prickly cacti have some of the most beautiful blooms in nature

Hmmm. I've known a few girls like that. Do you suppose there is a correlation?
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There is no substitute for genuine lack of preparation.
::dleuty
06/30/08 11:04 PM GMT
Nope. the new body came the day after I got back from ABQ. As far as I can tell, you'll never be able to distinguish which body I'm using. Only this hairdresser will know for sure.
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There is no substitute for genuine lack of preparation.
::dleuty
06/30/08 11:29 PM GMT
Thanks for your comment on "Saint Margaret's Cloth", John.
I have begun work on some of the windows I photographed with my trusty Coolpix.
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There is no substitute for genuine lack of preparation.
::dleuty
06/30/08 11:41 PM GMT
Thanks for dropping by "Summer's Here", John. I raised this from a seed. The blossoms get almost as big as a pie tin, as evidenced in the link. I almost called this "Day of the Trifids", but the generation gap may be too wide.

BTW, this is the 50 at almost 4 feet.

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.Genver
07/03/08 4:32 PM GMT
Thank you very much for stopping by and leaving a kind comment on "Black Swan".
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.Genver
07/15/08 3:49 AM GMT
Thank you very much for the kind comment on "Lonely Swan 3".
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::dleuty
07/18/08 12:04 AM GMT
Thank you for your comment on "Pyrocanthea Coccinea", John. Nope, this was the 18-55mm with a 1+ macro lens stacked.
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There is no substitute for genuine lack of preparation.
.JaLynn
07/23/08 1:56 AM GMT
Thank you very much for commenting on my picture, "Pretty Bouquet", sir. Thank for telling me the name of the big flower.
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.louisianian
07/23/08 3:50 PM GMT
Thanks for taking a look at my shot "El Aguila"!
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::dleuty
07/24/08 5:00 AM GMT
I sent an email to the photo of "Dark Skies" asking how he shot the 360 image. I'm curious about how many splices it took.
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Ask your Congressmen and Senators why our existing wells aren't pumping more than 3 days a month? There a lot of unused capacity in existing wells.
.Genver
07/24/08 5:36 AM GMT
Thank you very much for the nice comment on "Loganberry".Loganberries are very good with ice cream or cream cheese and you can make jelly too.
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::phasmid
07/27/08 1:21 PM GMT
I just wanted to compliment you on your website and the services you offer. I have to congratulate you and your wife on such a professional approach. You two do make a very nicely matched team.

:)PJ
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We don’t make art to show someone what something looks like. All this requires is eyes (or a lens). Art is supposed to have meaning, emotion, power, or magic. Alan & Mario "FourThirds"
::dleuty
07/28/08 3:11 AM GMT
I'm pretty sure that you will love it. Peace of mind has a value, too. In general, if you find camera at list price, divide by three for the wholesale price. Lenses have a 200-300% markup.

There are some people out there that just get plain greedy. There are also some of the Russian Mafia out there stealing shipments off the docks. It's turned into a pretty sorry world the last two decades. We have raised a couple of amoral generations. Society must now pay the tax for abandoning traditionally tried and true values.
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Ask your Congressmen and Senators why our existing wells aren't pumping more than 3 days a month? There a lot of unused capacity in existing wells.
::dleuty
07/31/08 3:59 AM GMT
I'm honored, John. Thanks you very much. I feel double blessed. "Head'em up, Move'em Out" is a personal favorite. I enjoyed taking pictures with my nephew and watching him grow a little that day.
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Ask your Congressmen and Senators why our existing wells aren't pumping more than 3 days a month? There a lot of unused capacity in existing wells.
::dleuty
07/31/08 4:06 AM GMT
Thanks for visiting the "Cutting the Herd", John. The artist really captured the energy of the drover and his quarter horse.
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Ask your Congressmen and Senators why our existing wells aren't pumping more than 3 days a month? There a lot of unused capacity in existing wells.
::dleuty
08/04/08 2:12 AM GMT
Thanks for visiting "Moss Rose", John.

I learned to eat snake and many other less appetizing things in survival school. Once you get past the thought process, then protein is protein. These are much more palatable and attractive than calf's liver and onions that you can still find on a lot of menues.

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Lobby for Dark Skies
::dleuty
08/04/08 2:15 AM GMT
Many thanks for visiting the "JFK Memorial - Dallas", John. Much appreciated. Like most Texans, I didn't always agree with his politics, but I admired the man. The memorial gives us a place to contemplate without feeling the intrusion of the outside world. Those on the outside outside can see when it is occupied and choose to respect your privacy or not.
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Lobby for Dark Skies
::dleuty
08/04/08 2:27 AM GMT
Many thanks for visiting "My Favorite Blossom", John. I guess I should have made it plural. They both are kind of special. Now, if we can only get JJ to quit hiding her braces....

I was testing out my new 430ex strobe to find the best settings to fill in heavy shadows shooting under a cloudless Texas sky.

Synchro-sun is a throwback technique to the days of flash bulbs and guide numbers. The trick is to get a ratio of 2:1 or 3:1 sun-to-shadow. It allows you to put the sun behind the subject so the subject is more at ease and get the depth of the subjects features. Strobes are a little easy to deploy than reflectors.

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Lobby for Dark Skies
.Genver
08/04/08 10:27 PM GMT
Thank you for the nice words on "Green leaves",it is very appreciated.You have a nice web site too.
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.DragonQueen
08/06/08 6:55 PM GMT
nice pic
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.DragonQueen
08/07/08 12:10 AM GMT
you are most welcome
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::egggray
08/08/08 11:39 PM GMT
Thank you John for taking the time to comment on "Lightning in Missouri" Glad you liked it.
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.Genver
08/12/08 2:18 PM GMT
Thank you very much John for the kind words on "Red rose and droplets",it is very nice of you.
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.alexis518
08/12/08 8:04 PM GMT
Hello John, thanks for the comments at "Champlain canal." Much appreciated!
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Much of the beauty in life is found in people who care.
.Genver
08/15/08 5:10 PM GMT
Thank you John for leaving nice words on "Bumble bee on lavender",it is much appreciated.
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.Genver
08/15/08 5:32 PM GMT
Thank you John for the comment on "Reflections on the pond (2)",it is much appreciated.
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.s0050463
08/15/08 6:16 PM GMT
Hi John, thanks very much for your comment on my glen nevis waterfalls! I'm glad you like it!
Nick
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::egggray
08/16/08 5:01 PM GMT
Glad you liked "Water Lily" John. I don't do many flowers, but this one begged for a photo. Thank you for commenting.
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::dleuty
08/17/08 6:18 PM GMT
Many thanks for your comments on "Flower Power", John. I'll have to go back up to "Malfunction Junction" again tomorrow. We may have connectivity back about Wednesday, GLWATCDR. The computer on the classy cassey fried. The new computer does not support the 25-yo electronics of scope's drive. It's taking longer than expected to get back in operation. Chesapeake Energy and I are close agreement.
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Asking a taxpayer to vote for Obama is like asking a chicken to vote for Colonel Sanders.
.Genver
08/21/08 5:37 PM GMT
Thank you John for leaving a nice comment on "Bumble bee on thistle",it is much appreciated.
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::dleuty
09/08/08 7:37 PM GMT
Thanks so much for visiting "The News", John. This was the moment when I knew that all that all the digging and stone work really paid off.

The deliver my new Vespa tomorrow. I can hardly wait to get my honey-do list caught up so I can get out and use the bugger.

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"The most terrifying words in the English language are: 'I'm from the government and I'm here to help.'" -- Ronald Reagan
::dleuty
09/08/08 7:48 PM GMT
Many thanks for visiting "Hyacinth", John. These blossoms don't have much scent, but they already have numerous purple seed pods for additional color. If the wind will calm down, I'll photograph them with the new lens, just for the comparison. I just have to get the honey-do list shortened so I can play.
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"The most terrifying words in the English language are: 'I'm from the government and I'm here to help.'" -- Ronald Reagan
::Skynet5
09/15/08 4:53 PM GMT
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"Feed them to the Sharkticons!"
.AlatarielIdril
09/16/08 2:09 AM GMT
Thanks for your comments on "Fountains"! :) Much appreciated.
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"For what do we live, but to make sport for our neighbors and laugh at them in our turn?"
.AlatarielIdril
09/19/08 7:19 PM GMT
Thanks for your comments on "Blankie". I appreciate it. :)
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"For what do we live, but to make sport for our neighbors and laugh at them in our turn?"
.egggray
09/27/08 12:34 AM GMT
Thanks John for the comment on "Foliage". I had to buy some type of camera so I would not go into withdrawal. The little Canon should do the trick until Spring when I can afford the new Canon 50D. Or maybe the Nikon D90, who knows.
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.s0050463
10/01/08 9:25 AM GMT
Hi John, Thank you very much for taking the time to read my text and watch my picture.
Nick
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Please visit my gallery.
.annie100
10/02/08 2:48 PM GMT
Big thank you John for comment on Beautiful autumn #3!!!!Greatly appreciated!!!
Take care!
Anna:))
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.annie100
10/03/08 8:29 AM GMT
Thank you so ,so much John for comment on Beautiful autumn #4!!!
It's always greatly appreciated!!!!!
Anna:-)))
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.Tomeast
10/19/08 8:40 PM GMT
I appreciated your comments on October fog.Thanks, Tom
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.zunazet
10/20/08 2:04 AM GMT
Thanks for the complements and fave on Rocky bloom. I always wondered if anybody clicked on links in comments like this one. Now I know :o)
DP

PS Love your gender in the user info above... roflao
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"Democracy can only survive in a society where the people are motivated by love and respect for others, and a desire to reach out for something better."
.milou32
10/21/08 5:44 PM GMT
Merci pour vos encouragements pour mes paysages virtuels. Les photos de votre galerie sont vraiment très belles
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.Genver
10/27/08 11:50 AM GMT
Thank you for the comment on "Yellow daisy",it is very nice of you.
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::dleuty
11/11/08 5:12 AM GMT
Many thanks for the words on "Billions and Billions and Billions....". This is one of my favorite DSOs.
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If you didn't vote, you have no right to gripe.
::dleuty
11/11/08 5:15 AM GMT
It's even odder that I had to go to Scotland to notice the flower that I missed in the piney woods of the west. Thanks for dropping by "Pinus Contorta".
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If you didn't vote, you have no right to gripe.
.Steb
11/12/08 11:15 PM GMT
Hobie 18: Many thanks for the comment. No, I managed to stay dry. And I always keep a towel wrapped around the camera.

Steb
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"What other reason could there be to get up in the morning except to set ourselves free." If my comment on your work ever seems to criticise, it does not. It is always so that we may learn together.
::dleuty
11/13/08 5:57 AM GMT
I love the splatter rays from Copernicus to Kepler and Tycho. Don't you know that was a fantastic event to behold. I bet that rocked the moon.
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If you didn't vote, you have no right to gripe.
.AlatarielIdril
11/16/08 8:20 AM GMT
Thanks for the comments you left at "Timid Toes". :)
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"Whenever I'm about to do something, I think, 'Would an idiot do that?' And if they would, I do not do that thing."
::egggray
11/29/08 4:38 PM GMT
Hey there John, I am glad you enjoyed my photo "Portrait of a Barn Owl" I know the eye was a little dark but I thought the overall detail made up for it. Thanks for your honest critique. Have a great day.
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12/16/08 1:49 AM GMT
Thanks John for taking the time to comment on my photo "Here we go again" Glad you liked the male downy woodpecker. I will try to catch up on my comments soon. The Nikon D40 will be changing back to a Canon 40D soon....
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12/27/08 6:56 PM GMT
Hi John, thanks for commenting on my "Big Blue" photo, very much appreciated as always. Blue Jays are a pest, but very colorful and beautiful I think.
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12/30/08 11:34 PM GMT
Hi John,
Thanks for taking a look at my "Pine Needles". I'm glad you liked it.
JoAnn
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01/06/09 9:24 AM GMT
Hi John,
Thanks for commenting on 'Orchid 2'. Very much appreciated. :)
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