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.Delusionist

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Real Name:
Joel Hanger
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Website:
http://joelhanger.com/
Gender:
Male 
Location:
Buckeye, Arizona 
Birthday:
1983 (34 years) 
Membership:
06/25/04 12:57 AM GMT08/04/15 7:46 PM GMT 

Recent Works by Delusionist: (full gallery)

Half Dome of Fire by Delusionist, photography->nature gallery Horseshoe Canyon by Delusionist, Photography->Landscape gallery Paper, Rock, Lightning??? by Delusionist, Photography->Skies gallery
Half Dome of Fire Horseshoe Canyon Paper, Rock, Lightning???

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::photoimagery
08/27/04 4:30 AM GMT
Joel. I want to thank you for your support and for your praises for "Falling Away" It realy is appreciated.
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::photoimagery
08/27/04 7:13 PM GMT
Hi Joel. Glad you liked "Apple Harvest".
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murungu
08/30/04 7:48 AM GMT
Joel - thanks for your post on 'View from the Eiffel Tower #2' - much appreciated. As for wanting to go to Stonehenge - you should definitely go there - I'm going to dig out and scan a photo from when we were over there last year..
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...Recent work .......<-☺.|.☻->
::photoimagery
08/30/04 6:55 PM GMT
Hey Joel: I'm so glad you liked “Natures' Masterpiece” and thanks for your comments. They really are appreciated. That is the beauty of soft focus; it helps it to achieve a dreamy ambiance.
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::photoimagery
08/31/04 2:32 AM GMT
Thank you for such gracious comments on "Winter Wonderland". I’m always honored to have your comments on my Images and to be in your Favorites Gallery. Thanks.
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::photoimagery
08/31/04 2:41 AM GMT
Thanks again Joel: Your comments on "Fish Bait" are really appreciated. I'm glad you liked it.
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kelseyann
08/31/04 1:23 PM GMT
Thanks for the welcome Joel! I will post another pic of black and yellow argiope today i think. its more of a whole body shot like you requested. Thanks for the comments : )
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mystic_january
09/01/04 1:23 PM GMT
lol haha nice rhyme :P thanks for commenting on "mystic" and thanks for that little tidbit about the zodiac signs. that was intreiging.....dam thats a hard word to spell lol.
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-Amanda-"The essential quality of life is living, the essential quality of living is change; change is evolution, and we are part of it."
co2metal
09/02/04 7:22 PM GMT
thanks joel for the comment and high vote on "a certain reaction".. greatly appreciated
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When you come to a fork in the road, take it.
jessie_kate
09/03/04 2:47 PM GMT
Hey Joel, thanks for commenting on "summit" - a panorama of my hometown! I really appreciate the feedback and I'm glad you liked it... :-)
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Wisdom begins in wonder...
jmar
09/03/04 4:10 PM GMT
Thanks for the positive feedback on "Island Shore", It's hard to take a bad shot there.......
John
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s15jesusfreak
09/04/04 12:23 AM GMT
You're quite the photographer. Nice job on those photos!! Love your occupation!! :-D See ya around :-)
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murungu
09/06/04 3:19 PM GMT
Joel - thanks for your words on 'Devil's Peak' - I'm glad your friend enjoyed his/her stay down here - cheers!
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...Recent work .......<-☺.|.☻->
::photoimagery
09/06/04 7:04 PM GMT
Hi Joel: Thanks for your comments on "Mr. Redwing Waits. I love photographing animals and birds that have a large circle of fear (they run or fly before you get within, up close and personal, photography range). Getting close enough is always magical. I think they probably are the same bird as the Redwinged Blackbird winters in your neck of the woods, so to speak.
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johnnyblaze187
09/07/04 10:13 PM GMT
Hey Joel, thanks for the comment on "Purples 'n Greens" - glad you like it! Yeah, I thought it looked like a weird soft kind of thistle as well.. Guess we'll never know..
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d_spin_9
09/08/04 4:51 AM GMT
thanks for the link to your pano's they're great they only take like 10 minutes to download tho:P
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The heavens declare the glory of God, the skies proclaim the work of His hands.
::photoimagery
09/08/04 6:06 AM GMT
Wow a double 10. Thanks for such kind words on "Deep in a forest of Light" & "Over the Edge". You are most welcome on photos that speak of the great Northwest. But I find the images that I have from the Phoenix area have a quiet beauty all their own. I guess it's new to me and the only time of year I've been there is late winter and early spring. I'll have to post more from there. Thanks again I'm honored.
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::regmar
09/08/04 2:11 PM GMT
Thank you for your words about My Way. They are what motivates me to keep contributing to Caedes. What you said is specially meaningful since it comes from the master of sunsets.
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ж Regmar ж
::stuffnstuff
09/09/04 9:14 PM GMT
Thanks for your thoughts on "Shadows". I agree with you, the clouds were over-exposed, but I had another person tell me that the ground wasn't bright enough. It was a compromise for both, so the sky didn't blind the veiwer, and the ground was recognizable. I like the blue too. Thanks again.
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-those who hit rock bottom are too concerned with self pity to realize that they are lying on an anvil- Psalm 66:10, Job 10:8
nick7b
09/10/04 3:41 AM GMT
Thank you for your comments. :)

~Nick
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::JOHANNA
09/17/04 3:49 PM GMT
Thank you for the nice comment on -Lechtal Tyrol-.Very much appreciated,Joel.
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Carpe diem.
trisbert
09/17/04 4:08 PM GMT
Gee Joel, that was a nice comment you left at "Life Bee In It" Thank you.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
co2metal
09/17/04 5:33 PM GMT
thanks a lot joel for the comment on "heavenly descent".. glad you like my work ;]
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keepin' it real
LiquidguitarJP
09/18/04 7:57 PM GMT
I agree completely that the blurrs are distracting my image "Cancun" but no I dont have photoshop and it was harder to delete the people.. Thanks for the suggestion and comment though.
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-Graceless intrusion... Are you sanctified in your judgment of me? -Someone else's fate We are deciding (abortion) -I can see much clearor now I that I'm blind -I used to think death was the end -John Petrucci ...†Carpe Diem†... My lonely image: Father and Son
+mayne
09/19/04 12:56 AM GMT
Hi Joel! Thanks for the great comment on "Hidden Falls":-)
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Darryl
gs208103
09/21/04 1:50 AM GMT
Joel, thanks a bunch for the kind words on "Big Mountains, Big Skies". It is nice to know that you think it should have a higher c-index than it currently has. Also, thanks for the 10/10! I am honored to have one of my photos in your favorites.
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"We need not fear the expression of ideas -- we do need to fear their suppression." - Truman
::JOHANNA
09/21/04 4:24 AM GMT
Thanks Joel for the nice comment on -waterfall Hornbach-.I am glad you like it.
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Carpe diem.
::Neamh
09/21/04 7:38 PM GMT
Hi Joel and thanks for your comments on "Seaside".Nope there was no frog in there but i can see what you mean now.
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neez
09/22/04 6:57 AM GMT
Hello Joel. Thanks for your comment on A New Day Has Come. It was taken at Putrajaya, Malaysia.
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~Let it be as it is desired~
::photoimagery
09/22/04 8:09 PM GMT
Joel. Thanks for your kind comments on "Fairy Falls 2", they really are appreciated.
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Steb
09/23/04 1:58 PM GMT
Many thanks Joel

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.
gs208103
10/07/04 4:57 AM GMT
Joel, thanks very much for the comment on "Athens Sunset". I am very glad that you like it!
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"We need not fear the expression of ideas -- we do need to fear their suppression." - Truman
trisbert
10/07/04 2:47 PM GMT
Hello Joel. Thanks for your coments about "Sumersby Falls Lower level" They are half way between Sydney and Newcastle in NSW.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
Greasle
10/07/04 6:59 PM GMT
Thx for the comment on Yellow & Green .... I think its one of my best macro's
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Man is neither angel nor beast. But those who try to be angels turn into beasts. (Emanuel Kant ? )
Accipiter
10/07/04 11:13 PM GMT
Thanks for the comment on "Monhegan Surf 1". I did try some shots with slower shutter as you suggest, but didn't like the results. Unlike waterfalls where most of the water is flowing more or less together, the flow patterns of water in breaking waves seems to be much more chaotic. When I went to the slower shutter, it just made the waves into big white blobs. Maybe if I got the speed "just right", I could get the effect you suggest, but on this trip I didn't. But hey, that's a reason to go back!
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garma002
10/09/04 6:03 PM GMT
Hey Joel, thanks for the comments on "So Tired". He's no longer a crazy puppy, hes a crazy dog.
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You're damned if you do, and damned if you don't.
Accipiter
10/11/04 12:17 AM GMT
Thanks for taking time to comment on Island Sunset. I'm glad you liked it.
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::Neamh
10/14/04 9:16 PM GMT
Thanks for all the nice comments on "October".Glad you liked it.I was hoping for some flat water but like you said the wind added a little something..
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::Sengir
10/21/04 5:39 AM GMT
Thnx Joel I really appreciate your kind words on Just Butterfly 2. This is only my second alteration.
Very much thank you. :)
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+mayne
10/23/04 1:16 AM GMT
Thank you for the comment on "Cedar Sunrise", Joel. Inspired by your sunset images;-)
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Darryl
jacked
10/26/04 10:46 PM GMT
Thanks Joel, for your comment on Evil Intent, i can see your point, i have been in your great state a few times, it's one of my favorite, Thanks again, Dwight.
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"Once you have heard the lark, known the swish of feet through hill-top grass and smelt the earth made ready for the seed, you are never again going to be fully happy about the cities and towns that man carries like a crippling weight upon his back." - Gwyn Thomas
::Torque
10/30/04 11:08 PM GMT
Hey Joel, thanks for the comment on (Munich by Night). I have foud that taking many pictures of the same subject almost always pays off in the end. Glad you enjoyed the picture~
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~My select image - Wading Patiently
thewiccanway
11/07/04 4:56 AM GMT
Thank you for commenting on "Ghostly Sky" You feedback is greatly appreciated.
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There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore, There is a society, where none intrudes, By the deep Sea, and music in its roar, I love not man less, but Nature more --Lord Byron
::photoimagery
11/08/04 6:27 AM GMT
Hi Joel. I'm REALLY pleased you liked "Bedding Down".
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::photoimagery
11/16/04 5:02 AM GMT
Hello Joel. Glad you like "Picture Window to the Sky". I liked the way the clouds seem to go around the tree.
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johnnyblaze187
11/16/04 7:04 AM GMT
Hi Joel, thanks for the nice comment on "Shepherd's delight" - much appreciated.
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::photoimagery
11/17/04 5:32 PM GMT
Hey Joel, thanks for the comments on "Behold the Rock of Ages". I told Keith that I thought Menashtash would be a nice name to have. Can you imagine the ribbing a kid would take with a name like that?
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June
11/18/04 5:30 PM GMT
Hey Joel, tks for the wonderful review on Christmas Rush #3. I am not sure if you had the opportunity to view the other two?
JuneBug
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Smile and the world smiles with you! AcrossTheWorld
murungu
11/19/04 7:16 AM GMT
Joel - thanks for your post on '12 Apostles' - they call it that because along that ridge there are 12 peaks, corresponding to the Apostles.
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...Recent work .......<-☺.|.☻->
trisbert
11/19/04 10:12 AM GMT
Hello Joel, Thanks for your comments about “Alectown Landscape”. There’s something about a tree silhouette that strikes a cord for many people. I suspect it has something to do with our prehistoric roots :-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
murungu
11/22/04 6:54 AM GMT
Thanks again Joel for your kind words, this time on 'Hillside' - cheers!
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...Recent work .......<-☺.|.☻->
BURNINGICE
11/26/04 6:38 AM GMT
Hey Joel, Thanks for clearin up the words on your picture for me =P. Im not too good with cursive hehe
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"-Life is a pile of crap, just have to shovel through it" My recent gallery.
::Neamh
11/26/04 9:52 PM GMT
Thank you Joel for the nice comments on "Forests edge".I appreciate the comments.
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Si
12/02/04 10:09 AM GMT
Thanks Joel for your kind comment and dreadful pun (yes, I'm a sucker for them too) on "Walk through history". Bude is actually on the north coast of Cornwall, in the south west of the UK. There's a 20 mile stretch of coastline from some way south of here up to Hartland Point in Devon which has some fascinating and extraordinary rock formations and colours. Thanks for your interest :-)
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::photoimagery
12/04/04 7:28 AM GMT
Joel you honor me with your comments on my images and I am eternally greatful. I'm glad you like "Falls' Last Hoorah". If you send me an mp3 file of music that you would like to have a screensaver made with and a list of the images you would like to have in it, I will put one together for you.

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed.
Albert Einstein
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::photoimagery
12/04/04 7:43 AM GMT
Thanks again Joel. I'm glad you liked "As Far as the Eye Can See". I think what you may think is a water spot is actually a building or part of the landscape, I can detect no water spot on the slide this image was made from. Thanks again Joel, your continued support of my images is greatly appreciated.
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uniquedreamer2004
12/04/04 11:09 PM GMT
hej Joel, Thank you for commenting on my phot Sunset Feilds, I really appreciate your input.
also thanks for putting it in your favorits..... :-)
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But words are things, and a small drop of ink, falling, like dew, upon a thought produces that which makes thousands, perhaps millions think and smile. Art is everywhere, except it has to pass through a creative mind.
inaminit
12/21/04 3:50 PM GMT
Hi, Joel. Thanks for you comments on Frosty Trail, I'm glad you enjoyed it.
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A monk asked, “The mountains, the rivers, and the great earth-from where did all of these things come forth?” Tiantai said, “From where did this question come forth?” -Zen’s Chinese Heritage
HelloBlack
12/25/04 4:28 PM GMT
Now, i say thanks for my >>>House of Parlament<<< yap! I enjoy also night photography...:) It's good too share good stuff whit people who knows what they're doing:))
Thanks Joel
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warocle
12/26/04 4:04 AM GMT
Thanks for the comments on rooftop. I appreciate you taking the time to give me some helpful tips. The image was actually taken in Hawaii.. really a rare sunset for the area. We don't get many colorful sunsets here, but I think the high clouds left from a recent storm helped to make this one really great. I have a lot of shots from it, maybe I will put some more up, with a bit of contrast :)
Vlad
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Это сообщение, одобренное Владимир Назарушки
::Radjehuty
12/26/04 5:25 AM GMT
Hey thanks for the compliments on "The Gathering", it was fun...and it does have poor quality lol. :D
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"The person who says it cannot be done, should not interrupt the person doing it." -Chinese Proverb
HelloBlack
12/27/04 12:38 AM GMT
I think you're crazy! :) 8000?? Oh mama!!
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ninjatabby
12/28/04 2:04 AM GMT
Hi Joel, and thanks for commenting on 'Out for a Walk.' The exotic landscape belongs - of all places - to the campus of Paradise Valley Community College. I was just out walking on Christmas Eve with my trusty camera (as always), and thought it might be an okay shot, if a bit hokey. Oddly enough, I'm never in the right place at the right time to get a shot of one of our amazing Arizona sunsets. Go figure!
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I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that don't work. -- Thomas Edison
::Neamh
12/28/04 10:11 PM GMT
Thank you Joel for the great comments on "Winter Shadows.I did some slight contrast and color adjustments.I tend to be heavy handed with those levers so i have learned to go very easy now.I only have the camera software so I am relativly safe there.You are right about the darkening of shadows but i didnt want to darken the trees on the left so i made a compromise there.I do appreciate your input.
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HelloBlack
12/29/04 2:47 AM GMT
Hey Joel! I relly apriciate that you make my >>>-35C<<< one of your fav. Thanks indeed!
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heidlerr
12/29/04 1:06 PM GMT
Thanks Joel for viewing and posting a comment on my Rocky Mtn National Park photo. This is a medium format negative that I scanned into Photoshop and adjusted the contrast. I'm glad that you enjoyed it.
Russ
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"Sometimes I do get to places just when God's ready to have somebody click the shutter." Ansel Adams
breeze_lc
01/04/05 8:44 PM GMT
Hi Joel. Thanks alot for commenting on "Jiu Zai Gou." I really appreiciate it!
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IXOYE
01/04/05 9:50 PM GMT
HeyJoel, you're pictures are beautiful, i could have commented on all of them but thought i wud just put a message on here instead. Thank u for putting them on here for us all to see.
God Bless
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::gs208103
01/04/05 10:29 PM GMT
Joel, thanks very much for the comments on "Iced Tsuga"!
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"If you would only listen you might just realize what you're missing." - Jack Johnson
HelloBlack
01/06/05 10:37 AM GMT
JOEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WHERE THE F**** ARE YOUR IMAGES!!!!!!!!!AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!
HWO DID THIS????????????????????
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d_spin_9
01/13/05 12:09 AM GMT
yes, where did all your pics go. many of your sunsets were so awesome, did you delete them, or is there something going on here?
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The heavens declare the glory of God, the skies proclaim the work of His hands.
d_spin_9
01/15/05 6:38 AM GMT
man that sucks, now comes the tedious process of reuploading the good ones at 1 or 2 pictures a day! at least i hope you reupload the good ones, they were some of the best i've seen
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The heavens declare the glory of God, the skies proclaim the work of His hands.
::Accipiter
05/14/05 11:12 PM GMT
Hi Joel, thanks for your comments on Great Sand Dunes at Sunset. I actually went out to this spot to get a photo of the full moon rising, but there were clouds in that part of the sky...so this was my consolation! Glad you enjoyed it! Mike
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ashleyw1
05/19/05 4:40 PM GMT
thanks for the nice comment on "on cloud 9" joel. i'm looking forward to seeing more of your pictures here.

ashley
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Bumblecow
06/09/05 6:03 PM GMT
hey not to suggest that you didnt do a fine job on the stitchig but if your short on time in the future this little free programe autostitch does a fine job comparitively quickly http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~mbrown/autostitch/autostitch.html
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"There are things that we usually do not see, do not look at. Sometimes you need someone to show you the beauty of these 'ugly' everyday things." - Martijn Oostra
cameraatje
06/13/05 2:41 PM GMT
Your comments on "airstrip" are very much appreciated. Thank you.
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Blague
06/20/05 4:23 PM GMT
Thank you Joe; for the comments on "Exasperating...";they are very much appreciated. I'm glad you liked it.
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trisbert
06/23/05 10:49 PM GMT
Hello Joel, Many thanks for your comments about “MissTwiggy” There’s something about a silhouette that is hard to resist:-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
heidlerr
07/03/05 3:11 PM GMT
I've been out of touch with the world of Caedes for a while. Thanks for your recent comments on my images. I appreciate your support.
Russ
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"Consulting the rules of composition before taking a photograph, is like consulting the laws of gravity before going for a walk." Edward Weston
michnix
07/07/05 6:12 AM GMT
hi thanks for your comment on "water, water and more water" the pic was taken in norway...
have a nice day :-)
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jazz is not dead it just smells funny-
::fotobob
07/07/05 12:54 AM GMT
Joel;
Thanks for the update about the fires. I used to work in Scottsdale and as I understand it they have lost some homes in the Cave Creek area.
Annie did a good job with her image of Entrance to Horsethief Canyon didn't she? I was gpoing to post a super image today but I am having photoshop probelms hopefully I can post by tomorrow.
fotobob
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Annie and I invite you to visit our website. Photography is not a trade - it is an art. It is more that an art. It is a solar phenomenon, where the artist collaborates with the sun. deLamartine 1855
prismmagic
07/15/05 8:30 AM GMT
Over looking the minarets
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Thank you forr the kind remarks. But I'm not responsible for the wonderful image I just captured it. It was just waiting to be recorded.
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tbhockey
07/16/05 9:53 PM GMT
Thank for you comments on Moutnain's Toe Joel! Much appreciated.
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-tbhockey
+mayne
08/02/05 2:11 PM GMT
Thanks for the warning Joel hehe. Nice to see your mark at "Life in Stride":-)
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Darryl
::philcUK
08/20/05 1:51 PM GMT
Thanks a lot Joel for the kind post and score on my Haweswater image - v.much appreciated

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
+photoimagery
09/05/05 9:08 PM GMT
Hi Joel, I really want to thank you for your comments and show of support for “Together We Stand”. I live, basically, surrounded by farmland. To the East and South it is mostly dry land farming, with wheat the main commodity. To the West and North it’s mostly fruit and other crops dependent on irrigation. I have spent numerous hours and or days photographing the “Green Crops” and very little time in the dry land areas. I started to turn more attention to that area when I saw another image here on Caedes that was some form of grain. This is one of the photographs that resulted because of that image. I wish I could remember who did it; I would like to thank them personally.


The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life. Since man is mortal, the only immortality possible for him is to leave something behind him that is immortal since it will always move. This is the artist’s way of scribbling; “Kilroy was here” on the wall of the final and irrevocable oblivion through which he must someday pass.
William Faulkner
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Steb
09/25/05 1:21 AM GMT
Thanks Joel. Glad you like it.

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.
::philcUK
11/08/05 10:02 AM GMT
thanks Joel for stopping by the end of the rainbow!
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
.cax_gemmell
11/11/05 2:15 PM GMT
Joel, I just wanted to post and say I was truly impressed by your gallery! You have lots of quality stuff!!! Keep up the good work! :-)
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"Duct tape is like the force. It has a light side, a dark side, and it holds the universe together."
&trisbert
03/17/06 1:47 PM GMT
Thank you for your comments about “Cocky Dragon” Joel. I sympathise with you about your auto focus and hope you can get it fixed sometime. I use manual focus for most of my macro and wildlife shots but I would get upset if the auto stopped working.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
.mvr
03/24/06 12:12 AM GMT
Great work you have here, Joel... thanks for sharing!
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-- Martin --
+photoimagery
04/06/06 10:30 PM GMT
Thanks Joel for the kind comments on “Oak Creek Snows”. I really appreciate it.
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.ron_pistner
04/21/06 11:11 PM GMT
Hey there Joel, did you take a trip to Israel?..
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-The true lens is the eye itself. -
.ron_pistner
04/22/06 2:26 PM GMT
Wow Joel.. I'm glad you like our little country.. Have a look at my Israel photos and tell me what you think.. :) :)
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-The true lens is the eye itself. -
::MiLo_Anderson
08/16/06 9:52 PM GMT
I think you may have a point with my mountain flower shot. I think rising it up might lead to a better shot. One thing that i have since thought about that might have also made me more happy with it might be some flowers that stick out more, perhaps red or orange ones or something. I dunno. Thanks for your freedback.
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No one wanted to pay to say something in my sig, so i will have to try and think of something creative now...
.darrellplank
08/29/06 1:35 AM GMT
Thanks for the comments on the HDR falls shot. I'm really interested to hear what you think about HDR and what you come up with. Are you just using Photoshop? I really find that the Photomatix plugin is a huge advance over what you can do in photoshop directly. Perhaps if you tweaked with the curves long enough in Photoshop, but you owe it to yourself to at least download the demo copy of the Photomatix plugin. Let me know how it goes. You've got some great shots already - especially the sunsets.
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::kodo34
11/09/06 4:30 PM GMT
Hey Joel thx for the comment on many , glad you liked it.
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It is not worth an intelligent man's time to be in the majority. By definition, there are already enough people to do that. my images
::DigiCamMan
11/17/06 3:36 AM GMT
Hey Joel,

Thanks for the comments on 'Mt.Rainier(done in HDR)' very much appreciated. I do plan to keep working on HDR images. This was my first, I find the process most interesting.
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::cioccolato
11/17/06 11:27 AM GMT
Hi! Thanks for the tip about the polarizer filter. Been thinking about getting one, but they cost quite a lot of money. Appreciate your comments a lot!
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12/02/06 6:59 AM GMT
Joel, I'm sorry it has taken me so long to thank you for your kind comments on "September Yellow" but I do want you to know I appreciate them. I hope you and yours have a very Merry Christmas.
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