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07/25/04 1:55 PM GMT12/06/04 3:27 PM GMT 


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07/25/04 10:27 PM GMT
Thankyou for the comment on "Dormant", much appreciated.
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-to live between the stones and walk in His dust, this is my task-
07/26/04 11:28 AM GMT
thank you for the comment on circular architecture, I took it at my school, Appalachian State University in Boone, NC.
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While there is perhaps a province in which the photograph can tell us nothing more than what we see with our own eyes, there is another in which it proves to us how little our eyes permit us to see. --Dorothea Lange
07/26/04 1:10 PM GMT
Hi Long. Thanks for commenting on my two images, Together At Last and It Takes All Kinds. You comment on "Topgether at Last" was all the more sincere, because you didn't pull your punches on "It Takes All Kinds." I'm going to experiment with adding colors to the shot to see what kinds of moods I can evoke, but I can't promise anything. I'm not too good with post-production, so I usually don't do it.

The cemetery shots were fun, though, and I'm going back in with my niece and sister-in law, because they both want to do some shots too after seeing the one's I got. I think we'll have a good time. Thanks again for your ideas.
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07/28/04 6:23 PM GMT
The critisisms made toward 'It Takes All Kinds' were merely aimed to encourage development. For me I find that having people being 'niggley' and critical helps me because you have a greater drive to improve your work, I see far to many people applauding shallow images that are not worthy of praise merely to become well-liked in the community.
I do not see your work as shallow at all, quite the opposite in fact. Acctually in 'It Takes All Kinds' you showed that you really were thinking about your shot, I just felt that it might have been acheived better. Go back, take some more shots of it, and it you'd be so kind send them my way so I can have a look.
Keep striving forward and sincerest appologies if you felt the comments went to far.
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Elysium is not found in a place or another person, rather it can be found within ones self, a state of mind, a feeling.
07/28/04 9:59 PM GMT
Thanks for your comments on my red bottle brush.. glad u like it... greatly appreciate your comments.... Jacqueline
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Here nothing, see nothing, speak nothing.. that way noone gets hurt.....
07/29/04 3:18 PM GMT
You make a good point about sincerity. It seems to be true here on Caedes, that lots of people seem to post friendly rather than constructive coments. It's OK, though. You figure out after a while whose opinions to take seriously, and whose to take as friendly. In one of the discussion groups Caedes makes the point about how to leave friendly yet helpful comments. Lots of folks seem to forget that the comments sections are meant to be critical, not just chat. On the other hand, as one who eschews chat boards I've met some pretty interesting colleagues through Caedes. Anyway, welcome and I'll send you the photos next time I'm in the cemetery (alive).
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ж Regmar ж
07/29/04 3:23 PM GMT
Thanks for taking the time to comment on "Tasting." The only reason I submit photos on this site is to hear what other people think about them. When I submit a photo and there aren't any comments it is a disappointment. Thanks again. Cheers, Mate.
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"Let a man listen to his dream so he may hear the story of all men and let him say as he did when he was a child: this is true; it does not matter what they tell me." -William Wantling
07/29/04 3:25 PM GMT
I guess I submitted twice. Woops.
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"Let a man listen to his dream so he may hear the story of all men and let him say as he did when he was a child: this is true; it does not matter what they tell me." -William Wantling

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