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1981 (37 years) 
10/28/04 4:30 PM GMT02/04/06 10:12 PM GMT 

Recent Works by alveraan: (full gallery)

Down into the sky by alveraan, photography->landscape gallery Irish Keep by alveraan, photography->castles/ruins gallery
Down into the sky Irish Keep


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10/28/04 10:21 PM GMT
Hi, and welcome to Caedes.. Thanks for the comment on "Lazy summer evening," appreciated.
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10/28/04 10:50 PM GMT
Thanks Alveraan for your comment on Road of Purple... im glad you liked it... it is beautiful... soon the road will be covered in the purple flowers....

Welcome to caedes... :D
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The human heart feels things the eyes cannot see, and knows what the mind cannot understand. --Robert Vallett
10/29/04 5:43 AM GMT
Hi and thanks so much for you comments on "Monarch of the Plains". I think that there are buffalo in Europe somewhere.
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10/29/04 5:15 PM GMT
Hey! Thanks for commenting on "Goo?" :) Much appreciated.
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10/29/04 6:35 PM GMT
Thanks for the comments on Beach Boardwalk and i am glad you liked it.
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10/30/04 6:24 AM GMT
I'm very grateful for your comments on my images. I hope you will come back often and find more images that interest you.
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10/31/04 12:04 AM GMT
Thanks everyone. I have to say I liked this place from the beginning. seems to be a friendly community.
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09/05/05 9:20 PM GMT
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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