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Real Name:
Charles Curtis
12/04/05 12:13 AM GMT04/06/12 3:15 AM GMT 

Recent Works by charlescurtis: (full gallery)

Venice - St. Mark's - Sepia by charlescurtis, Photography->Architecture gallery Hay Bales - Natchez Trace Parkway by charlescurtis, Photography->Landscape gallery Neuschwanstein Valley by charlescurtis, Photography->Landscape gallery
Venice - St. Mark's - Sepia Hay Bales - Natchez Trace Parkway Neuschwanstein Valley


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02/06/06 11:46 PM GMT
Hey Charles Curtis... welcome to Caedes!

Thanks for leaving your comment on my posting City Scapes 9. You wrote "One wants to look and admire this photo, again and again. "

What a nice compliment.

Thank you.

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01/05/07 3:49 PM GMT
And allow me to extend that greeting as well ... welcome to the site.

I just came across one of your images in the Voting Booth, and was pleasantly surprised not only by the quality of "Burgess Falls in December - 2" ... but, your entire gallery is glorious.

Wonderfully rich and natural colour saturation. Very, very nice work.

Look forward to the return visit.

Going to have to put my favourites' folder on an exercise regimen after I complete the addtitions from your body of work. It's going to be 'full.' ;o)

I would also like to take this opportunity then, to thank you for sharing your work and talents. I do appreciate being able to see such high calibre art.

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The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
08/12/07 2:26 PM GMT
Charles, after looking back at "Geneva Windows" I took a look at your gallery, don't know why I didn't earlier! You have an amazing eye for what is a good image to shoot... That and your amazing Canon - I'm really eyeing an digital SLR by them.. I've been pleased by all the Canons I've had. Keep up the great postings! ~Mary~
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Your photography is a record of your living, for anyone who really sees. Paul Strand
06/25/08 12:46 AM GMT
Thank you for the kind words about “The Old Shed” Charles. That is one of my favourites :-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross

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