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Artist
Real Name:
Emerson Utracik
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Gender:
Male 
Location:
Good ol' Lancashire, England 
Birthday:
1991 (26 years) 
Membership:
05/20/05 2:32 PM GMT01/22/09 7:37 AM GMT 

Recent Works by hobgoblin: (full gallery)

Mellow Yellow by hobgoblin, Photography->Flowers gallery Lancashire Sunrise by hobgoblin, Photography->Sunset/Rise gallery Larger Than Life by hobgoblin, Photography->Macro gallery
Mellow Yellow Lancashire Sunrise Larger Than Life

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JohnnyV045
07/24/05 5:44 AM GMT
Thank you so much for your thoughts on "The High and Low Road", I'm glad you liked it! It seems to be the general thought that the border was very unnessicary...maybe I should repost without the border? If more people think so, then I defenatly will. Thanks again!
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::Paul_Gerritsen
07/24/05 10:25 AM GMT
Hi Emerson,

nice to see you commenting so often on my offerings. The idea for Coffee break fantasy? Well, I my mind! Don't you have your day dreams? Come on and put them to work!
Thanks!
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If you can't find the words, you may as well shoot it...
::philcUK
07/24/05 12:24 AM GMT
its still a naff colour to have on your sports car :-) and in answer to your question i've never seen a red aston on the road - always blue, black, silver or green. the majority of ferraris on the road over my neck of the woods (and there are a lot due to the prolification of drug dealers) are either black or that ghastly banana yellow.
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
drumrboy
07/27/05 2:23 AM GMT
thanks for the compliment on 'emery 2'
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sweet. check out my stuff.
Danita
07/29/05 10:27 PM GMT
Thanks for your comment on "Mysterious glance" I really do like to know people's opinions!
And though larger res. is sometimes good, I kinda like the pixelation on this one! Thanks for the input though!
Danita
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I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. --Albert Einstein
Romane
08/01/05 8:27 AM GMT
Good morning Emerson
I am very glad you have enjoyed "Tea, anyone?". Many thanks for your comments. Actually, the thought of helping myself did not occur to me, though being unfenced it is likely that others have taken some (and will again in the future). One day when am driving by, however, if the harvester or other staff are in the paddock I will stop and ask if can grab a couple of leaves. They can only say no :)
Enjoy your day
Romane
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My dogma was run over by my karma
mesmerized
08/02/05 3:08 PM GMT
Hi Emerson...thank you for the positive feedback on I Saw The Light...very glad you enjoyed it and found the background interesting too...much appreciated.:Pat.
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Join me and Let's Talk.
onx
08/03/05 9:54 AM GMT
Thankyou, i definately agree with you. I think the cherries look more interesting when some split and become over ripe. However the pic won't be here for long, the rating is sinking fast. the people have spoken i guess

i wanted to say thanks but i posted this comment under cherries aswell to help explain what i saw in the pic
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- what you bring is the measure of what you get
+ppigeon
08/03/05 10:08 AM GMT
Hi Emerson. Thanks for commenting 'Finally! Good weather'. The Alps are so beautiful in winter :-)
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-pierre-
::stormdancer
08/03/05 11:25 AM GMT
Hi Emerson
thanks for your nice comment on "hanging my wings to dry" glad you like this one.
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"pleasure in life you get by giving". You are welcom to visit my gallery
::stormdancer
08/03/05 11:39 AM GMT
HI Emerson
thanks for your nice comment on "Azure Damselfly and Large Red Damselfly" glad you appreciated this one.
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"pleasure in life you get by giving". You are welcom to visit my gallery
::stormdancer
08/03/05 12:01 AM GMT
Hi Emerson
Thanks for you nice comment on "Azure Damselfly" glad you like this one too.
your comment is always appreciated.
Your question of how on earth i manage to shoot such great pictures of damselflies...just is a question of a good camera and lots of time to shoot and making hunderds shots of them..see what you did wrong..//and go again and do it better.
Like anything in life...pushing the limits of whats able for you.
Haha some might call me fanatic....for me its just pure love of nature and the wish to become a better photographer
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"pleasure in life you get by giving". You are welcom to visit my gallery
onx
08/03/05 4:32 PM GMT
thankyou very much for frequenting my photos page, your input is always welcome

btw the raspberry looks very cool, did you need to lie on the ground to get the shot?
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<P>- what you bring is the measure of what you get</P><A href="http://www.caedes.net/Zephir.cgi?lib=Caedes%3A%3ANewSearch&query=onx">onx</A>
onx
08/03/05 4:46 PM GMT
(still trying to get the end caption to work but anyway,)

I wanted the framing to be off centre to help alter the perspective. I never thought of the start bar because i was using objectdock so there was nothing shown on my desktop.
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hobgoblin
08/04/05 10:17 AM GMT
Just trying to get the link working!
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::philcUK
08/04/05 10:24 AM GMT
thanks Emerson for the post on Ullswater - I love it there too but I always end up coming back home with flu or something after getting caught in cold wet weather :-)
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
Steb
08/04/05 1:57 PM GMT
Many thanks, Emerson. They are impressive, though I suspect we will need to reduce the CO2 emissions.

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.
lowlander
08/05/05 11:55 AM GMT
Hello Emerson, Thank you for the compliment on my Hibiscus. I took this picture after a light shower. Most of the hibiscus plant is covered by a lilac tree. Just the flowers on the wind side got wet, while most of the plant stayed dry.
Gr, Fred
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jacked
08/05/05 12:26 AM GMT
Thanks Emerson, for checking out a great work of art. They are very large, and to carve them out of granite to me makes them monumental. I have read the story of how they were made, what great minds and skills they had back in those day, and i might add a lot of the building in your country and other things just blow me away at their beauty. Thanks again for your comments and have a great day. Dwight.
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If we don't fall from within, their is no enemy without can prick out skin.: Me.
::Morwyn
08/05/05 12:29 AM GMT
Thanks for commenting on Sunflower.. I am happy you liked it..
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One bead at a time..
jacked
08/05/05 12:39 AM GMT
Evil Intent, Emerson these webs are very low to the ground which let's them collect a lot of dew over night, and they are very strong, go out early in the morning around here in Indiana and you can see hundreds of them. I added a little blue tint to give it the evil look. hehe. Thanks again for interest. Dwight.
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If we don't fall from within, their is no enemy without can prick out skin.: Me.
kodo34
08/05/05 5:43 PM GMT
hey Emerson thx for your kind comments on twin suns , it is appreciated.
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have a nice day and read more fantasy.
Lady_Rhea_
08/05/05 5:55 PM GMT
Hey Emerson, did you get my messages? Are you mad at me?
-Alex
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"Tall ships & tall kings three times three. What brought they from the founded land over the flowing sea? Seven stars & seven stones, and one white tree"-The Lord of the Rings
::marilynjane
08/05/05 8:43 PM GMT
Hi Emerson, many thanks to you for liking "Splendid"! I appreciate your comments and hope you stop by for another visit! Sincerely, Marilyn
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+mayne
08/08/05 3:50 PM GMT
Thank you for the comment on "Eye Was Born":-)
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Darryl
trisweb
08/08/05 11:42 PM GMT
Thanks for your uncommonly thoughtful comment on The Swimming Hole; I love when people actually think about a picture before commenting on it :)
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Lady_Rhea_
08/10/05 4:31 PM GMT
Hi, please respond. Please.
-Alex
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"Tall ships & tall kings three times three. What brought they from the founded land over the flowing sea? Seven stars & seven stones, and one white tree"-The Lord of the Rings
Lady_Rhea_
08/10/05 8:59 PM GMT
Hey Emerson, check personal messages. Please. :)
-Alex
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"Tall ships & tall kings three times three. What brought they from the founded land over the flowing sea? Seven stars & seven stones, and one white tree"-The Lord of the Rings
tbhockey
08/13/05 11:24 AM GMT
many thanks for the comments on Explosions in the Sky. Much appreciated!
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-tbhockey
Neliana
08/13/05 11:44 AM GMT
Thanks for the comments on "Zero effect":)
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J_272004
08/13/05 1:23 PM GMT
Hi Emerson... thanks for your lovely comment on The Awakening.... im glad you like it
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"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart." --Helen Keller
scatz03
08/16/05 2:34 AM GMT
Thanks for the comment on "Texas Sunset 1"!
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pom1
08/18/05 1:32 PM GMT
Thanks for liking "Clematis b&w" :D
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Please feel welcome to view my Gallery Here
::photoimagery
08/21/05 3:37 AM GMT
Thank you for the kind comments on "Finding the Way" Emerson. I'm grateful thet you like it. I always find long water exposures soothing to the soul.

There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
Albert Einstein
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Steb
08/23/05 9:42 PM GMT
Good observation about the greenhouse effect. Do you think that he might listen better if you phrased it as a question?

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
08/24/05 5:01 PM GMT
Thanks Emerson for the great post on La Lune - trust me when I say that was the best of a whole heap of shots (a 2gig card full) camera shake a big problem even on a sturdy tripod at such a huge distance.
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
Bucket
09/01/05 12:00 AM GMT
Hi Emerson
It was ages ago when you posted comments on Shimmer and Shimmer 2 but I wanted to thank you for you kind words... Sorry its taken so long...
Keep well!
Grant
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cameraatje
09/06/05 2:25 PM GMT
Hoi Emerson,

Thanks for your comments on "Speckled wood". Indeed a common, nervy, butterfly.
Gr. Eric
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J_272004
09/10/05 9:56 AM GMT
Your 13 and you were piloting the plane !!!!! wow... thanks Emerson for your comment on up up and away... im surprised it turned out.. i shaking like a leaf... (first ever flight)... lol... im glad you liked it... =)
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"Life's like chocolate left in the sun... once it melts its gone"
Little_Art_Gurl
09/11/05 2:29 AM GMT
Well, actually I'm almost finished with Eldest, YES ERAGON RULES!!!!!!!!!
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I CAN READ YOUR MIND!!! Nothings there:P
Little_Art_Gurl
09/11/05 3:58 PM GMT
Really? Don't give it away to me!!! Lol. I like Eragon, he's gotta be my favorite character, him and Roran, but if I had to choose one, it would be Eragon. Whos your fav?
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I CAN READ YOUR MIND!!! Nothings there:P
Steb
09/11/05 9:53 PM GMT
Many thanks Emmerson. Glad you like this one, though of course, until we find an alternative, both are needed,

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.
Little_Art_Gurl
09/12/05 1:22 PM GMT
Really? Thats neat. I know, I hate myself for doing this, when I started reading Eldest I read a sentence on the last page which gave away alot, but people keep telling me things and giving away things, lol, but I am really loving it so far.
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Redeem your heart for love and see where the wind takes you..........-Me
Little_Art_Gurl
09/12/05 8:42 PM GMT
lol, Really? You read Eragon 4 times? When I read the trilogy, I take my time and soak in every word and such, so I know I'm not missing anything, lol I just didn't know how to express my love for the books, so I made a website, about it. I'm awaiting the arival of the movie next June! lol. .But, the site is here if you'd like to view it Emerson.:)
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Redeem your heart for love and see where the wind takes you..........
::verenabloo
09/14/05 9:04 AM GMT
I thank you for your nice comments about my artwork...it means so much to me...hugs of thanx!!
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We like someone because. We love someone although.
pom1
09/17/05 1:36 PM GMT
Thanks for stopping by at "Hoverfly." :D
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Please feel welcome to view my Gallery Here
Little_Art_Gurl
09/20/05 6:14 PM GMT
lol YAY! I'm done with Eldest! You were right Emerson, it is too awsome! There are so many events all jam packed together in the end! Gee! I want to read the third book!!!!!!! lol
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Redeem your heart for love and see where the wind takes you..........
Little_Art_Gurl
09/20/05 8:13 PM GMT
Again? Oh my gosh, lol. You really must be the trilogy's biggest fan, Emmerson, lol. *sighs* I am in the same situation you are, my friend. I want to read the third book and don't want the trilogy to end..........Glad you like my site too! I worked really hard on it, your comments are well apprecaited, dear ^_^
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♥Nothings ever what it seems, in you life or in your dreams.........♥
BRIX
09/24/05 7:56 PM GMT
Im glad you like "race of lights", I like how you work with B&W and color together, it gives a diferent perpective of some things...England is wonderful city, why dont try 2 post images of its places... : )
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validawn
09/25/05 11:38 AM GMT
Hello Emerson,
Just wanted to stop by and say thank you for your comment on wood frog . psst... mine are on the left also ;)
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It is never to late to be what you might have been. - George Eliot
ChobiKaze
10/01/05 5:12 PM GMT
Hi there, thanks for commenting on 'London Night'. Its does look sophisticated, doesn't it. =D
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¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º° A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step ¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`
::distant_voices
10/04/05 9:20 PM GMT
Emerson,
Thanks for your input on --nowhere fast-- .... you guessed right, it was very difficult to focus it properly while i drove the car...it's a Scion XB. i'll let you know once i work on the image some more :]
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*:::: we are eternal:::all this pain is an illusion::::*
+ppigeon
11/01/05 8:30 PM GMT
Hey! Many thanks Emerson for the nice words on 'Alpine valley'. The Alps are fantastic if we are lucky enough to have sunray... :-)
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-pierre-
.jjmacky02
11/05/05 12:11 AM GMT
Thanks for the comments on A Break in the Storm. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
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::RobNevin
11/05/05 12:55 AM GMT
Hey Emerson .. thanks for your comment on Leaf on Water 3. It's sometimes interesting what you can make out of an otherwise simple image. Glad you enjoyed it and took the time to comment.

Rob
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You're invited to tour my gallery ••• º¹º¹ºº¹¹º¹¹º¹ºººº¹¹º¹ºººº¹¹º¹ººº
.proxima_centauri
11/05/05 8:49 PM GMT
hey thanks alot for visiting and leaving a comment on "night lights" and "self honesty" . glad you liked them
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.DeathScytheG
11/10/05 9:33 PM GMT
Thanks for the comment on my "Midnight Vista." I'm glad you like it.
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-=Pride is not a sin=-
.gs208103
11/19/05 3:50 AM GMT
Hi Emerson, thanks for the comments on "Houses of Parliament 1". I took it during my 10 week stay in London this summer when I was working as an intern at Kew Gardens. Thanks again for the comments!
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"This existence of ours is as transient as Autumn clouds. To watch the birth and death of beings is like looking at the movements of a dance. A lifetime is a flash of lightning in the sky. Rushing by, like a torrent down a steep mountain. " -Buddha
.angeleyes
11/28/05 3:16 PM GMT
thanks for your comment on electric blue, i'm glad you liked the image. i couldn't think of any other names, so thats why i called it that. i'm open to any suggestions if you have any....i'll give you credit for the name.
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.shedhead
11/28/05 7:38 PM GMT
Hi Emerson.Glad you liked ,Forest Stream.the photo was taken in Hamsterley Forest,In County Durham.thanks again Brian.
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&prismmagic
12/19/05 5:13 AM GMT
Thank you Emerson for th very kind input on my image El Captian Beach California
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Art is the perception of the creator. Meaning is the perception of the viewer. acceptance is the perception of society.
.kaoue
12/25/05 2:54 AM GMT
Thank you for the comment on "Gates of Heaven" Emerson, really appreciate it...
Merry Christmas to you. (=
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.personanongrata
12/27/05 8:11 PM GMT
You commented asking about my camera - I'm not sure about the model on the digital camera I use, but I know it's some sort of Nikon and it's pretty basic without many features and not much to offer in the way of a lens; as for my SLR, I use a Canon AE-1 with a 52mm lens. I've got a 102mm lens with it too, but I don't use it very often.
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.Aneirin
12/31/05 11:23 AM GMT
Thank you for your comments on "Nature truly is beautiful" and "Violet" Emerson, I'm glad you like my work. As for your question - I use photoshop CS (cant live without it) and I'm still deciding whether to upgrade to CS2, I imagine there a whole load of new features so ill have to look into it. On this new years eve I wish you a prosperous and healthy year to come.
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Will.
::cinny7
12/31/05 6:17 PM GMT
Thanks so much for your kind remarks on 'Love Forlorn', I really appreciate it! I will try what you suggested, thank you for the idea! All this manip is kinda' new to me, so I will see what I can come up! Anyhoo, thanks again!
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In this is love: not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the atoning sacrifice for our sins. 1 John 4:10
&trisbert
01/05/06 1:46 PM GMT
Thank you for your comments about “Maitland Vale” Emerson, I’d love to bring it over to your backyard but I’m a trifle busy right now :-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
&trisbert
01/08/06 10:04 PM GMT
It’s me again Emerson. Thank you for your comments about “Splendid View”, they are much appreciated.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
&trisbert
01/10/06 1:53 AM GMT
And me again Emerson :-)

I must agree about the lack of harshness in “Macquarie Sunset. Thank you for all your insightful comments about my photos, I really enjoy reading them.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
::jzaw
01/12/06 6:32 PM GMT
hey Emerson
nice to hear you have some quality blood in your family lines ;)

and thanks for your kind appraisal of ZAKOPANE SKIES

I hope some of the other Polish photos interest you too

btw though I have dual nationality and both passports and both parents are Polish, I was infact born in Manchester ... not so far from you in Lancs
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do acts of random kindness and sensless beauty! - small ***gallery* ** for your enjoyment
::jzaw
01/12/06 8:00 PM GMT
so glad you liked SUNRISE 2006

I'm with you on the red fence ... its how it was and I'm in a minimal touch mode these days, pretty much all I do is colour temp correct, sharpen a bit and crop
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do acts of random kindness and sensless beauty! - small ***gallery* ** for your enjoyment
+photoimagery
01/15/06 8:03 AM GMT
Hi Emerson: I'm pleased you like "Bedding Down". They really are magnificent animals that can be very dangerous up close. Especially if they are feeling threatened or are protecting their harem.

Also thanks for your very kind comments on "Afternoon Weather".

Light is that magical phenomenon that allows us to enjoy the sights of the physical world, is the property that grants me the ability to interpret and record the beauties of that which is so vital to me: my physical environment. Each of us sees and interprets the world a little differently and I am happy to share my interpretive vision of it with you.
M.G. Furner
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::RobNevin
01/21/06 2:14 PM GMT
Hey Emerson! Glad you liked my posting 4UU-4. You asked if I wrapped up warm. As a matter of fact the day was relatively warm, though a bit breezy at the top of Sulphur Mountain where I took the shot. Check out www.banffgondola.com!

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You're invited to tour my gallery ••• º¹º¹ºº¹¹º¹¹º¹ºººº¹¹º¹ºººº¹¹º¹ººº
+ppigeon
02/04/06 10:06 AM GMT
About 'Amsterdam': No editings. Just a correction of the contrast/lighting, as usual. Thanks Emerson :-)
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-Pierre-
.Dunstickin
02/04/06 3:28 PM GMT
Thank you for your comments to 'Pond-Life'....I also 'mirror your words..I know exacly what you mean!!!!..........sincere thanks for your visit........Bob
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+photoimagery
02/11/06 7:15 PM GMT
Thank you Emerson for your comments on "Wenatchee River Surprise". I'm sorry it has taken me so long to answer your post but I had major back surgery and I'm just now catching up. As to upping the contrast, I didn't up it at all. First I use a polarizer on ALL of my shots, in this case the image is half a stop under exposed and I use Fuji Velvia, which has a very good saturation quality about it.
Thanks again.

Light is that magical phenomenon that allows us to enjoy the sights of the physical world. That property grants me the ability to interpret and record the beauties of which are so vital to me: my physical environment. Each of us sees and interprets the world a little differently and I am happy to share my interpretive vision of it with you.
M.G. Furner (PhotoImagery)
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.rvrman21
02/24/06 11:40 AM GMT
Thanks so much for your uplifting comments
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::xyccoc
04/05/06 6:54 PM GMT
hey Emerson.. thank you for the comments on Something Purple - Revisited & U1.. and nope, its not gun parts hehe.. subscribe to the image.. im gonna let it go for a couple days to see if anyone can guess it :D

Dj
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And everytime I feel that my lifes a waste.. I just cant rid myself of your bitter taste.. - Me (Option21)
.PrettyFae
04/08/06 8:20 PM GMT
Hey Emerson :D
Thanks for the support on *Lunar Dreams*...I just got my marks back as well...and for my painting I got full marks! 25/25 X)

Oh and by the way...I'm sure you'll do great in yours next year, but if you ever need any help then don't hesitate to ask!
Best wishes,

Fae x
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::rahto
04/10/06 3:08 PM GMT
Thanks Emerson for your support on my picture “Big Bird” I think someone told me it was a Grey Herring.

Bob
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.hobgoblin
04/11/06 7:27 AM GMT
(Just testing the link!)
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::Asrai
04/11/06 6:49 PM GMT
Hey there, Emerson! Thanks for stopping by ~Pit~. I hope it didn't cause any permanent brain damage. I loved your comments!! LOL
=P

Smiles,
Dot
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Magic is everywhere...
::Benroy
04/11/06 7:12 PM GMT
Hi Emerson, thanks for your comments on Fellfoot 2, very much appreciated. It is a good spot to see the RAF testing. If your interested, a better place is thirlmere. After they comeover the top of Dunmail Raise they drop very low and fly right along the length of the lake and because the valley is thin and steep there are some great vantage points.

Cheers..........
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&trisbert
04/11/06 11:59 PM GMT
Hello Emerson. What wonderful comments you left at “A New Day at Toronto Bay.” Thank you. I have another one with a few Pacific Black Ducks swimming past but that one was really in your face.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
.orange_freak
04/12/06 8:46 PM GMT
Hello Emerson, thank you very much for taking the time to comment on my image "wiring." It's very much appreciated. -melanie
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&trisbert
04/12/06 11:52 PM GMT
Hello Emerson. Your comments about “Private Reflections” are much appreciated, even the critique about the borders. Thank you. Have you tried auto hiding the task bar? Some people like it and some don’t. Personally I think a start button without a task bar would be perfect.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
+ppigeon
04/13/06 2:15 PM GMT
Hey! Thanks Emerson for the excellent feedback you left on my 'Springbok in sunset'.
About the border, I do agree. Just a problem with the 3/2 ratio of the original image.
Thanks again!
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-Pierre-
&trisbert
04/15/06 11:26 AM GMT
Hello Emerson. I really like your idea of backlighting the cactus blooms in “Blooming Midnight”. Thank you, it was only the neighbours Rottweiler that prevented me from doing it this year :-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
.sammorgan
04/19/06 1:42 PM GMT
Hi Emmerson - thanks for the friend!!!!!!!!
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Your ever so clever but if your not clever you will never get into heaven again
.ezulwinikid
04/20/06 9:14 AM GMT
Hi Emerson
Thank you for your kind comments on Cosmic Symphony:-) I am at school at the moment when I get home I will check out Apophysis and figure out what I did, I will send you a personal message when I've figured it out:-)
Deborah
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.ekowalska
04/26/06 5:14 PM GMT
Hello Emerson,

Would like to thank you for your warm comment on panorama. Great to know you found it so interesting. Tell me more about your Polish origin... Is one of your parents Polish?

Greetings
Ewa
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If you admire nature for its creations why don't you visit the gallery of its reporter...
+photoimagery
06/20/06 11:08 PM GMT
Thank you Emerson for the kind comments on "Splish - Splash I Was Takin A Bath". I really appreciate it.
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.hobgoblin
10/21/06 9:04 PM GMT
Just checking the link...
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.hobgoblin
10/21/06 9:05 PM GMT
and again...
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.hobgoblin
10/21/06 9:08 PM GMT
...and again...
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|-|¤ßgØß¿ÎÑ - Please, enter to become us undead.
.jackygroen
10/25/06 9:53 PM GMT
Thank you Emerson for that nice comment on the storm surge barrier (and for the info I might add) now you can go back to checking the link again (lol) sorry, couldn't resist:)

Jacky
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joy is not in things, it's in us !!!
.Lady_Rhea_
02/10/07 9:10 AM GMT
Hello. ^_^
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Smile chicken!
::cynlee
07/22/07 9:07 PM GMT
Dear Emerson, I just wanted you to know that you were right about Flame being shot with the Canon and not the Kodak. Good eye! Thanks for stopping by. Cindy
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You will be led to the knowledge of the internal things which are invisible to you, by the external things which you see before you. . . . Even so then, we can represent to ourselves in thought the Author of all that is, by contemplating and admiring the (visible) things which He has made, and ever brings into being. - Hermes
::JQ
08/13/07 2:37 PM GMT
hi emerson, glad you enjoyed orange ripples! jan
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::LynEve
08/30/07 12:07 AM GMT
Kia Ora Emerson, thank you for commenting on Blue Windermere :)It was taken just over a year ago 20/8/06. A most beautiful area.
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The question is not what you look at, but what you see ~ Marcel Proust
+KEIFER
05/14/09 11:58 AM GMT
Emerson .. I was just making an attempt at humor. Really! I'm not THAT shallow .. I just play one on the web

;o)
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♪ ♫ When I grow up I wanna be an old woman...an old, old, old, old, old..old woman.. ♪ ♫

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