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Jeff
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Location:
New Jersey,USA 
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06/18/04 11:51 PM GMT08/25/17 7:06 PM GMT 

Recent Works by j_l_levine: (full gallery)

Sunset @ the Jersey shore by j_l_levine, photography->sunset/rise gallery The Bridge to the other side by j_l_levine, photography->bridges gallery Trying to blend in.. by j_l_levine, photography->animals gallery
Sunset @ the Jersey shore The Bridge to the other side Trying to blend in..

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heidlerr
08/09/04 4:30 PM GMT
Thanks Jeff for viewing and commenting on my "Rock City" photo.
Russ }:@)

View the world using your minds eye.
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::Neamh
01/23/05 5:34 PM GMT
I am glad that you liked "Mirimar".Thanks for the comments.Much appreciated.
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::Dunstickin
05/09/07 7:26 AM GMT
Thank you for using 'Another Kirk' for your desktop Jeff...
much appreciated.....
Bob
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*You will have noticed that I haven't been commenting as much on your fine images!..This is because of the pains in my hands!..the constant use of the keyboard, makes this difficult..so, my dear friends..I can only apologise to you all in advance!* Dunstickin's Gallery
.MarianaEwa
09/11/08 8:46 PM GMT
Hi Jeff,
thanks for the lovely comments on Late Evening in July 5 much appreciated.
Have a great evening :)
Mariana
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::biffobear
08/12/10 8:30 AM GMT
Thanks Jeff.One of the few religous places left standing,When Henry VIII,Got a strop on..Although the rear part got a working over..
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“Life is full of beauty. Notice it. Notice the bumble bee, the small child, and the smiling faces. Smell the rain, and feel the wind. Live your life to the fullest potential, and fight for your dreams.”
.Eubeen
10/26/10 4:25 AM GMT
Thanks Jeff for your comments on "Misty Morning". Much appreciated and glad you liked the scene. Have a wonderful day, ~Wendell
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Think about the photo before and after, never during. The secret is to take your time. You mustn't go too fast. The subject must forget about you. Then, however, you must be very quick. Henri Cartier-Bresson

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