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.kirand04

Artist
Real Name:
Kirsten
Comments:
152
Creds [?]:
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Gender:
Female 
Location:
Auckland, New Zealand 
Birthday:
1984 (33 years) 
Membership:
05/25/05 4:30 AM GMT02/24/10 7:41 AM GMT 

Recent Works by kirand04: (full gallery)

Snowy Mountains Wanaka by kirand04, Photography->Mountains gallery wanaka - NZ by kirand04, Photography->Mountains gallery The Great Wall by kirand04, Photography->Castles/ruins gallery
Snowy Mountains Wanaka wanaka - NZ The Great Wall

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+ppigeon
05/28/05 3:39 PM GMT
Hello. Thank you for your kind words on my 'Rainforest' series. Welcome to caedes.net :-)
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-Pierre-
kirand04
05/29/05 2:18 AM GMT
Your welcome!
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::philcUK
05/29/05 8:56 AM GMT
Thanks Kirsten for your post on Sea Meets Sky. Not a fan of Terragen/Bryce/Vue etc myself as they are often very generic and ham fisted renderings that appear on here but I was glad to find a location to shoot that put all those programs to shame :-)
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
::photoimagery
05/30/05 4:42 AM GMT
Thanks Kirsten for your cryptic and cool comments on "Getting the Bigger Picture" and "Picnic Anyone?". I really appreciate you taking a look at my gallery and I'm glad you liked it.

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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::JOHANNA
05/31/05 8:41 PM GMT
Thanks Kirsten for the nice comment on -Daisies-.Very much appreciated.
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Carpe diem....
kirand04
06/01/05 5:51 AM GMT
Your welcome also! Nice pics deserve nice comments:-) so your both most welcome!
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::alexis518
06/01/05 1:11 PM GMT
Hi Kirsten! So glad you enjoyed "under the pier". The lighting was difficult, but I did get the shot I wanted.
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We make a living by what we get; but we make a life by what we give.
fly
06/01/05 10:14 PM GMT
Thank you for your comment on Niagara Horseshoe Falls Ca. yes I Know to much mist I wish I could remove it to but when the sun is out it makes for nice rainbows...Thanks Kirsten.
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::Accipiter
06/02/05 2:19 AM GMT
Kirsten, welcome to Caedes, it really is a wonderful international community here. Thanks for your comments on my Rippled Dune photo. Your ambition to slide down a dune is quite in order...people use the steeper dunes for exactly such fun...even a few folks on snowboards. Most of the sand is very fine in texture and some of the dunes are remarkably steep, and several hunderd feet high! Mike
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"It is important to remember that these things, the machinery of photography are no more than a means to an end. It is easy enough - and a blind alley - to mistake those means for the end itself." - Charlie Waite
::philcUK
06/02/05 7:31 PM GMT
Thanks Kirsten for the post on MAC OSX Evolution. Nice to hear from you again.

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
Lithfo
06/03/05 4:06 AM GMT
Thank you for your comments on "Color Stretch". That photo is actually edited, so it was really a bit brighter.
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If a picture is good enough for you to click on, it's good enough for you to vote on.
::fotobob
06/04/05 6:01 PM GMT
Kristen,
Thank you so very much for visiting my, Pawnee Buttes, the western end of the, Great Plains . I am flattered by your comment. But WOW! your road trip is just a beautiful image. I have always dreamed of visiting your country. I would like to spend a year on the South Island just doing my photo work.
fotobob
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Annie and I invite you to visit our website. Photography is not a trade - it is an art. It is more that an art. It is a solar phenomenon, where the artist collaborates with the sun. deLamartine 1855
kirand04
06/05/05 1:09 AM GMT
your most welcome! i hope you do get to visit NZ. its a wonderful place for nature pics.
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orange_freak
06/06/05 11:37 PM GMT
Thank you, Kirsten for your comment on 'Sunset With Boat". Thanks for taking the time. much appreciated.
Melanie
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You can't always tell, just from looking. Step into my Gallery.
::CaptainHero
06/09/05 2:28 PM GMT
Thanks for the comment on Just Smile.
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"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." Bertrand Russell
trisbert
06/09/05 2:46 PM GMT
Hello Kirsten, Many thanks for your comments about “Admiring The Sunrise” 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
shutterbug
06/10/05 2:03 AM GMT
Hi Kirsten,

Thanks for the comments on the Sand Dune at Sossusvlei. The Namib desert is indeed a magical place - full of life and amazing colors.
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"take only photographs...leave only footprints"
Steb
06/11/05 8:31 AM GMT
Thanks Kirsten. Glad you like the waves. Water features a lot in my photographs.

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
06/11/05 1:43 PM GMT
Kirsten - thanks for the post on Great Wave. Dont know what the translation of the type is but its from one of Hokusai's other paintings and includes his signature.
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
::Paul_Gerritsen
06/11/05 5:43 PM GMT
Hello Kirsten, nice to hear from you.
It's funny, your comment to the beach. I have been to New Zealand in '95 with, at that time my girl friend (now my wife) and my sister and her friend. He was born in NZ and we did a youth hostel and b&b tour then. We also visited his family and stayed for 4 weeks. We saw both Islands and we were amazed by all the natural beauty. We have seen quite our share of the world, but we still value our time in NZ the most. And now you want to go to our beach... Well, I promise you this, you can stay with our family all summer through, if we can stay with you during our winter! There is just one condition, you will be required to baby sit my kids, (2 and 5 ages). Well ?????
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If you can't find the words, you may as well shoot it...
kirand04
06/12/05 12:48 AM GMT
Ummmmm....let me think about that one hehe.
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::June
07/07/05 8:02 PM GMT
Hi Kirsten. Tks for your comments on Cat's Eye Reworked!
June
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"A picture is worth a thousand words"
+mayne
08/08/05 3:57 PM GMT
Thank you Kirsten for the comment on "Back to Future":-)
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Darryl
::photoimagery
08/12/05 4:52 AM GMT
Thank You Kirsten for your lovely comments on "Washington Shoreline". I'm pleased you liked it.

A human being is part of a whole, called by us the Universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separated from the rest--a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circles of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.
Albert Einstein
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cameraatje
08/14/05 6:59 AM GMT
Hoi Kirsten,

Thanks for the nice comments on "So Blue (Female) Polyommatus Icarus".
much appreciated.
Gr. Eric
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timo
08/19/05 8:43 AM GMT
hay Im a kiwi to u must love the ocean being a new zealander .This photo was taken in ozzy at a spot called spookyz the rider surfs realy realy good so it wasnt to hard to get a shot anyways thanks for your response kirsten ;)
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timo
kirand04
09/06/05 12:05 AM GMT
Yes love the ocean its magnificent...we have some pretty beautiful beaches down here too...
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° º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°kirst°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º° ________________________ "To the world you might be one person, but to one person you just might be the world"
trisbert
09/07/05 2:56 PM GMT
Hello Kirsten,
Thank you for your comments about “Gap Creek Falls”. No need to apologise for the double posting, when your saying nice things like that you can leave as many as you want :-) I agree about the tree, it would take a chainsaw and some serious climbing gear to get rid of it so it stays. Thanks again. Your comments 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
pom1
09/10/05 8:04 PM GMT
Hi Kirsten, thanks for liking "Common Blue2". :D
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Please feel welcome to view my Gallery Here
sansoni7
09/11/05 10:28 PM GMT
Hi Kirsten, wellcome to my gallery and thanks for your comments on« the sun is setting».
very much appreciate.
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Look around and catch it ; the Art is there !
indian
10/14/05 3:32 AM GMT
glad u share my comments on Purity
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"Nothing is more exhilirating than pointing out the shortcomings of others".
.Steb
01/01/06 12:25 AM GMT
Thanks Kirsten. Glad you like it. Happy New Year

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.
::amida
04/09/06 10:52 AM GMT
Greetings Kirsten. . thanks for liking my "A Hand in Space". . I guess its a case of sometimes looking an ones captures from a different vantage point. All the best

Amida
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This Moment - Wonderful Moment!
.cute_lizzy
11/05/06 5:19 PM GMT
heyheyhey
thanks a bunch for comment on shoes
glad you like!

:D
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.Freedom96
11/26/08 12:27 AM GMT
Thank you Kirsten for commenting on "Formation"

Airika
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"I am never afraid of what I know" -Black Beauty

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