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06/30/04 10:10 PM GMT
Thank you for taking the time to comment on (Quiet Pride). I think you may be right about it being plain and hard to understand, probably why it didn't get rated very well over all. I guess it looked better to me because I can see the palm tree and the lights for what they were when I took the picture, not just what they look like out of context. The lights are just orange branches and such from the street lights near the flag. I am trying to get better at looking at images from the perspective of someone who was not there to see what everything may be. Thanks for the input. I see you've been around Caedes a little while but since I am the first to comment in your profile, welcome anyway :)
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10/31/04 6:51 PM GMT
Thanks for the enthusiastic comment on In My Hand! Made me laugh reading it :) Glad you like it!
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11/15/04 2:16 AM GMT
Hi luckycharmz! Thank you for the comment on "Frosted Lucky Charms";-)
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08/01/05 2:19 AM GMT
Hello! :)
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"Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens"-J.R.R. Tolkien
08/01/05 2:52 AM GMT
Thank you! :)
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"Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens"-J.R.R. Tolkien
08/01/05 4:45 AM GMT
thanx for ure comments on Eiffel
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"Nothing is more exhilirating than pointing out the shortcomings of others".
08/01/05 5:08 AM GMT
Thank you Ashley for your comments on "Backlit Sycamore". When I got my first camera back in the late 70's I took this image. I'll bet I hadn't had the camera 6 months.
I was sitting in my living room and the sun was backlighting these leaves and giving the Sycamore balls little halos of light in their fuzzy coverings. It was a sight just begging to be captured. It's nice to know that after all these years it can still draw attention to itself. Thanks again.

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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08/01/05 10:56 PM GMT
Those are nice comments you left at “Dusky Blades” Ashley, Thank you.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
08/02/05 6:06 AM GMT
Hello Ashley, carpe diem it's a old latin proverb.difficult to translate but it's like -size the day-.Thanks.
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Carpe diem...
08/02/05 4:45 PM GMT
Hi Ashley, thanks for the comment on (Love the Swamp). The other half of that little project, (Fear the Swamp) was actually my favorite of the two, but it didn't make it. Oh well :). Glad you enjoyed this one!
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08/03/05 10:01 AM GMT
Thanks Ashley for the kind words on 'Baby swan'. Now, 2 years later, he certainly is a nice and big swan! :-)
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08/11/05 2:32 AM GMT
Hello my friend, how have you been doing? :)
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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
08/13/05 5:15 PM GMT
Hey Ashley, thanks for checking out (Summer Shade). It is a beautiful place I always enjoy visiting. I'm glad you liked the photo~
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08/21/05 8:03 PM GMT
Many thanks, Ashley, for your kind comment on "Pastry Dreams". I really appreciate your taking the time.
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Peace is worth killing for.
11/14/05 3:26 PM GMT
Thank you Ashley, for leaving your comments on Water Colors Supplement...glad you liked it and I appreciate your visit.:Pat.
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FEAR is a darkroom where negatives develop.
08/02/06 1:32 PM GMT
Other than being cold, sunrises in the winter are spectacular. Thanks for commenting.
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08/02/06 1:56 PM GMT
Hey Ashley...thank you for your welcome visit to River kind and much appreciated..................Bob
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*Please forgive me, for not replying to every one of your lovely images-Problems with my hands is making it difficult at present* Dunstickin's Gallery
08/02/06 2:00 PM GMT
A Morning Mist in Vermont .....Thank you for stopping by, and commenting, Ashley. Glad you liked this. It's one of my favourites.
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08/02/06 4:40 PM GMT
Hello Ashley. I'm glad to read your nice words on 'Fancy dress'. Thanks a lot :-)
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08/02/06 6:25 PM GMT
Hi Ashley, thanks for leaving a comment about my Champs Elysee photograph. :) Patti
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"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, that is why we call it the present." well much ...laugh often
08/03/06 7:36 AM GMT
Dear Ashley,

So good to know you devoted so much time and attention to look "at sunset". Sunsets are pure beauties, don't you think? And isn't it interesting that the dust in the atmosphere makes these colours? Nothing like the silence and watching the sun go down... Stay tuned.

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If you admire nature for its creations why don't you visit the gallery of its reporter...
08/03/06 3:18 PM GMT
No problem....I'm fairly new as well, although, I haven't added any images so keep it up. Can't wait to see what else you add.
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Once I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken....
08/03/06 6:03 PM GMT
Hi Ashley, many thanks for your visit and great feedback on Lighthouse #2 Revised...very glad you found it inspiring and I appreciate your time and stopping to comment.:Pat.
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You can't trust a tiger. You never know when he might be lion.
08/08/06 2:21 PM GMT
Thanks Ashley for kind words on "Sunset 2006 Part1"...
Glad you like it!
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08/09/06 10:30 PM GMT
Thanks Ashley for the kind words on my "Junk Beetle and Oporto City". They are much appreciated.
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The painter constructs, the photographer discloses. (Susan Sontag)
08/09/06 11:12 PM GMT
Hey Ashley, thanks for the real nice comments at "under the pier". The water at that spot in the gulf of Mexico really is a beautiful blue. Plus the day was drop dead gorgeous with bright sunny skies. The photo is actually a little over exposed but still I thought it a good shot.
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We make a living by what we get; but we make a life by what we give.
08/10/06 2:01 PM GMT
Thanks Ashley for your comments on "Yellow Bird." That airplane was definitely one of my favorites.
Thanks again!
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08/12/06 3:57 AM GMT
Thanks for the comment on my image...I cant remember how i made the spiral thing, since that was a while ago, and b/c i just stumbled across it while making a fractal flame. The program i used was Apophysis. (There are a lot of neat programs under Navigation --> Other Stuff --> Frequently Used software.)
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You do not have to thank me if I leave a comment on your image...unless you really want to. ...this is a new thing to save time. =)
08/12/06 2:01 PM GMT
Hello Ashley. Thank you for your comments about “Cain Point”, I’m glad you like it.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
08/13/06 1:33 AM GMT
Sunflower Sky --Thanks Ashley, for enjoying it...
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08/13/06 1:59 PM GMT
Thanks for your recent comments on images in my Gallery. I appreciate your support.
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Anything that excites me for any reason, I will photograph; not searching for unusual subject matter, but making the commonplace unusual. Edward Weston
08/14/06 3:18 AM GMT
Hello! Thank you so much for the wonderful comments on my photo of Three horses! I really loved taking their picture. I took a lot! But the one I posted is my favorite. I really liked the original, but I had to chop it down.. anyways, thanks again, you brought a smile to my face with your great words!
Love, Kate
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love sweet love
08/15/06 10:09 AM GMT
Hi Ashley, thanks for the comments on my shots!
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08/19/06 8:11 PM GMT
Hey Ashley, thank you for commenting on "Book of Love." To answer your question, yes, the book is in German. :)
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"A photograph is often looked at...rarely looked into." -Ansel Adams
09/11/06 3:12 AM GMT
Thanks for the nice note at Landed, Ashley - butterflies are too illusive for me. I won't even tell you how many shots I took just to get one! :)
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It's all about perspective and perception.

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