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Stelios K
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Kalamata Greece 
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1980 (37 years) 
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04/11/05 10:08 PM GMT06/27/08 4:43 PM GMT 

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J_272004
04/11/05 11:23 PM GMT
Thanks for your comment on Emotions.. im glad you like it.. and yes he was a wise man.. :)

Welcome to Caedes.... im sure you will enjoy the site... :D
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The human heart feels things the eyes cannot see, and knows what the mind cannot understand. --Robert Vallett
MrXwild
04/12/05 3:16 AM GMT
Thank you Pcman for the comment on The Last Samurai I really appreciate it!

Thanks Again,
Xwild
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Whatever you imagine is reality.
::groo2k
04/12/05 3:03 PM GMT
Welcome to Caedes. Thanks for your comment on Tiger 2. I very much appreciate it.
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::magical
04/26/05 9:49 PM GMT
hi stelios, glad you like the "water lady" ... not speed, a good model was the secret :))
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fantasy is man's greatest gift
CoolGirl
04/27/05 7:26 PM GMT
Does your name mean Pacman or P.C. man like personal computer(p.c.)
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::mia04
04/30/05 11:41 AM GMT
Hi, thanks for commenting on "Blue Wave", I'm glad you liked it! As to overexposure - you are right, the light was a bit tricky... but I'm learning to do better... So, thanks again for your comment and critique, I really appreciate it!
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For every complex problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong. - H. L. Mencken
::mia04
05/02/05 6:36 PM GMT
Hi, thanks again for browsing through my gallery and leaving your comment on "Caribbean Beach"!
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For every complex problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong. - H. L. Mencken
+mayne
05/03/05 5:35 AM GMT
Thank you for the comment on Excuse Me. You are close on the shutter speed:-)
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Darryl
::Accipiter
05/05/05 1:48 AM GMT
Stelios, thanks for your comments on Misty Geese. No, the entire picture isn't upside down! The geese were swimming in front of a stand of trees which were reflecting in the water of the pond. The mist surrounding the geese kept them isolated from the reflections. By putting the geese at the very top of the frame, I got the geese and the mist but only the reflections of the trees are upside down.
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::SoulWeb
05/19/05 2:01 AM GMT
Thanks for the comment of "Stress of Strings." I always liked that picture, but your comment made me like it more. lol!
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"Simplify, simplify!"
::drgibson
05/27/05 1:10 PM GMT
Thank you for your vote on My Flutterby.
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Capturing for infinity that which only lasts for a short time.
::Accipiter
06/14/05 12:21 AM GMT
Stelios, thanks for your comment on Island Sunset. Not a lie...it actually looked that way! 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
Steb
07/01/05 4:41 AM GMT
Only just noticed your comment - many thanks

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.
trisbert
08/18/05 9:38 AM GMT
Hello Stelios, I enjoyed reading your comments about “Shadows”. Thank you. You are correct it was taken with a digital camera.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
::xyccoc
09/07/05 2:33 AM GMT
hey Stelios.. ty for the great comment on Amalgamate.. im glad you enjoyed it..

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)
cameraatje
09/19/05 5:09 PM GMT
Hoi Stelios,

Thanks for the compliments on "Carriage Driving Horse Show". Although it was a sunny day in september the sky indeed looks a bit pale on all the photos that day. Your comments are very much appreciated. Gr. Eric
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Si
10/15/05 4:21 PM GMT
Thanks for your kind words (and score!) on "Sunrise swan", Stelios :-)
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DeathScytheG
10/21/05 1:25 AM GMT
Thanks for the comment on my "Death Valley Sunset with Moon." If you look more closely, you'll see that it's under the "Photography->Manipulation" subsection, so it can't be 100% real :P I'm glad you like it at any rate.
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-=Pride is not a sin=-
heidlerr
10/28/05 1:27 AM GMT
I'm glad that you took the time to view and comment on my Mountain Stream Beauty image. Thank you Stelios for the nice comments. I appreciate your support. I would have gone farther up stream but the large rock out cropping on the left stopped me.
Russ
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No image should ever be given a zero. You are insulting the efforts of people trying to learn. Mr. Russ
::fotobob
11/03/05 1:57 AM GMT
Stelios,
Thank you so very much for your wondeful comment about my, Mix Lake in the Snow. Mix lake is one of my favorites to photograph in any season.
Cameraannie
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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
::heidlerr
12/24/05 2:17 PM GMT
Thanks Stelios or viewing and commenting on my On Golden Pond 5 photo. The fish was the hardest part of this image to manipulate. It took a while to get it to look like it was under water. The trees and leaf reflection was given a wind ripple along with the ring ripple. This was a series of progression in learning to use layers and filters. A later evolution had what appeared to be a dead cat floating in the water with a fish pecking at it.
Russ
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View the world with your mind's eye. Mr. Russ
::Benroy
01/03/06 12:56 AM GMT
Hi Stelios, thanks for your comment on the Clearest Day, very much appreciated. It was done with Terragen.

Cheers..........
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.FireGeo
06/08/06 1:43 AM GMT
Thanks for your comment on Developing Shanghai. I think your comment describes Shanghai quite well - at first it's so foreign it doesn't quite feel right but slowly it pulls you in and you enjoy it.
Cheers,
Chris.
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I have a plan so cunning you could put a tail on it and call it a weasel
.theradman
06/11/06 1:52 PM GMT
Thanks for you kind words on "Columbine". I took a pile of shots .. it was the only one that really worked out. This is the usual way it goes for me. (I love digital .. saves film)
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::cynlee
07/29/06 12:13 AM GMT
Hi, You asked about the lens on Damsel Fair and I have to say it is a zoom lens on the Kodak DX6490, a great point and shoot camera. Yes, the picture was cropped, but not much. I have a new Rebel that I am playing with, but like to take the Kodak along wherever I go. Thanks for the question.
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::third_eye
08/31/06 12:56 AM GMT
hi stelios, thanks for your comments on 'ornate facade'. about my 'equipment', i'm using what passes for a camera for now, a fujifilm E500 4.1 MP point and shoot toy...and yes, the building was that big
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I saw a peanut stand, heard a rubber band, I saw a needle that winked its eye. But I think I will have seen everything When I see an elephant fly. MY GALLERY
::jeenie11
11/03/06 3:58 AM GMT
thanks for commenting on amity. i appreciate hearing what you have to say. jen
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i'm so far behind that i know i'll never catch up. sorry if i don't comment on each of your pictures. . be patient! Please Visit My Gallery
::theshrew
11/03/06 8:58 AM GMT
Thank you Stelios for your comments on my Ullapool Medley. Yes, I agree, I too live close to the sea and ships and love those scenes. Like Greece, I also have some mountains nearby too - so we have the best of both worlds. I have experienced your world a few times - I hope you can experience mine one day!
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::theshrew
11/05/06 1:37 PM GMT
Hi,
Thanks for your comments on basil and some rain! The problem I had with this one was that I shot it in portrait mode, so had to chop off quite a bit to resize with good composition. I will certainly bear what you said in mind. I appreciate the quality degenerated in getting a reasonably sized photo to post. I loved the sweeping lines however so posted it anyway!
Thanks again
Kate
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If you want to find something - ask a photographer or camerman!
.ekowalska
11/05/06 4:46 PM GMT
Hi Stelios,

I'm delighted that you came by to see "fishing on the river". The ripples were made by the motorboat that has just passed by the boat. Narew river is most popular among anglers, who spend long hours playing with a rod, line and hook. Sometimes the river rewards their efforts with a nice big pike or catfish.

Ewa
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If you admire nature for its creations why don't you visit the gallery of its reporter...

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