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Vladimir
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ninjatabby
12/03/04 1:59 AM GMT
Hi Vladimir, thanks for taking the time to comment on 'Storm Front,' I really appreciate it.
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I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that don't work. -- Thomas Edison
Steb
12/03/04 7:57 PM GMT
Many thanks Vladimir

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.
lusikny
12/03/04 9:33 PM GMT
Thank you, Vladimir, for your comment on Evening sky. I am glad you enjoyed it.
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::photoimagery
12/03/04 11:39 PM GMT
Vladimir, I'm glad you liked "Oregon Trail Holdout" & "Praying For Spring". Thanks for the compliments.
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heidlerr
12/06/04 2:33 PM GMT
Thank you Vladimir for taking the time to view and post a comment on this image. I was on my way to the grocery store when I saw the beautiful clouds. I stopped along the way to photograph this sunset. I have several photos of this vibrant sunset to upload. I'm glad that you like this Macon Sunset 3 photo.
Russ
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"The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work." - Emile Zola (1840-1902)
::philcUK
12/09/04 9:08 AM GMT
thanks for your post on my Mimas image - glad you liked it

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
Accipiter
12/12/04 3:55 AM GMT
Vladimir, I'm pleased to be able to remind you of Arizona. It is truly a magical place! Thanks for commenting on Grand Canyoun Sunrise....Mike
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Accipiter
12/12/04 8:57 PM GMT
Vladimir, thanks for also commenting On a Clear day and again I'm pleased it brings back fond memories for you.. I'll send you a personal with the location of the shot....Mike
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ryanrahn
12/15/04 2:39 AM GMT
Thank you for commenting on "California Sunset". Your input is always appreciated.
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Ryan
kie
12/15/04 5:17 AM GMT
thanks for comment on "evening sky''..and thanks also for criticism:) btw language is lithuanian:)
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mythica
12/18/04 2:25 AM GMT
Thank's so much for your kind comments on 'Phat Splat' - It could be an orchid, very big though. cheers.
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I think, therefore I thwim. A glass pod revisited... WATCH OUT!!! Splat!
Accipiter
12/21/04 1:57 AM GMT
Hi Vladimir, glad you had a chance to see Heart of the Canyon, and thanks for leaving a comment. Photos inside the canyon are tough to take without shadows, but the color of the rick is heightened by the low sun angle, so the shadows were acceptable.
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Accipiter
12/22/04 1:09 AM GMT
Hey, its me again...thanks for the comments on my Phantom photos. Glad you liked these shots...a few more to post this week. Obviously, visiting the carrier was a once in a lifetime experience. All my shots related to Navy aircraft and the carrier USS Constellation were taken in 1972.
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jacked
12/27/04 10:43 AM GMT
I want to thank you for your time and nice comments on ( Sweet ) they are so appreciated. Dwight.
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"Once you have heard the lark, known the swish of feet through hill-top grass and smelt the earth made ready for the seed, you are never again going to be fully happy about the cities and towns that man carries like a crippling weight upon his back." - Gwyn Thomas
cmt3
12/29/04 6:54 PM GMT
hey - keep taking those pictures - you're awesome. thanx for dropping a note!

"We are all entitled to do stupid things. Some people abuse the privilege."
-- America's Funniest Home Videos
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::photoimagery
12/29/04 7:18 PM GMT
Thank you Vladimir for your comments on "Storms' Comin". Glad you liked it.
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trisbert
01/11/05 11:08 AM GMT
Those are nice comments you left at "Enchanted Buoyancy" Vladimir. Thank you. I agree with you about the c-index (but I am biased) :-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
co2metal
01/11/05 8:38 PM GMT
thanks for the comment and vote on "repercussions".. much appreciated ;]
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::beansbond
01/11/05 9:23 PM GMT
In answer to your question about "Lakeside Early," the far path is not perpendicular to the path I was standing on. So it appears to rise. My camera was held plumb and level during the photo (the tree to the right is straight up and down). In mechanical drafting, this would be called an "isometric" effect. Funny though, my mind knows the layout and has been trained to see it "correctly," so I didn't even notice this in the photo until you and several other people mentioned it. A good reason for photographers to look at everything, even the familiar with "new eyes!" Steve
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Flatpuppet
01/12/05 2:53 AM GMT
Thanks Vladimir for your comments on "3 Balls." About the res. I made this before I thought to upload it here at caedes, so I made it to fit my screen. In the future I will try to make them larger.
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LiquidguitarJP
01/21/05 3:53 PM GMT
Thanks for the comment on my image "Cancun". Glad you liked it! ..sorry about that one part.
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Gather ye Rosebuds While ye May, Old time is still A-Flyin' This same Flower that Smiles today, Tomorrow will be Dyin' My lonely image: The Eye of the Beholder's Cousin
+mayne
01/26/05 7:20 PM GMT
Thank you for the comment on Chia, Vladimir:-)
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Darryl
::philcUK
01/27/05 10:53 PM GMT
Thanks for your post Vladimir on my Eagle shot - glad you liked it!

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
MatthewKahnke
01/29/05 12:41 AM GMT
Ha, nice icon, the Moab bomb. It was a terror to the russians! But any way I am a big History junkie on the Atomic bombs. Any questions?



Matthew :-)
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::philcUK
01/29/05 9:46 AM GMT
Hi Vladimir - glad you stopped by my Leaf Litter images - I like them a lot but they seam to have gone down like a lead ballon! you just can never tell with peoples tastes!

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
Trin
01/31/05 10:08 PM GMT
I browsed through your gallery, your work is great, so many nice landscapes! Honolulu must be really lovely. Regards ~ Maria
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henski
02/02/05 6:38 PM GMT
Thanks, Vladimir, for your comments on 'Moon over Mountain'. Glad you enjoyed it.
I'm curious, what's a 20D ?
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::philcUK
02/04/05 4:22 PM GMT
Thanks Vlad for your post on my latest Volcano NASA image. I have to admit the "why do you think it erupted" quote threw me a little as well :-)
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
tbhockey
02/05/05 1:59 AM GMT
Thanks for commenting on Frozen Foliage!
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-tbhockey
McLloyd
02/05/05 2:36 PM GMT
Yes, it certainly does! I was amazed when I saw the shot myself. Thanks for the comment (Heavenly Vapour).
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"darkness is absence of light"
::fotobob
02/16/05 6:47 PM GMT
Thank you for the 10/10 score for my Horses in the Morning Fog. I welcome you to visit alll of my images.
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
::fotobob
02/20/05 12:21 AM GMT
Vladimir,
Thank you for stopping bu my Arizona Sunset image. I know how you feel about the Arizona sunsets. I lived in Honolulu for three years and you sunsets a just as beautiful. Please visit my other images when you find time.
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
::Neamh
02/20/05 5:49 PM GMT
Thanks for the comments on "Sandscape",Glad you liked it.
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::heidlerr
02/23/05 3:12 AM GMT
Hello Vladimir! My Dandelion Sunset photo was an unplanned event. I went to photograph the sunset and decided to see what I'd get with a low telephoto macro shot. I'm glad that you like the results and I appreciate your support.
Russ
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"A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words." Ansel Adams
::beansbond
02/24/05 6:30 PM GMT
Thanks for the nice compliment on "Gold Coast." I really appreciate you letting me know your preference on the framing - I wasn't sure I liked it either, but it seemed to need a small surround of some sort. I normally stick with black in such circumstances, and will in the future. Steve
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::beansbond
03/05/05 1:05 PM GMT
Thank you for the nice compliment on "Smith Falls." I visited it 3 times before getting a shot I like. Waterfalls tend to be in dark canyons here and depending on the direction of the sun, it is very difficult to get a good across the scene exposure. So I really appreciate all the nice comments on this. Steve
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::fotobob
03/05/05 2:32 PM GMT
Vladimir,
I am very pleased that you enjoyed visiting my: Navajp Country. Sunset on the Mittens image. You are not the first one to mention that the horizon seems tilted. It is an illusion. My wife and I are standing about 600 feet above the canyon floor, the steep clifs rush out onto the canyon floor and give thre impresion of the tilting of the horiaion. If you look at the righrt side of he image you can see that it is starting to level off. I was going to level the image before posting but then I wold have heard aout the "straight horizion" from those that have lived there. Thank you for our input. It is so important that we all do this as it helps us to corect our mistakes and learn from each other,
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
Si
03/08/05 9:59 AM GMT
Thanks for your kind comment and score on "Light + Water = Life", Vladimir - I'm glad you liked it :-)
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+mayne
03/08/05 4:31 PM GMT
Thank you Vladimir for the comment on "Spring around the Bend". I appreciate it:)
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Darryl
kie
03/09/05 3:58 PM GMT
hey you :) thank you for commenting on 'dainty'
:) glad you liked it :)
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nmsmith
03/11/05 2:21 PM GMT
Thanks, Vladimir, for you kind words about "Remember When?" Have a great day, my friend.
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::Neamh
03/11/05 9:56 PM GMT
Glad that you liked "River Valley".Thanks for the nice comments.
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danscarentan
03/12/05 3:10 AM GMT
Thank You for your comment on Mimiru's Snowstorm.
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::beansbond
03/25/05 10:15 PM GMT
Thanks on behalf of Alexis and me for the nice compliment on "Early Morning Mist." I keep an ultra-violet filter on my camera to protect the lens, but otherwise, no filter was used during the shot. Alexis did tweak the color a bit I believe, but the fog is natural. Mainly, she removed a white pickup truck that marred the scene, and a little natural gas pipeline warning sign. I don't know how she does these things so well - I'm just the photo guy! But thank you for letting us know you enjoyed the image. We both appreciate your support. Steve
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pom1
03/28/05 8:55 AM GMT
Thanks for nice words on "sunset" :)
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please feel welcome to view my Gallery Here
::arneh
04/04/05 2:32 PM GMT
Hi Vladimir, I appreciate you comment on Wooden Star, a kind of natural fractal that I like The great framing was made by bjb ! Thanks for viewing and commenting !
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+mayne
04/06/05 2:42 AM GMT
Vladimir, thanks for the comment on Majestic":-)
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Darryl
ymom182
04/07/05 4:17 AM GMT
thanks for the comment on warm nebula vladimir! im glad you like it
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::arneh
04/08/05 10:28 PM GMT
Hi again ! Neon Leaf 2 is another natural fractal I´m happy you liked. There are some blues in one corner that I´m not quite pleased with but in spite of that it´s a favourite. Thanks for commenting, Vladimir !
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::fotobob
04/09/05 12:47 AM GMT
Vladimir;
Thank you for your observations about my image From the Earth. It was three days worth the effort and the results were just as palnned. As an aspiring photographer, rememer that it will not always be a quick shot. When your cerative juices are flowing follow them all of the way through to completion. Many attempts will become failures, but those that happen will thrill you forever. I should change the word failure to not accepable. There are no failures in photography only learning situations. Always study your unacceptable images to learn what you did wrong and learn by it. Good Luck. If I can ever be of any help my e-mail is located on my profle page.
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
::fotobob
04/13/05 5:37 PM GMT
Vladimir;
Your observation about my Cottonwood Lake image is correrct. The clouds were moving in and out all day. I saw the final image that I wanted to capture in my mind. All I ha dto do was sit and wait. It didn't take long. Maybe a half hour but what a difference it made!
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
WRACAVISS
04/22/05 4:27 PM GMT
AH HA MY EXPLOSIONS BIGGER THAN YOURS
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::fotobob
04/23/05 12:31 AM GMT
Vladimir
I am sorry that I have not responded to your comments about my; Carnations and Vase, image before now. I am so pleased that you liked my dedication of it to you. It was the least that I could do after all of the kind words that you wrote to me about my work. Once again accept my apology for the late answer. A death of a dear friend's daughter has put me behind in all of my correspondence.
forobob
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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
::fotobob
04/25/05 2:33 PM GMT
Vladimir '
I am very proud of the fact that you have chosen about four of my images as your favorites. Thank you for looking at my Aspen series. I hope that I did not scare you away with my dedication to you. Please feel free to look at my other images and leave comments on them too.
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
::falki
05/07/05 11:08 AM GMT
thanks for your comment on sheep in winter!
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A thing of beauty is a joy forever
::fotobob
05/08/05 9:22 AM GMT
Vladimir;
Thanks for visiting my Carnation Ice Cream, image. This was a fun set-up. I sometimes feel that my still life's get a bit to formal. This type of work allows me to relax and have fun.
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
Nicky
05/09/05 8:27 AM GMT
Hi, Vladimir! Thanks very much for your nice comment on "Spheric Idea".
I created this composition with "Bryce 5", and the rendering is made in the same application. It is necessary to make many more manipulations in the cource of work if you have a knowledge of the application, but the results are very nice and the work gives a kick -- try-out! Good luck!
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Nicky
::philcUK
05/21/05 10:34 PM GMT
thanks for the post on Hanalei Dusk Lookout. 90 miles - so im guessing you live on Oahau... in which case you should definitely take a trip to Kauai's north shore sometime soon :-)
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
co2metal
05/21/05 11:52 PM GMT
thanks for the comment on "livewire".. much appreciated
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click here for pure excellence
::xyccoc
05/22/05 1:29 AM GMT
hey Vladimir.. ty for commenting on Essence Of Humanity.. ive gotten many comments on how the image was blurred.. it was an intentional move, so that the helix wouldnt looks just slapped on.. i will be posting an updated version within a couple days, so keep your eyes open for it.. again, ty for the comment and support..

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)
trisbert
05/22/05 12:57 AM GMT
Thank you, for your comments about “The Way Home” Vladimir. That is one of my favourites.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
::philcUK
05/22/05 9:09 PM GMT
thanks Vlad for the kind comment on Sea Meets Sky.

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
NeseWolfChild
05/26/05 4:43 PM GMT
I have to say that you have to be my favorite artist/author thus far. I admire your work very much! Insiprational to say the least. :)
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+mayne
05/29/05 5:29 PM GMT
Thank you for the comment on Gathering Light. Not quite pro in my eyes:-)
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Darryl
::xyccoc
05/30/05 12:49 AM GMT
hey Vlad.. ty very much for the kind comment on Clearly.. it is my favorite of my images ive created.. im very glad you liked it..

i used Bryce 5.1 to make 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)
::Accipiter
05/30/05 4:32 PM GMT
Vladimir, thanks for your comments on Great Sand Dunes at Sunset. I'm very glad you enjoyed this shot. In answer to your question, I had no idea this image was so highly ranked in comparison to others. My main reaction is that I feel extremely blessed to have been at that place at that time with a camera and lens and tripod. Mother nature did all the important work there, I just took her picture.
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kie
05/31/05 5:12 AM GMT
Thank you Vladimir for commenting in my works ! I'm so pleased you liked it. ;)


Jorune
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::Accipiter
05/31/05 11:52 PM GMT
Hi again, Vlad, and thanks for your comments on Dunes at Dawn 3. I know you've travelled and lived in the SW. Ever been to Great Sand Dunes?
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gs208103
06/01/05 2:08 PM GMT
Hey there Vladimir, thanks for the comments and the high marks on "Iced Pinus". I am glad that you enjoyed it!
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"But all my words come back to me in shades of mediocrity. Black emptiness and harmony, I need someone to comfort me. "- Simon and Garfunkel
::Accipiter
06/02/05 11:39 AM GMT
Vlad, thanks for your comments on several of my shots. I appreciate that you think I'm a decent photographer...but I'm really tempted to start a company and name it "Blind Squirrel Photography", after the saying "even a blind squirrel finds an acorn occasionally". In other words, I have to work really, really hard at photography and the good shots I get are a very, very small percent of the ones I take. After nearly a year of almost continual effort, I am beginning to "see" more photos in the world around me and seem to have a little better chance of actually getting them into the camera. This is rewarding, but, frankly it is comments such as yours which really keep me going. So thanks again! 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
::fotobob
06/10/05 2:52 AM GMT
Vlad;
Somehow I never saw your comments about my Antelope Canyon image until today. I am sorry for the delayy in my answering. I am very pleased that you liked the series. It will be a hard one to top but I will try. I am humbled by your words.
fotoob
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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
Steb
06/22/05 6:08 AM GMT
Thanks Vladimir. I was shooting with a 100-400 zoom with a Canon 10 D, which makes it a 160-640 zoom. This shot was taken with the lens at 200mm so effective focal length 320mm, f6.7, 1/1000th. I was on the Southern Peninsula Rescue Boat, which is a bit smaller that the yacht I was shooting (probably 22-25 ft). It was "quite " rough and I was bracing myself against the wheelhouse most of the time, but I've got used to moving with the boat and I wear a big towel aroung my neck to wipe off any spray.

The only time I have ever fallen off (with all my gear!!) was on a big boat, at anchor in a flat calm. Doesn't make much sense. All the gear now replaced - same lenses and a 20D.

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
06/22/05 10:43 AM GMT
Hello Vlad, The settings I used for “The Brewery” were ISO 200, 6 seconds at F13. I’m pleased you think enough of the shot to ask:-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
mesmerized
07/13/05 1:01 AM GMT
Hi there ...thank you for your nice comments on I Saw The Light...glad you enjoyed it...sorry on the size.:Pat.
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Join me and Let's Talk.
DeathScytheG
07/13/05 5:27 PM GMT
Good day! Thanks for the comment on my "What I'd Like to See Every Night." I appreciate it.
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-=Pride is not a sin=-
::fotobob
07/19/05 3:02 AM GMT
Vlad,
Thank you fot the kind words about my,Grand Canyon in Fog and Snow. It is always good to hear good things about my 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
Blague
07/22/05 1:16 PM GMT
Thank you Vladimir for the comments on "Lotus...";they're very much appreciated.
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Claudia_Elizabeth
07/29/05 1:40 AM GMT
Thanks so much for you comment on 'a nice back drop' :)
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::photoimagery
07/31/05 11:59 PM GMT
Thanks Vladimir for your appreciative comments on "Out For a Stroll". They are much appreciated.

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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trisbert
08/01/05 8:18 AM GMT
Your comments about “Mystic Water” are most appreciated, 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
DeathScytheG
08/01/05 10:07 PM GMT
Hi there! Thanks for the comment on my "Lake of the Woods Panoramic #2 rework." I'm glad you like it.
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-=Pride is not a sin=-
NeseWolfChild
08/03/05 5:34 AM GMT
Wow thanks for pointing out that Butterfly Cone Flower was the highest rating on the site. thats crazy to me! Even tho I love this shot and feel very lucky, your still too kind.
I really really appreciate the compliment. thank you! How exciting.
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heidlerr
08/06/05 12:51 AM GMT
Thank you Vladimir for the very nice comments on my Crawfordville Critters 9 image. Again I appreciate your support of my work. I'm glad that you like it. I love the results that I've gotten with this new camera this year.
Russ
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"My own eyes are no more than scouts on a preliminary search, for the camera's eye may entirely change my idea." Edward Weston
cameraatje
08/11/05 8:36 PM GMT
Hoi Vladimir,

Your comments and voting on "Common Kestrel" are very much appreciated.
Thank you. Gr. Eric
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timo
08/19/05 9:03 AM GMT
tanks bra always happy to get a good responce from another surf phtographer god bless ya.
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timo
::kodo34
12/11/05 10:25 AM GMT
Hey Vladimir ; thx for the comment on credit nr 1 ; very much appreciated.
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have a nice day and read more fantasy.
.Dekanzon
01/12/06 7:05 PM GMT
Thank you for the comment on my 'Riga towers'. Im really enjoy the fact Ive finally shown you a nice picture from Latvia. You've got a really nice website, btw.
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.LANJOCKEY
01/15/06 7:56 AM GMT
Hello Vladimir....Thankyou for your comments on (MISTY MORNING) it is very much appreciated...All the best....Mick.
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.fastgrass
01/18/06 11:43 PM GMT
Thanks a lot, Vladimir, for you comment on "Nettles". I'm glad you liked the fractle.
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_Fastgrass Gallery .
.sansoni7
01/19/06 10:10 PM GMT
Hi Vladimir
Wellcome to my gallery and thanks for your comments on «Boomerang».
Very much appreciate.
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Look around and catch it ; the Art is there !
.Wilderness_north
01/23/06 2:40 PM GMT
Thanks for commenting my *Northern light* picture, glad you liked it. Your comments are much appreciated / HJ
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::ianmacappin
01/29/06 10:57 AM GMT
Hi Vladimir, Many thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on 'Fish 2' I really appreciate it.
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Don`t cover yourself in petrol and smoke.
.kaoue
02/05/06 1:38 PM GMT
Thanks for the comment on Urban palms (remake) Vladimir! I really apreciate it..
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::philcUK
02/05/06 3:10 PM GMT
thanks Vladimir for the generous post and score on my Bass rock shot - much appreciated

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
.Trinity11001
02/06/06 6:58 PM GMT
Trinity11001(Jeff) saying thanks for the comment on "Just Beyond The Horizon". The words do belong to me. Thanks a lot.
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.danmus
02/12/06 9:06 PM GMT
hi Vladimir, thanks for commenting on in motion 2, i'm happy you like it:)
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daniel
.LANJOCKEY
03/01/06 9:37 AM GMT
Hello Vladimir...Thankyou for your kind comments on (BOSCASTLE) they are very much appreciated...I was out early this morning trying to capture scenes with the right skies..Thanks again...All the best...Mick.
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.priyanthab
03/02/06 8:11 AM GMT
Hi Vladimir. Thanks for your positive comments on the "Smart eater". I took dozens of shots at this place till I ran out of memory :) Thank you.
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Kindly visit my gallery.
::DigiCamMan
03/02/06 8:27 AM GMT
Hi Vladimir,

Thank you ever so much for your great comments on my superb photo "Center of Attention" you are way kind.
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Old Indian saying: You can lead a politician to water but you can't make him think............... My Gallery...and please vote on everyone's photos .
.sikora3258
03/10/06 12:57 AM GMT
Thanks for your comment on "Mountain Lake", glad you liked it.
-Greg
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