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Portland, Oregon 
1974 (47 years) 
03/28/06 7:54 PM GMT05/26/12 10:58 PM GMT 

Recent Works by hamellr: (full gallery)

Humboldt Lagoon by hamellr, photography->shorelines gallery Fog over wetlands by hamellr, photography->landscape gallery Fountain at night by hamellr, photography->water gallery
Humboldt Lagoon Fog over wetlands Fountain at night


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03/29/06 2:08 PM GMT
Hey there Rick...most appreciative of your lovely comments to Saxon Church......Bob
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04/03/06 1:50 PM GMT
Thank you for your comment on Log Jam.
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04/03/06 1:55 PM GMT
Thanks for your comment on Shade for Elephants. The lower animal is actually walking down the other side of the dam that creates the water hole.
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04/03/06 8:55 PM GMT
Thanks Rick for your comments on "Portland Oregon From My Hotel Patio", "Oregon Trail Holdout" and "Camp Mooch". I'm pleased you like them.
I too plan to get back to the Wallowa area later this spring. It's kind of a traditional pilgrimage each spring.

Welcome to Caedes, I hope you enjoy your stay with us.
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04/06/06 6:44 PM GMT
Hey Rick, thanks for the comment. If enough people show interest, I can post a pic of the rest of the bridge. :)
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if at first you don't succeed, you're about normal.
04/06/06 9:49 PM GMT
Hey Rick,

Thanks for your comments on 'Back County,' much appreciated neighbor.
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Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer - and often the supreme disappointment. -Ansel Adams,......... My Gallery
04/07/06 1:26 AM GMT
Hi Rick. Thanks for checking out "Joy ride". I read that Nat Geo article too. That was some where in Malaysia and I'am glad that elephants are not that badly treat here in Sri Lanka.
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04/07/06 1:38 AM GMT
Hi Rick! Thanks for the kind comments you left on "Mystery Swirl". It's always appreciated..=)
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"Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot, others transform a yellow spot into the sun -Pablo Picasso My Gallery
04/07/06 7:14 AM GMT
Thanks for your kind coimments to Waiting to Go Rick........much appreciated....Bob
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04/08/06 6:38 AM GMT
Hi Rick, thanks for your comments on Winter Bowling League, very much appreciated.

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04/13/06 5:38 PM GMT
Hi Rick, I appreciate that you took time to leave a comment on "Rio Douro". Thanks a lot.
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The painter constructs, the photographer discloses. (Susan Sontag)
04/14/06 9:23 PM GMT
Well now . . Oregon is very beautiful. . and I am happy my "Closer to Home" capture nmakes you want to come visit Little Olde England!!!! Cheers. . Amida
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This Moment - Wonderful Moment!
04/16/06 11:24 PM GMT
Hello Rick. Thank you for your comments about “Bimbadeen.”. I like the mystery aspect of this one too. Actually the road leads into a small park just over the rise with a lookout over the Hunter Valley. There wasn’t much to see at the lookout that day, just more fog :-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
04/18/06 5:49 PM GMT
Hello dont believe me when I say I got this from rubbish files!!!I dont believe it wither? I appreciate your kind comment to Dreamt Waters, thank you........Bob
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04/19/06 4:53 AM GMT
Hi Rick .Thanks so much for your kind post on 'Ronda', I really appreciate it and am glad you like it! :)
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04/20/06 2:55 AM GMT
Thanks for your comments on "Diamond Head" and "Oregon Coast". I'm glad you like them.

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There is a reason they put an "off" button on these things, you know...
04/25/06 10:15 PM GMT
Kia Ora Rick, Thank you for commenting on Gold Rush Relic. I am pleased you found it interesting. :)
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Keep your face to the sunshine and you can not see the shadows. It's what sunflowers do - Helen Keller
04/29/06 10:53 AM GMT
Hi Rick, and thanks for your kind words on "Flypast". I spent another hour there with the camera yesterday, but most of the "action" shots just showed wings or tails :-(
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05/02/06 9:55 PM GMT
Thanks Rick for your comment on Sweet Dreams... it is very colourful and busy..
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"A sense of humour is as important to life as shock absorbers to a car.. It helps us over the bumps im life" / P.K. Shaw
05/06/06 4:53 PM GMT
Hi Rick,

I am happy to hear you liked "the glory of the ruins", despite their poor condition. The castle is beautifully situated, built of limestone upon rocky hills to protect the region. I have to admit Jurassic Upland is a beautiful region in Poland. If you like the theme I would like to invite you to visit the whole series in my gallery.

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If you admire nature for its creations why don't you visit the gallery of its reporter...
05/16/06 11:28 AM GMT
Hey Rick thanks for you input on the web
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05/18/06 5:29 PM GMT
Thank you for your kind words on Grist Mill. The mill is only about 50 miles from my home so maybe I'll get out there and take some Summer and Fall pictures of it. Thanks again-Ryan
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We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience. ...Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955)
05/29/06 12:26 AM GMT
Thanks Rick for taking the time to view and comment on my Grist Mill image. I appreciate your remarks and support of my images.
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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
06/12/06 5:41 PM GMT
Hey Rick
Thanks for your comment on "Mr. Red"... but what does Disneish mean?

amare umbra
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Smile often, it makes people wonder what you're up to! *wicked grin*
02/19/07 7:24 AM GMT
Thank you so much neighbor!! for the comment you made about my seagull and driftwood sepia photo. I appreciate that very much. I wonder where in Portland you live. I lived in Cedar Mill for 17 yrs...and just moved a few months ago out 'in the countryside' a few miles west of the tiny town of Banks, Or....its on hiway six going towards Tillamook. It's good to know there is another person in caedes from the Portland area....and thank you again for your very nice comment..verena
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What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.
11/11/07 3:15 AM GMT
Rick, thanks for taking a look at and commenting on Fog and the Fisherman. Since our beloved Bucks lost today, let me be one of the first to wish your Oregon team the best wishes. ~ John
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