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Scotland 
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1990 (30 years) 
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Whirlpool2 Uploaded: 12/07/05 12:46 AM GMT

Image: Whirlpool2

this time in mid-air. ;) sorry about the borders..... ;P


Recent Works by pom1: (full gallery)

Shell by pom1, Photography->Nature gallery Bothwell Castle4 by pom1, photography->castles/ruins gallery Cabbage drops. by pom1, Photography->Macro gallery
Shell Bothwell Castle4 Cabbage drops.

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::stormdancer
08/05/05 7:22 AM GMT
Hi Philip
thanks for you nice comment on "essex skipper" glad you like it
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"pleasure in life you get by giving". You are welcom to visit my gallery
::Morwyn
08/05/05 1:15 PM GMT
Thanks for your lovely compliment on Welcoming The Rain.. I truly appreciate it.. It's nice to get things right once in a while.. Actually, I was concentrating on getting the pic with out getting the camera wet.. It was raining fairly hard..
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One bead at a time..
Homtail
08/07/05 6:35 PM GMT
Hi Philip thankyou for your lovely comment on 'Skilled Fingers'. Im so pleased you think it was worth such a high mark. Has made my day :)
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He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the almighty. I will say of the Lord, "He is my refuge and my fortress, my God in whom i trust". Psalm 91: 1 and 2
mesmerized
08/09/05 4:10 PM GMT
Oh thanks Philip, for dropping by on Like kids in a candy store...I appreciate your positive feedback on it, especially being an older photo and not as good in quality as one might like, but I thought the subject matter might be of interest and glad you thought so too.:Pat.
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Join me and Let's Talk.
::arneh
08/10/05 7:13 PM GMT
Hi Philip Thanks for your compliment on Zyagena Butterfly 2 - the close-up. I did a lot of attempts to get a good picture of this small b-fly, sometimes using a tripod (!). This one didn´t fly away as quickly as many others and after 50-60 shots I got two pictures I was pleased with. I´m glad you liked the result. -- Arne --
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heidlerr
08/12/05 12:22 AM GMT
Jekyll Island Driftwood2 was not staged. A storm or some other force place sea shell in this location. I just noticed the pattern and took the shot. Thanks Philip for the very nice comments.
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
bjb
08/12/05 12:23 AM GMT
Morning. Boy, that composition of "Ms. V's Violets" looks even more purple in the morning before coffee! lol Thank you Philip. From both Arne and me for the support on that composition. ;)
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When you get the choice to sit it out or dance, I hope you dance... Leanne Womack
::alexis518
08/12/05 4:57 PM GMT
Thanks, Philip, really appreciate your comments on straw flowers.
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We make a living by what we get; but we make a life by what we give.
::regmar
08/16/05 2:27 AM GMT
Hello Phillip. Your comment about my "Laying Fallow" image is a real encouragement. I wasn't sure about that image, since I shot so many on the trip, but compositionally it looked right, so I uploaded it. Thanks again for the encouragement.
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ж Regmar ж
mesmerized
08/16/05 1:45 PM GMT
Hi Philip...thanks so much for your interest and kind words on The Fire Within...I am very pleased to learn it captured your attention enough to save in your favorites...it is much appreciated.:Pat.
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Join me and Let's Talk.
Daybreakteacher
08/17/05 12:34 AM GMT
Thank you for your comment at Misty Rocks. I used a very low grade camera a kodak cx 4230 for that picture. I keep wondering how much better it might have been if I used a better camera.
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Daybreakteacher
08/17/05 12:43 AM GMT
Thank you for checking out my other pictures too. I was dissappointed with Colorful unknown because of it's clarity. But it was the only one of that kind of butterfly I had. It flew the coop after that shot not to be found again. I liked the Red admiral except for the background. On Blue Morpho you are right. Pictures were taken in direct sunlight. It was just that time of day. I got a couple of other Blue Morpho's on leafs, but the colors just didn't seem as good to me. I'm not sure why that picture turned out like it was overly sharpened. I even softened it some in the computer before posting. I really am thinking about getting another camera. What do you recommend? I have been doing some research to determine what will suit my needs best. I like to take a lot of macro shots and action.
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::drgibson
08/17/05 8:05 PM GMT
Thank you for commenting on Balloons, Balloons Every Where I Turn. I'm glad you like it. The moon is a plus.
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Capturing for infinity that which only lasts for a moment.
::photoimagery
08/21/05 6:54 AM GMT
Thank you Philip for your glowing remarks on "Natures' Song". I deeply appreciate them.

The only difference between a tax man and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves the skin. -- Mark Twain
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mesmerized
08/22/05 4:44 PM GMT
Hi there Philip...thank you for your visit and kind observations on Faces in the Fog...I am pleased you found it interesting and appreciate you stopping by.:Pat.
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Join me and Let's Talk.
noranda
08/22/05 9:04 PM GMT
Hi Philip,
Thanks for nice comments at "Millet".
Much appreciated.
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René
::Morwyn
08/25/05 3:48 PM GMT
Thanks so much for the nice comment on Tranquility.. Appeciated..
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One bead at a time..
trisbert
08/25/05 4:25 PM GMT
Hello Philip, Your probably right about the whites in “The Charmer” I didn’t want to lose the flowers against that pale background. I do appreciate your comments and critique. 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
Marzena
08/25/05 5:27 PM GMT
Philip, thank you very much indeed for your extremely constructive and most helpful suggestions and advice. If you continue, I hopefully might get somewhere ... I use flash and my camera is SONY Cyber-shot [as it was one of the cheapest, it cannot be anything professional I suppose]. Loving photography and painting and other fine arts, I will proceed with working and improving my, alas, poor skills of a late beginner LOL. Thanks once again and please do not leave me struggling alone and trying to break lots of open doors.
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All of you, friends from Caedes, I GOT MY OWN CAMERA at last. Wait now ...
+photoimagery
08/26/05 3:37 AM GMT
Thanks Philip for your kind comments on "Deep In a Forest of Light". I love to photograph in the fall and it is just around the corner. I can hardley wait.

The only difference between a tax man and a taxidermist is that
the taxidermist leaves the skin. -- Mark Twain
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ekowalska
08/26/05 7:12 AM GMT
Thank you very much for your positive feedback on "Petra". The place is exceptional. Temples and tombs carved in the rock. To reach the place you have to wander through a narrow siq while the walls tower up hundreds of metres on either side. Remarkable.
Soon some more photos from Petra.

Ewa
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"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous" Aristotle
ekowalska
08/26/05 9:19 AM GMT
I appreciate your comments on "sunset on the Baltic sea" very much. The beach was completely empty as if I were the only person in the world. Such a serenity.

Ewa
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"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous" Aristotle
::JOHANNA
08/26/05 10:38 AM GMT
Thanks Philip for the nice comment on -Porte's house-Much appreciated.
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Carpe diem.......
tommy62
08/26/05 10:57 AM GMT
Thanks ! ( Early Morning )
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" Today Is That Tomorrow We Worried About Yesterday"
Daybreakteacher
08/26/05 1:42 PM GMT
Thank you for the nice words at Flying Free. I took my time when I was cropping that little bugger out.
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+ppigeon
08/26/05 2:10 PM GMT
Thanks for "Cottage", Philip. You know you're welcome on my gallery :-)
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-pierre-
mesmerized
08/26/05 3:30 PM GMT
Hey Philip...thanks a lot for your kind and encouraging comments on Leaving Summer Behind...I am pleased you liked it...I thought it was a bit fuzzy but thought the colors were kinda' nice and glad you thought so too...much appreciated.:Pat.
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Join me and Let's Talk.
mesmerized
08/26/05 3:57 PM GMT
Oh, Hi again buddy...thanks also for your great comments on Harrison Park...glad you liked it...sorry on the size...this fall when I get out to take some new shots, I hope they will be larger...I tend to resort to the one size all the time because of my own monitor so keep reminding me...tks again.:Pat.
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Join me and Let's Talk.
mesmerized
08/27/05 6:19 PM GMT
Thanks Philip for coming back to look at the larger version of Harrison Park...glad you found the quality acceptable...tks for encouraging and reminding me on the larger res.:Pat.
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Join me and Let's Talk.
Marzena
08/27/05 8:26 PM GMT
Dear friend, first thing in the morning [now you know I am joking ...] I would run to take another shot at the thistles [by the way I took another or in fact several new shots of the rosehips but feel shy to post them ...]. Thanks and regards.
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All of you, friends from Caedes, I GOT MY OWN CAMERA at last. Wait now ...
ron_pistner
08/27/05 9:26 PM GMT
http://www.caedes.net/Zephir.cgi?lib=Caedes::Gallery&author=ron_pistner&page=1
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Ron, Just Ron, Or nothing, Is it!?
::marilynjane
08/27/05 11:07 PM GMT
Hi Phillip, many thanks to you for your comments on "A Fallen Leaf"! No the frost hasn't arrived yet, but soon! I think the wet leaves and the lighting fooled us, what do you think? It was a surprise to me as well. I am not really crazy about the photo, so I am afraid it is on it's way, LOL! Thanks again Phillip! Sincerely, Marilyn
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+photoimagery
08/28/05 7:49 AM GMT
Thank you Philip for your comments on "The Old Millar Family Home". It really brought back fond memories.

As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.
Albert Einstein
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ekowalska
08/30/05 11:44 AM GMT
Thank you very much for your kind words on "the Treasury, Petra". You are right the sun was dazzling, that is perhaps why the photo is a little bit overexposed. But there was a lot to show: the temple, the carriage, the Arab man...

Ewa
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"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous" Aristotle
portorico
08/31/05 12:26 AM GMT
Hello Philip!! Thanks for your nice comment on «Ducks». I'm glad than you liked it!
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portorico
09/01/05 1:38 AM GMT
Hi again Philip! Many thanks for your constructive comment on «seagull»... I appreciated!
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auline
09/01/05 10:20 AM GMT
Thanks for your nice comments for Loch Ern - Aileens Castle. They are very much appreciated.

Auline
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auline
09/01/05 10:23 AM GMT
Thanks again for your great comments for " Scottish View " Glad you like it.

Auline
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::Morwyn
09/01/05 5:13 PM GMT
Thanks for commenting on EEEEEEK!!!!!.. I appreciate the advice on the bacground.. It is just the ceiling.. That thing really scared me.. It was huge..
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One bead at a time..
mesmerized
09/01/05 6:35 PM GMT
Hi Philip...thanks a lot for the positive feedback on Trail Mix...very glad you liked it.:Pat.
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June
09/02/05 2:18 PM GMT
Hello Philip!
Tks for your comments on Lovliest!
JuneBug
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"A picture is worth a thousand words"
::fotobob
09/03/05 10:55 AM GMT
Good Morning Philip,
Itr is nice to see that you are back looking at my images. I have missed your comments. O.K. no more vignettes, I promise. I was using an 18 mil. lens at it's widest focal length to attempt to obtain the full peak. When I viewed this image, and several others, I noticed the vigneted corners. I decided to post one to see if it was liked or not. Your post gave me the answer. Thanks for being truthful.
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
Marzena
09/12/05 8:13 PM GMT
Philip, thanks a lot for your kind and constructive comment to my 'red blackberries'. I always appreciate your comments . Thank you once again and best regards.
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
mesmerized
09/15/05 1:25 AM GMT
Many thanks Philip for your observations and nice comments on Burnt Orange...glad you liked it and I appreciate your time and visit.:Pat.
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Dunstickin
09/21/05 5:40 PM GMT
hey Philip Thanks for comments on 'colliery sundown' there are now a few more 'dis-used' colliery museums here now, where it used to be a thriving community and the only enployment for a lot of people. Alas, goverment cuts & resources means they all had to close!
Bob G.
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+photoimagery
09/27/05 7:30 PM GMT
Thanks Philip for your kind remarks on "Red Blast Zone". I'm really pleased you liked it.

The only difference between a tax man and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves the skin. -- Mark Twain
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mimi5947
09/28/05 10:05 PM GMT
Thank you Philip for the warm words you left for ~on the rocks~. This lily is growing in the new landscape in the front of my house! I am glad that you enjoyed it :~)
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~ Mimi~
::Paul_Gerritsen
10/01/05 8:18 PM GMT
Hi Philip,
about I'm Mr. Blue, how do you do?
Well, hmmm, how did I do it?
Ctrl C/Ctrl V?
Hmmmmmmmmmmm!
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If you can't find the words, you may as well shoot it...
mesmerized
10/04/05 1:10 PM GMT
Hi Philip...thanks for dropping in on Beauty and the Bridge...glad you liked it...I appreciate your visit and taking the time to comment.:Pat.
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"Why not" is a slogan for an interesting life.
trisbert
10/04/05 2:25 PM GMT
Hello Philip, thanks for your comments and query about “Time To Scarper” I don’t use continuous focus often enough, I got three shots of him before he flew into the sun though.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
::marilynjane
10/12/05 3:19 AM GMT
Hi Phillip, thank you so much for stopping in and viewing "Peacock Tomatoes"! I appreciate your comments and especially your good tips! Please revisit, I would like that! Sincerely, Marilyn
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garyjampot
10/22/05 9:54 AM GMT
Phil
thanks for comments on window cleaner. It was one of those 'right place at right time shots'. Glad you liked it.
Oh and you have an incredible gallery. Seriously, 15? were you born with a camera stuck to your face?
I'm not worthy.

Thanks again

Gary
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::jzaw
10/26/05 6:20 PM GMT
hey Philip thanks for youre appreciation of COWSHED BY NIGHT
im grateful for your feedback and comments
I hope to keep pleasing all my visitors

cheers 8)
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do acts of random kindness and sensless beauty! small gallery for your enjoyment
::verenabloo
10/27/05 1:04 AM GMT
Thank you for your comment about my Garlic black and white pic....well, the leaf is kind of the way I was hoping it would show up...but I think it could have been all there too....thank you for your advice too...I like it when people do that...
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"It is not the language of the painters but the language of nature to which one had to listen."Vincent VanGogh
::Morwyn
10/27/05 11:47 AM GMT
Thanks for commenting on Fall Flowers.
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One bead at a time
mesmerized
10/27/05 2:29 PM GMT
Hi Philip...thanks a lot for dropping by to leave your nice comments on Green Grapes...editing and manipulation are not my strong points, lol, so I am especially pleased you liked it and appreciate your visit.:Pat.
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Change is inevitable, except from vending machines.
heidlerr
10/28/05 1:37 AM GMT
Hey Philip! Thanks for viewing and commenting on my little mystery bug Shell Point Critter. I did some research, it's a Poka Dot Wasp Moth. I'm glad you took the time to view it.
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
ekowalska
10/28/05 7:11 AM GMT
Hi Philip,

Thank you for your kind words on the "here you are hiding". I am glad you found it worth a visit. I spotted it under the tree when strolling in the forest.

Greetings
Ewa
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"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous" Aristotle
::fotobob
10/28/05 8:15 PM GMT
Philip my Friend.
I have missd your comments for a long time. I hope that you have been well. Welcome back and THANK YOU for viewing my Barn and Cottonwood tres. I am happy that you enjoyed it. Please stop by moe often.
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
+mayne
10/29/05 4:47 AM GMT
Hi Philip! Just getting around to catching up here. Thank you for the great comment on "Jagged Crust":-)
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Darryl
.ekowalska
11/02/05 8:06 AM GMT
Hello Philip,

Thank you for your visit to "medieval ruins in Ogrodzieniec". I am grateful for your nice comment. Jurrasic Upland is famous for its beautiful medieval ruins - I guess this is a dream place for any landscape photographer. Still have some ruins captures to upload, so stay tuned.

Ewa
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"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous" Aristotle
.stormdancer
11/02/05 7:47 PM GMT
Hi Philip
thanks for you nice comment on "Camel at Erg Chebbi desert" glad you like it
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"pleasure in life you get by giving". You are welcom to visit my gallery
::Morwyn
11/02/05 8:02 PM GMT
Thanks for the nice comment on Bell Peppers.. Glad you liked it..
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One bead at a time
.proxima_centauri
11/03/05 4:14 PM GMT
hey thanks alot for the nice comment you left on sliver of the ocean. thanks for visiting my galleries.
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.proxima_centauri
11/04/05 8:03 PM GMT
Thanks so much for stopping by and looking at my gallery. and good comment on forest wind too. Its because i want people to see the trees in a panoramic perspective insteado of a boring near square rectangle.
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::marilynjane
11/05/05 5:38 PM GMT
Hi Phillip, many thanks for liking "Autumn Pink"! I am very glad you liked it and I hope you stop by for another visit! Sincerely, Marilyn
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::Paul_Gerritsen
11/08/05 5:25 PM GMT
Hello Philip,
good to see you liked those sheep in the mist. It's one of my personal favourites too!
Thanks!
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If you can't find the words, you may as well shoot it...
+mayne
11/09/05 3:40 AM GMT
Thank you Philip for the wonderful feedback on "White Oysterette". Tried this one from many angles , this was the one;-)
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Darryl
.Marzena
11/19/05 10:49 PM GMT
Dear Philip,
Thank you very much for your kind remark about my 'lamp post at night'. I am very proud that you like it !
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
::mesmerized
11/21/05 2:52 PM GMT
Hi Philip...how are you?...many thanks for your visit and observations on Stark...very glad to know it was of interest and as always, I appreciate your stopping by.:Pat.
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FEAR is a darkroom where negatives develop.
::Paul_Gerritsen
11/21/05 7:34 PM GMT
Hello again Philip,
nice to read you words on Broken!
Paul
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If you can't find the words, you may as well shoot it...
.Dunstickin
11/21/05 9:06 PM GMT
Hey what cheer Philip...kind thanks for your words to 'MorningMist' I must admit it was a somewhat peculiar sort of day, and the colours were 'all over the place!' maybe it was my 'manipulation' in adobe that caused this!!

Regards

Bob
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.ron_pistner
11/27/05 1:20 PM GMT
Hey Philip.. I wanted to drop by and tell you that ive uploaded a new pic, and that i'd love to see your opinion on it... :D

Good Day, Ron. :)
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-The true lens is the eye itself. -
.Dunstickin
12/05/05 6:40 PM GMT
Hey what cheer to you Philip.....kind thanks for your words to 'Rays'....I take them all to heart!
Regards....Bob
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::mesmerized
12/05/05 7:04 PM GMT
Hi Philip......thanks so much for looking at Seasons Greetings...good to hear you liked it...I find I am becoming more and more interested in window shots...hope I'm not turning into some 'peeping Tom', lol...sorry I haven't been commenting on your stuff lately...been kinda' busy but I'll pay you a visit soon...thanks again...I appreciate your visit.:Pat.
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FEAR is a darkroom where negatives develop.
::Morwyn
12/07/05 3:01 PM GMT
Thanks for commenting on Snow on Trees.. Glad you liked it..
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One bead at a time
::Hottrockin
12/09/05 12:17 AM GMT
Thanks for your kind words on "Afterglow". It is warming, I thought. Thanks again!
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Picture Purrrfect
&trisweb
12/11/05 10:45 PM GMT
Philip, I just wanted to say I love all of your photography! Your entire gallery is rather impressive and I can't believe I haven't noticed it before. Thanks for sharing your images. :)
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Fiat Lux. |
::philcUK
12/17/05 7:38 PM GMT
thanks Philip for the post on my Old Fire Truck rework -- glad you liked it

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
+photoimagery
12/20/05 1:57 AM GMT
Thank you Phillip for the kind comments on "Frozen Pond Water ". I'm pleased you like 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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&trisbert
01/02/06 9:22 PM GMT
Hello Phillip, Thanks for your comments about “Splendid View”. I knew the clouds were going to light up that evening but the colouring on the ground was a pleasant surprise.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
::Benroy
01/06/06 11:13 PM GMT
Hi Philip, thanks for your comments and Favs on Robin 3, really appreciate it.

Cheers..........
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.Dunstickin
01/11/06 6:46 PM GMT
Hey there Phillip my friend...thanks for visiting 'Gill Viaduct' the graininess was due to my taking this image with a 3mp camera at long zoom, and I had to crop to bring it closer, hence the grain! I could not bring much closer as it would be terrible.....thanks for your welcome comments they are always appreciated.........Bob
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.LANJOCKEY
01/17/06 5:48 PM GMT
Hello Philip...Thankyou for your comments on (DUCKPOND) they are very much appreciated...You say that you have visited the area ...then I don't have to tell you how beautiful the scenery around Braemar is ....Thanks again...All the best ...Mick.
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.Surfcat
01/18/06 7:18 PM GMT
WOW.... what an amazing gallery you have, so many great images.
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.BRIX
01/18/06 7:22 PM GMT
hello Philip, Im so glad that u stopping by "some place, some where ",, and very happy that u liked it. thanks again, have a wonderful day!!
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“Suspiros etereos se abrazan con un beso eterno” Enjoy My Gallery
.ron_pistner
02/23/06 1:42 PM GMT
Hey Philip! I wanted to drop off and tell you that I've brought snow pics from Israel! I only uploaded one, but a series of them is coming. I'll be glad if you take a look.

Have a great day,
Ron.
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-The true lens is the eye itself. -
::heidlerr
02/25/06 12:27 AM GMT
Rain Drop Pussy Willow 2 is another capture of this years Pussy Willow Buds. This was taken in the rain holding an umbrella in one hand and the camera in the other. Thanks Philip for viewing and commenting on this image.
Russ
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View the world with your mind's eye. Mr. Russ
.BorderingOrion
03/01/06 4:35 PM GMT
Hello Phillip. I've just been enjoying your gallery - it's amazing. Every photo is exciting to look at. I particularly liked 'Fulmar'. The sense of hovering motion that I got from looking at it really made me feel that I was standing on a cliff edge or aft-deck of a boat watching this bird glide by. It was an instant favourite. You clearly have excellence when capturing nature through a lens.
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It;s better to have a living dog, than a dead lion.
.mesmerized
03/03/06 7:46 AM GMT
Hey Phillip...how are you?...many thanks for stopping to review Pondering...I appreciate your feedback and agree it is abit tilted...otherwise glad you liked it and happy to see you drop by.:Pat.
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Winter is on my head, but eternal spring is in my heart. (Victor Hugo)
.mvr
03/23/06 5:51 PM GMT
Hi Phillip, I have just gone through your whole gallery, and all I can say is I hope some day I can take pictures as good as yours.
Really amazing work...
Thanks for sharing!
Cheers,
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-- Martin --
::Foxfire66
03/31/06 10:38 PM GMT
Phillip,
Just spotted this when I logged on today.. Brilliant Shot!!! And the FOCUS!!! Double WOW!! :-)

You've got a wonderful gallery to sir!!
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"Desiderata" http://www.fleurdelis.com/desiderata.htm
::Dunstickin
05/18/06 6:27 PM GMT
Hello Phillip....
Sincere thanks for your great comment to Eerie Delight.....much appreciated....Bob
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** For the next few weeks, I will not be Commenting as much as I should, I Will be looking at ALL of your Picture posts...I apologise from the bottom of my heart for this...Things should be back to 'normal' after the holiday period**
lov3able_layouts
05/24/06 6:34 PM GMT
Hello, my name is Naomi. I was wondering if I could use your images for my layouts at http://www.xanga.com/Simply_Lov3able_Layouts? I made a layout using your CD Water Drops image; URL to layout: http://www.xanga.com/lov3able_layout_93. I gave you credit by linking to your gallery. One link is in the navigational bar, and another in the code itself. I've made layouts with a few other images of yours, but I haven't yet had time to make links to your gallery.

Anyway, I just wanted to make sure it was OK to use your images for my layouts. Your images are SO beautiful!

Naomi
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.jeffpratt
07/18/06 11:32 PM GMT
Philip- You have some incredible pictures, my friend. -jeff
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::Terrydel
07/29/06 1:43 PM GMT
Hi Philip, I spotted one of your pictures on the featured page and loved it so much I had to look at your gallery. You are truly a natural, an amazing photographer, even more so because you are so young. I could comment on all your pictures but it would take me at least a week to write all the comments you deserve. So I will just say you are an A+ and you should consider a career in photography.
Terry
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AvaNestori
10/08/06 3:56 PM GMT
Hello Philip,

I just wanted to say that I am very impressed with your work. Absolutely stunning. I want to add your entire portfolio to my favorites. I don't know what other talents and interests you have, but if you didn't become a professional photographer, it would be a great loss. Keep it up. I'm looking forward to what you capture next.
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.noahnott
01/29/07 1:34 AM GMT
Impressive gallery! I love a lot of your images (your latest pulled me into your gallery actually).
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+ppigeon
04/07/07 3:16 PM GMT
Hi Philip. Long time since your last upload... No inspiration?
Thanks for your nice comment on 'Roe deers in plowed fields :-)
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-Pierre-
::Jimbobedsel
05/17/08 12:39 AM GMT
I just checked out your fabulous gallery. When you going to treat us to another post?

Jimbob
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DON'T TWEAK THE NOSE

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