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03/01/06 8:19 PM GMT
Hey there, welcome to Caedes and thanks for the nice compliment on APO 011.
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"Little dreams cost the same as big dreams, so why not dream BIG"
03/02/06 1:47 AM GMT
Thanks too, for the great comment on Beyond The Veil.
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"Little dreams cost the same as big dreams, so why not dream BIG"
03/02/06 6:08 AM GMT
Hi - Thanks for looking at Prayer Pile. I really llike this shot and I'm glad that you do as well. I appreciate the comments. BTW, welcome to Caedes.

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"The contemplation of things as they are, without substitution or imposture, without error or confusion, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention." Francis Bacon
03/02/06 4:54 PM GMT
Thanks for checkin' out WHATCHAMACALLIT . I always love to hear what other people see!!
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03/02/06 5:21 PM GMT
Hello there,

Many thanks for your wonderful comment on King Arthur, I really appreciate it!
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Never question if you are in love or not, because if you were you wouldn't need to ask.
03/02/06 5:36 PM GMT
Thanks for the comments on Ready For Takeoff and also Blade. I'm happy you like them.
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"Little dreams cost the same as big dreams, so why not dream BIG"
03/02/06 7:34 PM GMT
hey Kim.. im glad you liked King Of Clubs.. i left the face unedited in that sense.. you can see the original in the links i provided in the description of the card.. personally, i thought it added to the mood of the image.. but thank you for giving me a wonderful critique..

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And everytime I feel that my lifes a waste.. I just cant rid myself of your bitter taste.. - Me (Option21)
03/03/06 2:02 AM GMT
Hi Kim,

Thanks for your too kind comments on "River Canyon Revisited," I truly appreciate it.
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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 .
03/03/06 1:35 PM GMT
Hi Kim. Glad you like my 'Eagle-owl 1'. Thanks for the kind words and welcome to :-)
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03/04/06 11:07 AM GMT
Hello Kim. Thank you for your thoughtful comments and suggestions at “Ripples”. I used one of your suggestions when I printed 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
03/04/06 8:25 PM GMT
Hi Kim, nice to meet you. Thanks for your great comment on A Ghostly Light Near Newcastle. Dunstickin´s original is a great landscape shot, and I didn´t want to "destroy" it, I tried to find a different mood in it instead. I think I understand what you mean when you mention realness, I´ve seen light phenomenon like this..and it could be a real capture of such an occasion. This is a rather simple manipulation...but it´s the result that is important and I´m very pleased with this one...and I´m glad you liked it too.

About stonewalls. Many poor Swedes emigrated to America in the late 19th century - most of them came from the south part of Sweden, where you can find lots of stone walls around small fields. They burned the woodland and dug up big stones to get some land that could feed of the remaining traces from that time is the beautiful stone walls in the country-side.
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03/08/06 5:11 PM GMT
Hey Kim , thx for the comment on blue tribal , glad you liked it.
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"Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." my images
03/11/06 2:28 AM GMT
Hi Kim,

Thanks for your comments on "River of the Moon," this went far beyond just a sepia. I went through 4 or 5 stages starting with a filtered B&W then a light shifting tint, various more things, a yellow tint, more various things, and ending up with a sepia overlay and final sharpening. Boy are my fingers tired!
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Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer - and often the supreme disappointment. -Ansel Adams,............... My Gallery...and please vote on everyone's photos...FEW VOTE AT ALL! .
03/21/06 5:22 PM GMT
Hi Kim

Thanks for your kind remarks on my "St. Thomas" image. I appreciate you taking the time to leave me your feedback.

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03/21/06 6:15 PM GMT
So glad you stopped by Kim and warmed yourself up with my Tribal Fire . I'm super happy you like it, it'll keep ya toasty a long time!
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03/22/06 10:52 PM GMT
Thank you Kim for your kind comments on "I'm Watching". I'm pleased you like it.
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03/23/06 5:34 PM GMT
Thanks Kim for the kind words on "Indigo feelers" I really appreciate it and am glad you like it :)

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-"The needs of the many,outweigh the needs of the few or the one".-Spock
03/27/06 6:51 AM GMT
Hey Kim, thank you for your comments on "Early Morning Rise." You bring up a very good point about the location of the trees on the left, I appreciate it! :)
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03/27/06 4:50 PM GMT
Hey, thanks for the comments on "swirling rock"! - zac
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03/27/06 9:42 PM GMT
Thanks for your comments on 'Heading to the pass'.
I agree with you that there should have been some more light but it was a dark cloudy day and I made an attampt to get most out of it.
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03/29/06 7:07 PM GMT
Kim, thanks so much for your wonderful comments on Apo 007 and Gypsy. I really appreciate it.
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03/30/06 5:41 AM GMT
Hi Kim....Thankyou for your kind comment on my "Been Dipping" image.
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04/04/06 5:56 PM GMT
Hey Kim! Thanks for commenting on my "Wild Camels" photo!
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04/13/06 7:21 AM GMT
Thank you for the kind words on my image Misssion in Chapel
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Art is the perception of the creator. Meaning is the perception of the viewer. acceptance is the perception of society.
04/13/06 6:44 PM GMT
Hello Kim....Thankyou for taking the time to look at (MINES) and for your is very much appreciated....All the best....Mick.
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05/04/06 3:18 PM GMT
Hi Kim !
Many thanks for checking out 'Onwards' and giving your valued judgement, kind words and support. I have had 1 or 2 requests for a different (darker) background for the 'Jewel' and something will be in the pipeline shortly..
Again, Thank You !
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"All those.. moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain."
05/11/06 7:27 PM GMT
Hey there Kim! Thanks for the nice comment on "Outer Limits" I'm glad you like it. It's nice to another Canadian here!
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05/12/06 7:50 AM GMT
Hi Kim,

Thank you for your gorgeous comment on the "classicisstic facade". I really appreciate it. I am glad you liked it so much. I have to admit I was lucky. The natural light was perfect. I did not have to change anything in the photoshop. I guess I have made many people laugh. Imagine a person kneeling in front of the church on the crossing, in some funny poses trying to get the photo.


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If you admire nature for its creations why don't you visit the gallery of its reporter...
05/21/06 1:45 PM GMT
Thank you Kim! Thank you for taking the time to leave that nice comment on my images. I appreciate your support and value your opinion.
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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
06/01/06 5:28 PM GMT
Thank's Kim for your funny comment on "Silly rabbit" glad you enjoyed it.
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06/01/06 6:39 PM GMT
Thanks Kim for the kind comments on "In the pot" and "Filip 2" much appreciated.
Have a nice day :)
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06/01/06 8:07 PM GMT
Hi Kim and thanks for your kind comments on Durham on Dusk,Im so glad you liked it ,as its one of my fav places i the Noth east ,Thanks Brian.
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I might not have enough time to respond to all your pictures.But I will see them all.
06/06/06 3:48 AM GMT
Thanks Kim for your kind words on "Centurian" glad you liked it. Sorry I'm late.
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07/11/06 5:52 PM GMT
hey kim thanks for your comment on "electric caedes"
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07/11/06 7:48 PM GMT
Thanks for your comments on "Evening" Kim.
Glad you enjoyed it. I know what you mean. Stratas are hard to work with in terrain sufracing. I don't use them very much on account of that horizontal look. Sometimes I've even taken the image into photoshop and used the Liquify filter on parts of the stratas. That's a neat trick to make them a bit more realistic.
Again, thanks for looking!
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07/27/06 7:52 PM GMT
thanks for your comments on after a storm, kim. i agree, it would make a great jigsaw puzzle.....a big one. jen
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07/30/06 9:17 AM GMT
Thanks for you comments on my pic Mountain side, I really appreciate it. Thank you. Dean.
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~If you can keep your head while those about you are losing theirs, perhaps you do not understand the situation.~
09/18/06 11:11 AM GMT
Thanks for your comments on "Warders" Kim.
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09/28/06 2:58 PM GMT
Thanks for the comment on "Black Ice." You make the second person who has told me that I need more contrast. Perhaps I will post a better render.
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You remember the great fire from 1979 that supposedly started in your garage where that chipmunk ingested some fertilizer and fell into a can of kerosene, instantly turning into a flying little fluffy little molotov cocktail that set a blaze leveling the whole neighborhood west of Newton's Hardware Store?
11/02/06 11:52 PM GMT
Thanks for looking at "Buddies (for now)". We have mostly black squirells, and it is a treat to see grey and brown ones. Glad you liked the image.
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To get a friend you have to be a friend!
05/17/08 5:47 PM GMT
Thanks for your comments on "3 miles south". Glad I could show you an "old friend" so to speak.

And another thanks for the kind words on Blue4U :)
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06/12/08 10:26 AM GMT
Thanks Kim for your wondwrful remarks on "Gulp". glad you enjoyed it.

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Be yourself...everyone else is already taken.
07/18/08 6:28 PM GMT
thanks for your kind comment on re-align!
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genius is born-not paid. -Oscar Wilde Appreciation is a wonderful thing: It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.-Voltaire
04/06/10 5:06 PM GMT
Hope you're having a nice day! :)

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06/02/10 10:14 PM GMT
Hey thanks for your comment on "acidistant".. glad you liked it ;]
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08/24/10 5:27 PM GMT
Thanks for your comment on my photo 'High Rock', it's much appreciated.

I'd have to agree with the focusing of the hill itself. I'll definitely have to get back to that spot and get some better photos.

Thanks again!!
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"If everybody minded their own business the world would go 'round a deal faster than it does."
08/27/10 12:10 AM GMT
Hi Kim, Thank you for your wonderful comments at Zen Oasis ! I thought of lilies too. I'm so pleased you liked it :)

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*Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. ~Scott Adams*
09/19/10 1:51 PM GMT
Hi, Kim.

Thanks for adding "The Last Light of Day" to your favorites.

— Steve
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09/29/10 12:09 AM GMT
Thanks for commenting on my photo 'What's underneath?', I greatly appreciate it.
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"If everybody minded their own business the world would go 'round a deal faster than it does."
01/21/11 2:15 AM GMT
Thank you for faving my work! :D
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03/16/11 5:48 PM GMT
Thank you very much Kim, for your fave on my 'Velvet rose' photo. I'm so glad you liked it. Much appreciated.

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05/19/11 5:04 PM GMT
Hello Kim....Thankyou so much for taking the time to view (WHITEWATER)and for adding the picture to your favourites, it is very much appreciated......The noise of the sea crashing against the pier was something else to experience....Thankyou again...All the very best to you Kim.................Mick.
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07/04/11 7:32 PM GMT
Hi Kim, thanks very much for your comment on Marching Cliffs. I would love it if i could get the sky less washed out too but unfortunately i was taking the shot into the sun on a very bright day. Best i could do. Thanks for stopping by :)
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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
08/19/11 2:06 AM GMT
Hi, Kim! Thanks for taking the Time to remark on Blue Boat, and for Extending your Candid Opinion.
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