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james d anderson
Hi I served with the 1st/31st inf redeye from Nov 72 to nov 73. You must remember Gomer
Sgt Cyr, Buuce Mechling, Doug Keener, Dowell Rod, SSgt eddie ball, Kima, Lt Jaggers.
Great work! Any chance I can see some of the studio work?
Hi! I am writing to you hoping that you might be able to help me along: I am looking for somebody who can tell first hand from the Reforger maneuver in the late 1960s and 1970s - and all of this out of "tank"-perspective. Meaning as a member of a tank-crew who was part of Reforger or as somebody who maintained the tank depots in Europe for the Reforger manuevers. The reason why I am looking for this is a four-part-documentary series on the history of tanks I am working on right now. Would you maybe be the person I am looking for? Or do you know somebody who might fit? This would be marvelous! I look forward to hearing from you. Best regards, Birgit
Today I ran into a fellow on a hiking trail in Grand Teton National Park who was using Hasselblad with film! Reminded me of you. You keep taking really good photos. Keep up the good work.
Great photography skills.
Hay Jim, thanks for visiting my galleries and taking the time to leave a comment. I looked through your galleries; wow great stuff!
Αll your collections are excellent with very nice photos. I could see more pictures and especially the collections "studio", "studio 2".
Your galleries are Gorgeous! thank you for visiting and commenting on my Bubble bath gallery by Lucky Cole, continue to come back as there are always more to come. Thanks, Lynnie
Hi ... you are so creative .I like your works so much....I am an artist from Udaipur , India.i paint on canvas, paper etc .. I hope we can be good friends ....
what more can i say .. except keep-smiling ..
Great shots! I was stationed with the 1st Bn. 42nd Arty at Camp Page in 69 -70. I recall one of our launchers was the "Bounty Hunter" , another was "Bad News". The scenes around Chunchon brought back lots of memories. The Korean people had a very tough life back then, but they were for the most part a very good spirited hard working people.
Just found your gallery when I noticed "Korea." I was at Osan 1964-65 and have pictures of that tour along with a TDY to Japan and Taiwan on my pbase site! Really enjoyed viewing your tour there and would love to hear what you think of mine. Kamsa hamnita, as they say in the old country.
Thanks Jim. Coming from you that is high parise.
Your galleries are outstanding. I enjoyed going through them.
Nice travels and very nice photo's. I hope I'll stick around at the Viewfinders to pick up a few great tips.
Robert D. McAlpine
I really enjoyed wandering through your galleries. Congratulations.
i HAVE ENJOYED YOUR TALENT, THANKS
Jim, I have a request: I would like your permission to work on a couple of your images as oil paintings. I am an old artist and photographer with a lot of experience. Been doing what you are involved in for many years. If its ok, I will be glad to send you full digital files, to use at your pleasure. I think you will like what you will see. I will need an address in order to get in touch if you will permit me to proceed. Your photos are great...like mine used to be. Let me know soon.
I posted in the forum "pictures being blocked from "recent galleries". You have also had some experience with PB. My problem is that ALL my galleries are blocked. Emails have not always had a response. One even told me I was not blocked, when I was.
Do you remember who helped you? Re: your reply to my post.
Great shots of Sarah!
Nice site updates
In your gallery of Sarah at the train station,did you happen to get any close-ups of the red ,white & blue rail car in the background.If you did i would love to see them