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Guest 19-Jun-2007 17:52
Hope you update soon as I'll be anxiously awaiting.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 08:49
Great work, your photo galleries are fantastic.
Mary Mignano15-Mar-2005 13:13
Who knew? It's funny how when you pick up a camera, things that you would bypass on the street now hold a whole new meaning. Things seem more vivid, you can see more detail and intrigue in the most unremarkable objects. I'm glad to see you are enjoying even the small things in life. It is very obvious in your work. Looking forward to seeing more.
Ducki 15-Mar-2005 12:46
Well well this is what you've been up to! Very GOOD! You have a good eye and I'm glad to see you've found the bug (shutter bug)! Keep up the great art! Ducki
Guest 08-Mar-2005 15:17
First i would like to say welcome to pbase, This is a great site. With wonderful people. I am sure you will have fun with it. And thanks for looking and commenting on my PAD for yesterday. I looked at your galleries and i really like the one (what fills me with wonder) great photos. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing.
Heather Sweeney22-Feb-2005 22:59

I am enjoying all that you are sharing, as well as appreciate the glimpse into your world. Keep up the great expression of creativity.

"The most potent muse of all is our own inner child." ~ Stephen Nachmanovitch

I'll check back regularly,
mom and dad 20-Feb-2005 19:19
Your talents continue to amaze us. Grandpa would really be proud of what you are creating. Your Haiku reminds me of my field trips to Sandy Hook with the 6th grade kids of East Brunswick.
Missy 16-Feb-2005 01:06
Very impressive my photographer in the making! And that skull!!! more juicy then i thought it was going to be. Yummy. Nice shot. I like the different perspectives each of your albums are taking. Keep going with it. I check daily. Best of luck. ~M