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Question   Your work
The shot's in your Galleries were nice.
Really liked the B & W's,Thanks great site. - hickspics.net

- james hicks 10/28/2008 9:53:37 PM

  Answer These pictures are lraely REALLY well done I say that having my own experience with professional photography and having a strong appreciation for good lighting. Rudy- you're right about how the lighting worked at the Disney Concert Hall The evening exterior shots look awesome. Cynthia as for my favorites its pretty much all the ones you are smiling in! You look great and Luis is rather photogenic I didn't think I had any competition! LOL You two make a very attractive couple! Can't wait for the wedding! I can't get enough of this natural light it works so well for you two you know thats why films are shot out here for the light . if we had bad weather, everyone (myself included) would move to a different state.

- Italo Italo  3/25/2012 1:48:05 PM

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Question   Talented Eye
I am taken in with the photos under by the lake, each picture reminds of days gone by and they tell a story, only I don't know what that story is...they get my imagine going and I appreciate that gift you've put in your work.

- Carol B 9/5/2008 2:57:00 PM

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Question   Great Job
I am an Irish landscape photographer and I think you have some really stunning photography in your gallery. I could browse for quite a while.

Regards

Peter
www.explorelight.com

- Peter Gordon 3/12/2008 3:28:49 AM

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Question   Great work!
I came across your site on BetterPhoto (I too have a Deluxe Website with them) and I want to say that your work is very inspiring just great! I very much enjoyed your old barn B&W shot - very moving and inspiring, gives me great feeling!

Regards,

Philip Pankov
Pictures of Ireland - black and white fine art photographs of Ireland

- Philip Pankov 9/19/2005 2:47:10 PM

  Answer cool site

- Pat Williams  4/13/2009 1:32:36 AM

  Answer This makes everything so completely pieanlss.

- Obot Obot  3/25/2012 6:48:15 PM

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Question   Cards
Bruce,
I really am impressed with your pictures and the website. Uncle Rich and I both enjoyed our birthday cards so much. The rose picture on my card is just beautiful.

Keep up the good work. Are you selling your cards?
Love, Aunty Gladys

- Gladys Margoni 12/17/2004 2:41:52 PM

  Answer Congratulations you have made the first step toward true feoderm. You should have the numbers on your bill or even better you should have your account available to you on line. Once you make sure that you have all your information by all means cut those things up.Cutting them up and then paying them off only works if you stop charging on a card. If you don't stop charging then you will gradually work your way back to where you are now.Try this approach in paying the cards off. First go interest rate shopping. Call the companies and ask for a lower rate. If being polite doesn't work threaten to transfer your balance to another company or your local bank. Here is the weird part. Instead of paying the cards off based on the interest rate, pay the card off with the lowest balance. If your truly going to get out of debt then you should be out in a year or two anyway and the little bit of interest shouldn't be a big deal. What paying smallest to largest will do for you is give you encouragement to continue. You will feel like you have some traction when you pay that first bill off. Pay the minimum on the other cards and roll your payments up the credit hill. By the time you get to the top you will have all those little payments added in so you can take a good wallop on that biggie. Good luck.

- Aanika Aanika  3/27/2012 7:24:02 PM

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