Chris Sanfino
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During our travels both close to home and far away, my wife and I attempt to find peace in various natural settings which help us draw close to the Lord. With our camera we try to capture a glimpse of what we are experiencing and often find ourselves awe-inspired by what He has made. I would like to thank all the visitors from around the world who have taken time to view our extensive gallery. I would be happy to help provide anyone who has a like-minded desire and appreciation for natural beauty the directions to some of these beautiful places. Our prayer is that through these images as well as by other means, our Creator will call His people to Himself and be transformed into His likeness. May God bless you in your travels, photography and your personal lives. (Romans 1:20 & 12:2)

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Buena captura.Like.Saludos de Eduardo.

Thank you Richard for all your likes. Hope you are doing well in NoCal. Chris

A wonderful and extraordinary sight you've captured here, Hoytjsmith! Cormorants in the moonlight I never saw before! The silhouettes look very beautiful and atmospheric. Gorgeous!

~L͜͝i͜͝k͜͝e͜͝ ͜͝&͜͝ ͜͝Y͜͝S͜͝~

Best wishes, Stevia

Anand, this big old bird was walking the streets of Northern California without a care in the world, thanks for your visit and kind comment, friendship, greetings and warm regards from Northern California. Richard

The Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk, NY, which plays the Lockhart Ranch,in : "The Affair". Le ranch de la série: "The Affair".

Muchas felicidades por esta hermosa FOTOGRAFIA.Like. Antonio/Cuky

Very well composed shot.


Thanks Petr,

For the Like!!!

"The tops of mountains are among the unfinished parts of the globe, whither it is a slight insult to the gods to climb and pry into their secrets, and try their effect on our humanity. Only daring and insolent men, perchance, go there. Simple races, as savages, do not climb mountains, — their tops are sacred and mysterious tracts never visited by them. Pomola is always angry with those who climb to the summit of Ktaadn. " by Henry Thoreau



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