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I am a violinist and violin teacher by profession, but it seems I've had a camera in hand most of my life. I recently found a box of photos I took almost 50 years ago, mostly very uninteresting shots of my sister and my dog. In a photograph, I look for the same things I do in music: contrast, rhythm, harmony, beautiful colors, and interesting lines. I've been very fortunate to be able to travel a bit. My family don't understand why I spend most of a trip behind the camera, but I relive my travels daily as my shots come up randomly on the computer, while they have only vague memories. Thanks for visiting. I look forward to reading your comments.
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Heikkie, Thanks for the comment! I always look forward to the gilding of the bean fields in the autumn, but this field in 2008 was about as beautiful as I've ever seen.

Thank you, Kostas, and very late thanks to 14MAN02, Pierre, and ahmet. I have been here again at the right time of year, but I have never again seen such colours!

Greetings from Canada, Marilyn

...womit also bewiesen ist, daß ich schneller war ;-)


Guizel J.c, thanks a lot, I am very glad that you like my picture! I wish you all the best, Peter from Hungary

Christos, Thanks for the comment! (FIrst one in 6 months, for some reason.) I was remembering my time in Athens just today, as I ate typical Greek Salad for lunch.

Haddock, I'm sure he doesn't lack for protection against much of anything, but I expect this is his summer garb, as I took it near the end of July. Thanks for the comment!

Thanks, John and repmats--It was definitely a memorable encounter.


Thanks for the star! These 4 were my favorites from 32 shots over 12 minutes, but it was really hard to choose. With the snow, the badlands background, and the cooperative herd, it seemed like a wildlife-photographer's heaven.

I'm still not sure they quite compare, though, with my first Bighorn Shot

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