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For Christmas my family bought me an 18"
monitor on the theory that if you can't beat 'em join 'em, and that I might as
well look at all my photos on a decent sized screen! The attached picture was
taken (on my Olympus) at my work's Christmas Picnic, and is our son running
around under a parachute silk! I love the look of sheer joy on his face
and the reflection of the silk on his sunglasses.
Photo by Cathie Tranent
Photo by Jodi Garrelts
I ran across your website and really
loved the guestbook. I took this picture of my daughter with an HP C618. I'm
going to be getting a new camera with higher resolution and higher optical
zoom some time within the next month then I will really be cooking!
Thanks for sharing all of these beautiful photographs it is so amazing
what can be captured on digital cameras.
This photo is of the Flour Tunnel place
in the Israeli Dead Sea area. Great place!
David Kauffmann Israel
Photo by David Kauffmann
Photo by John Levett
Here is a shot of one of our favourite
locations. It's of Nobby's Beach in Newcastle,Australia. Photo on Fuji
This is the kind of web site that I have
been searching for. A lot of good useful information and I think it's neat that
you let your visitors share their pictures. My picture was taken of a praying
mantis on my back deck. The six inch critter looked larger then life when I put
my Epson 3100z camera in the macro mode to capture this photo.
Taylor Severna Park, Md.
Photo by George Taylor
Photo by Linda Monast
Hello from Cape Cod, Mass. I was looking
around the different photography sites and found yours. I have been taking
digital photos for about three years now. I went from a Fuji two megapixel to
a Sony Cybershot F717 five megapixel with a 10X zoom. Since I live on the
cape, it only made sense to follow the cranberry process. This is my all-time
favorite photo. It was taken from above a tractor trailer truck full of fresh,
wet and ripe cranberries. Looking forward to more from your great site ...
Linda Monast Cape Cod, Mass.
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