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Dear Howard. Thank you very much for your kind message. I also value your friendship and learned from your unique vision, especially your deep emotional connection to your land, your people and every living things around you. You never strive for cheap effects or personal glory like some others unfortunately do.
May you and your loved ones have a healthy, prosperous New Year. Your friend, Janos
Yes Howard it does, it is so exciting, sometimes lasting only a split second - I've become totally hooked. Have tried to move away from the topic but am always drawn back. Many thanks for your comment - very much appreciated. Wish you a good week. best regards,cathy
Big John is quite the horse. When I saw children playing around him I became worried. As I moved to stop them the horses action was quite calm. That is a very large animal, very layed back. I am glad you enjoyed the photo. He now works for The Little Rock Carriage Company.
The C 130 is part of a traning center fleet the USAF runs hear at the Little Rock Air Base. When the wind is right, they fly directly over head . I think we are on their down wind leg of the pattern. A lot of us G.I.s have memories of this airplane.
Thanks Howard, the cat was carefully watching the birds I had baited to the picnic table. She seems quite interrested.
The air craft is a static display F104 . I my self spent many years as a kid building flying modles and ended up repairing Army helicopters.
Hello Howard, thanks for your thoughtful comments on some of my efforts of late. As I see from comments from my European friends they like the techniques, but don't really understand the issues like you, from the US does. But I am encouraged that I succeeded to make my photos talk like your photos certainly do. Best wishes and good cheer to you, Janos
Dear Howard, thank you for your comments on Regret and Silently, and as you say " Sorrow at it's deepest level" , is a confirmation that you understand very good my pictures, my new series will be a little bit happier I hope, here some good music for you with my wishes for a lovely weekend ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iJE9jeSKHU&list=PL73A0ECE808
Thank you Howard for your comment on Inconsolable. You are right we can see it like the death of Jesus, but it is a death of one big love.....Your comment on Shadow reminds me again on my sadness. Have a nice evening.
It's me again ! Thank you for your comment on Beka. This is my granddaughter Rebecca, and yes, she is sad very often, but she is so young and she will understand that life has prepared for her so beautiful things. Thank you also for your comment on Butterfly ballerina, nice words, really, poetry.
Thanks for your visits and nice comments Howard!
That picture I took from the pier...it's looks like a thick ice, but it's not:-) in fact, this little "icebreaker" is ferry
Best regards and nice weekend
Thanks for recent comments !!
We have a couple of geese who come back to Madrona Marsh
in Torrance, California for the paste several years. It is always a treat
to see them. Wishing you a Spring...soon !
good morning der Howard
-thank you for your interest in my work
You are very kind
And the answer to your question is Yes.. all done with photoshop .
Editing images is really what I enjoy doing .A warm hug
have a wonderfu lday
Hello, Howard, judging by your photos gives me an idea of the kind of person you are and indeed I am honored to be you friend. I also appreciate your thoughtful and erudite comments on my efforts.
Cheers from Ontario, Canada. Janos
Howard, I wish to thank you for your kind comment.
Their are many woodpeckes in Arkansas. The Pilated Woodpecker likes dense forrest to live in. I am to close to the city to see many of them. If you travel west from Little Rock you will find the Ozark National Forest and the Ouachita National Forest which reaches into Oklahoma. Their is a large population of the bird. Akkansas is blessed with an abundance of wild life of all types. We call it the Natural State. Come on down and bring your camera. You will find plenty to photograph.
I'm so happy you like the picture.
And thank you for your story - I keep my fingers crossed for your daughter in law, I do hope she will be fine.
Wish you all the best, Howard.
Greetings from Poland, Viola
Hello and welcome! Great to see that you joined our big FC.com family. I am sure you will enjoy posting your photos and seeing the pictures of other members. I wish you lots of new friends and much fun and always "good light"!!
greetings from Vancouver,
Adele - Nature Channel Manager