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June 14, 2010

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bobroth

I love it, Dan. Keep up the fantastic work!

iris

che bello questo posto mi piacerebbe stare li adesso e prendere il sole complimenti

Thom Danfield

between you and i, i have vast bragging rights to "old man." having said that, i continue to enjoy and appreciate your use of light and shadow AND the way each plays on color. not surprisingly, that helps me to appreciate and to identify elements within my own moments of viewed and experienced beauty and relative inspiration.
it's almost like having my own personal beauty/awe coach to make sure less moments pass by without proper notice.
unknowingly, that tends to be what draws me to certain pieces and certain artists.
i hope you find that complimentary and with no obligation on your part to be such a "coach."
t. lee d.

Thom Danfield

. . . in addition, a "proper" old man would miss that relatively abrupt right turn and end up getting close and personal with the fishies.
i should know ! ! !
t.d.

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