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author Greg (Greg Governale)
subjectWild life
title From Inside The Nest
date4/2/2006 1:38:52 PM
detailsWhile helping biologists collect information about Eagles I collected bones and droppings to help determine the main food source of this eagle. Wearing a climbing harness, I was lowered down the side of the cliff into the Eagles nest. The nest was huge, approximately 15 feet across. (4or 5 meters) I collected many specimens and when the eagle returned I was ready with my camera. I think the head on view gives you an idea of the intensity I felt. This was the last shot I got before the eagle was inside the closest focusing distance of my lens. 300 mm Nikon lens, 1.4 TC, extension tube. Greg Governale Logicor tumescent arthroplastic figured phototype malonanilic.
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1 Arno Hollander (Sniper 1)   (4/2/2006 1:48:31 PM)
. . . . . <---- speachless....
2 Fernando Dias   (4/2/2006 1:48:36 PM)
Fantatic work, Greg!
3 Amuletum ( )   (4/2/2006 1:51:42 PM)
4 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 1:57:15 PM)
#1 Arno Hollander(SNIPER 1): speachless....thank you very much! Thats the same word I would have used! :o) Greg
5 DPS (David Stevenson)   (4/2/2006 2:00:03 PM)
WOW. It reads like you were still in it's nest when it came back. LOL
6 Wim Lassche   (4/2/2006 2:06:33 PM)
This is fantastic, no words indeed, Greg!
7 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 2:06:57 PM)
#5 DPS(David Stevenson): David, It reads that way because I was still in the nest. It took me two years to get permission from the DNR and to covince the biologists I would collect the proper specimens.( I had to take classes) A special thanks to Rich and Tom, without them, this wouldn`t have been possible!
8 DPS (David Stevenson)   (4/2/2006 2:08:48 PM)
#5 DPS(David Stevenson): I am now speechless! That must be a memory that will stay with you forever!!
9 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 2:09:01 PM)
#2 Fernando Dias:
#3 Amuletum(pass the brownies! ..... ): Thank you both very much. It was a very special day.
10 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 2:12:04 PM)
#8 DPS(David Stevenson): I forgot to say thank you for the comment. Yes, the memory seems to stay with me very well. The image makes the moment very vivid. Greg
11 joe bellantoni   (4/2/2006 2:16:28 PM)
very well done first I thought it was too tight in the frame but it grew on me in seconds....well defined and exposed...
12 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 2:20:47 PM)
#11 joe bellantoni: Thanks Joe, I did not crop off either side, only small amounts off the top and bottom. Not many ways to move around. I am sure you understand. Greg
#6 Wim Lassche: Thank you very much!
13 Ad   (4/2/2006 2:24:00 PM)
Wonderfull. Great shot.
14 Andy Cooper ( What I SHOULD have done was.....)   (4/2/2006 2:24:06 PM)
Well, this one will go sraight to the top...
...and quite rightly so.....just amazing.
We'd all be more than happy, I'm sure, to get
a shot like this of a captive bird, let alone
under the circumstances you describe....I
think if I was GUARANTEED to get smething like
this I MIGHT allow myself to be lowered down
a cliff !! Bl**dy amazing.
( As I struggle to get to grips with the DOF
on my new camera, what did you use here ? ).
15 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 2:32:17 PM)
#13 Ad: Thank you!
#14 Andy Cooper( What I SHOULD have done was.....): Andy, thanks for the comment. I used f11, ISO 400. Greg
16 Viki (Viktor Čater)   (4/2/2006 2:32:36 PM)
17 Fred Vnoucek   (4/2/2006 2:33:59 PM)
yes, your efforts paid! Great animal portrait!
18 steve sharpe   (4/2/2006 2:38:02 PM)
An awsome description to go with a perfect shot. The effort was well worth it.
Regards Steve
19 Corry   (4/2/2006 2:52:09 PM)
Unbelievable shot! Stunning!
20 FrankT ( pot'hbe'chug yay qa)   (4/2/2006 3:05:10 PM)
what can I say....
21 Fernando Dias   (4/2/2006 3:19:04 PM)
Fantatic work, Greg!
Sorry, can't vote!
22 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 3:24:23 PM)
#16 Viki(Viktor Èater):
#17 Fred Vnoucek:
#18 steve sharpe:
#19 Corry:
#20 FrankT(Frank Terlien):
#21 Fernando Dias:
thank you all very much for taking the time to comment. It is an image I am very proud of and feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to take. I've worked hard to build friendships with biologists who have access to many areas that are off-limits for most people. Thanks again! Greg
23 Dejan   (4/2/2006 3:27:41 PM)
Fantastic shot Greg
24 emrys (Stefano Adami)   (4/2/2006 3:54:15 PM)
Just incredible...I think that the only wise think I can do now, after I've seen this photo, is to throw away my camera...;)

Take off my hat, congratulation Greg!
25 Arno Hollander (Sniper 1)   (4/2/2006 4:00:49 PM)
Greg, is this also another crop of a previous one with the water of the river in the bg?
26 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 4:03:13 PM)
#23 Dejan: Thank you very much.

#24 emrys(Stefano Adami): Stefano, Don`t throw away your camera, They help bring back memories of days gone by. WE all have memories which should be recorded, sadly WE all have memories we don`t want a permenant record of! Thank you for the comment! Greg
27 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 4:08:14 PM)
#25 Arno Hollander(SNIPER 1): Arno this was taken on the same day, a few seconds after the previous image. You didn`t think I would only take one image did you? Greg
28 Arno Hollander (Sniper 1)   (4/2/2006 4:10:45 PM)
#27 Greg :) then my memory isn't letting me down. you also get a shot that was taken later then this one? cool stuff ;)
29 Kenn Reay   (4/2/2006 4:12:21 PM)
Just incredible. Everything about this is perfect. A stunning image in all ways. Kenn
30 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 4:18:01 PM)
#28 Arno Hollander(SNIPER 1): Arno, You do have a good memory. I do have more images of this bird. I think this one is my best! Greg
#29 Kenn Reay: Thanks Kenn, I am glad you like it! Greg
31 Rodger   (4/2/2006 4:18:05 PM)
nice whites
lovely headshot Greg
32 Rodger   (4/2/2006 4:18:57 PM)
AG Greg
33 Miguel Lasa   (4/2/2006 4:20:36 PM)
a very interesting portrait Greg full of power and difficult to get , I like the stare very much , I wish you had an overcast day to get the light a bit less hard
wonderful shot
34 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 4:21:37 PM)
#31 Rodger: Thanks for taking a look. Don`t worry about AG, I don`t! Greg
35 tumas (tommy pace)   (4/2/2006 4:26:42 PM)
36 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 4:28:12 PM)
#33 Miguel Lasa: Thanks Miguel, I know you often have to shoot when you get the chance. I tried to make the best of it. An overcast day would produce a different look, the image would also loose the small shadows from the eye lashes. Greg
37 cARTerART (Claire Carter)   (4/2/2006 5:28:34 PM)
Truly amazing - I want more of this story, was he attacking you and how dangerous is that? Sounds terrifying.
38 Arno Hollander (Sniper 1)   (4/2/2006 6:05:49 PM)
#37 Snailewoman: that was my next question... that dude looks like he's gonna poke an eye out! this pic makes a great print on the wall imo :) greg? ever written any books or thinking about it?
39 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 6:26:37 PM)
#37 cARTerART(Claire Carter): Thank you, This eagle was surprized it was not attacking. The biologists were both screaming at me to get out. They don`t allow you to be in the nest with adult birds. To tell the truth, I really did`t want to stay and find out what an eagle could do.(A very large beak and powerful feet) I was more scared of falling more then anything else. I was in the nest for about 10 minutes before the eagle came back.(collecting specimens) I was in the nest with the eagle for about 30 seconds.( The biologists started pulling me back up!
#38 Arno Hollander(SNIPER 1): A book is possible, I have been working with a company for over a year, no final word yet. One rough draft and 40 images so far, I will let everyone know if it actually happens. Greg
40 cARTerART (Claire Carter)   (4/2/2006 6:30:17 PM)
#39 Greg(Greg Governale): cheers Greg. I'm quite sure he could do a lot of damage and boy I bet he was surprised! Makes a great story. Was anyone taking a film of it, great footage ?
41 Reidar   (4/2/2006 6:34:27 PM)
42 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 6:35:17 PM)
#40 cARTerART(Claire Carter): Rich has some footage but he is not very good at holding the camera steady. The light was also quite a proplem from where he was standing.
43 Les McLean (**** ))   (4/2/2006 6:56:25 PM)
Amazing intensity of those eyes make it a unique image , and an excellent narrative.
I've played about with a crop to remove some of the OOF areas at the top. As the framing is (correctly) quite tight, I thought the composition could take it.
suggested crop >>
44 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 7:08:22 PM)
#43 Les McLean: Thanks Les, I understand your point. DOF is always a problem with this type of image. I was more concerned with keeping the eyes and beak in focus. I think your crop works well! Greg Governale
45 Keith A. Luko (GONE WITH THE OTHERS)   (4/2/2006 7:41:27 PM)
wow great shot greg!!!!!!
46 Stephen Bonk   (4/2/2006 7:59:21 PM)
Amazing Greg!..... Both the photo and your expedition. I have tremendous respect and admiration for what you do and the results you achieve.
47 KAY (........ .......)   (4/2/2006 8:02:23 PM)
no nits Greg....
48 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 8:08:56 PM)
#45 Keith A. Luko(Cant we all get along:-)): Thank you very much!
#46 Stephen Bonk: Thank you, I plan my trips well ahead of time, they don`t all turn out, and some turn out better than expected.
#47 KAY(Life is fun.. Life is happiness..): I agree with you, Life is FUN, Life is HAPPINESS! Thank you for taking the time! Greg
49 archera (Roland DiSabatino)   (4/2/2006 8:27:29 PM)
Your adventure, in different way, reminds me of Neil Armstrong and the words ~~ "Houston ... the Eagle has landed!" Way to go Greg!
50 PhotoWomyn (laughing @ the funny people)   (4/2/2006 8:44:12 PM)
There are absolutely no words to express.....This image left my jaw on the floor when I opened it and my heart completely skipped a full 10 beats! : o (10)Spectacular Greg!
51 Christine Crawford (Christine Rendflesh)   (4/2/2006 9:13:26 PM)
52 George Oze   (4/2/2006 9:52:36 PM)
Piercing eyes this fellow has! Great story and capture! Congrats!
53 Uma Sethuraman (M A H E S H)   (4/2/2006 10:19:46 PM)
Great shot Greg!

Apart from good techcnique, I think its the passion you have in these subjects, that results in wonderful pictures like this one! Excellent!
54 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/2/2006 10:27:44 PM)
#49 archera(Roland DiSabatino): I understand why so many people enjoy Eagles a lot better now. Thank you!
#50 PhotoWomyn(running with scissors : P): My heart was pumping very fast while I was taking this picture, thanks for the kind words.
#51 Christine Crawford(Can't Stand CRY BABIES!!): Thank you for the comment.
#52 George Oze: I find the eyes of every animal I photograph to be the most important part of the image. If the eyes look good, the rest just comes along for the ride. Thanks! Greg
55 Kurt Allebach   (4/2/2006 10:37:08 PM)
arno said it best
56 RandyW (Randy Walton)   (4/3/2006 12:13:52 AM)
Freaking incredible! This creature is staring directly at you and wondering what the heck you're doing in its nest. You have more intestinal fortitude than I could ever scrape up.
These eyes are not just sharp and clear they are penetrating. When I saw this and read your description of the shot I just could believe it. A totally amazing shot Greg!
57 Mike Montalvo   (4/3/2006 12:38:59 AM)
Wow this is very majestic, I love it :o)
58 Zenonas   (4/3/2006 12:48:57 AM)
59 KAROLOS TRIVIZAS   (4/3/2006 1:07:49 AM)
The unique score for this photo is enough to prove that it really is a MASTERPIECE. The only I can say : congratulations Greg.

60 Sergio Pessolano   (4/3/2006 2:50:35 AM)
Perfect: I like especially the clever light, almost studio-like...
61 herman blockx   (4/3/2006 3:22:58 AM)
super catch!
62 Ralfs World () ()   (4/3/2006 4:01:33 AM)
Congratulations, Greg!
63 mamaxbike (massimo a.)   (4/3/2006 4:54:15 AM)
This shot is fantastic.
64 blu   (4/3/2006 7:26:42 AM)
fantastic shot Greg, no doubt about it. What I wonder is, whether this is taken at the same occasion as your older post:

He looks very much the same to me :-)
65 ChrisC (Christopher Cove)   (4/3/2006 8:20:34 AM)
Greg, A truly remarkable shot. It sounds like an amazingly tense situation for both of you and you can sense that in this image. Outstanding. If you do complete the book let me know because I would to purchase a copy. Again stunning image!
66 April (Cindy Metzger)   (4/3/2006 8:56:06 AM)
Piercing eyes, great detail and camera contact. Excellent and difficult wildlife capture Greg.
67 Jouko   (4/3/2006 9:01:24 AM)
NEVER seen a better eagle shot, Greg! IMHO!
10/10 IF I could vote! : (
68 gdanger (George Dangerfield)   (4/3/2006 9:37:35 AM)
Now this is some incredible close-up detail Greg, just amazing!
69 Debi Joranco-Arellano   (4/3/2006 10:30:09 AM)
Wow! This is wonderful, Greg!!
70 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (4/3/2006 10:31:17 AM)
nice close up, but I'm wanting a bit more detail, seems soft especially around the eyes. but still a 9 for me.
71 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (4/3/2006 10:40:08 AM)
It's just a bird picture. Didn't even get the whole bird. Should have had a second body with a shorter lens.
72 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 11:35:55 AM)
#70 CherylB(yes we have no ban Anners....): Cheryl, Thank you, I respect everyones point of view....but I see no softness around the eyes. See comments #68 and #56
#71 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): I was not trying to show the whole bird. Thanks!
#69 Debi Joranco-Arellano: Thank you!
#64 blu: Same eagle, a few seconds after, I don`t know anyone who would take only one picture in this situation. Thanks.
73 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (4/3/2006 11:54:40 AM)
Greg, I still think it's soft and lacks detail. maybe you should point them to my comment? LOL
74 Rick X (Rick Xavier)   (4/3/2006 12:17:09 PM)
Greg, nothing less than FANTASTIC. ;)
75 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (4/3/2006 12:21:20 PM)
#72 Greg(Greg Governale): You should have. It would be a much better picture.

Hope you are not too let down by this one.
You can do better if you try.

Keep taking pictures of birds.
Some day you will get good at it.
76 ChrisC (Christopher Cove)   (4/3/2006 12:40:25 PM)
#75 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): Why be this way? Do you think that it is rated as the number 2 picture on PB because it is not a remarkable picture? Are there not lots of experienced and talented bird photographers on PB who think Greg is an extremely skilled, artistic and dedicated bird photographer? Your comment is way off base!
77 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (4/3/2006 12:48:47 PM)
#76 ChrisC(Christopher Cove): he is extremely skilled and a fabulous photographer of many things,but some of us disagree this is his best.and they are a whole bunch who are afraid to say anything different.
78 Christopher Azzopardi   (4/3/2006 1:05:55 PM)
79 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 2:07:02 PM)
#75 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): I respect everyones opinion. Birds are not my main subject of choice. I do have a lot to learn. No single picture will ever please everyone. I don`t think your comment is way of base. If you feel the whole bird would make a better picture that is fine with me. I felt that given the chance to get into the nest, capturing the look of suprize, and the intense moment was best done with a close up head shot. You have posted a number of portraits of people where you cut off nearly the entire bottom half of their bodies. Martin Mull and To keep the account active, are both cases where you did not show their entire bodies. Does that mean you failed? Or that you should have used a different lens? Thank you for the comments, you help me learn what other people are thinking.
80 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 2:13:06 PM)
I hope everyone will look at Cheryl comments #70 and comment #73, I would like to know if anyone else feels this image is soft and lacks detail?
#73 CherylB(yes we have no ban Anners....):
81 Rick X (Rick Xavier)   (4/3/2006 2:17:06 PM)
#80 Greg(Greg Governale): I´ve good eyes. For art and for anything else. It´s not lacking in detail.
More... It has SUPERB details. That´s my opinion Greg. I´m not digging your vote because my last photos are only for comment.
82 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (4/3/2006 2:21:58 PM)
#80 Greg(Greg Governale): try looking at the bottom where it's dark, no detail there for starters and I said the "eye" area was soft.
83 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 2:24:41 PM)
#77 CherylB(yes we have no ban Anners....):Cheryl, thank you very much for the wonderful complement, saying I am an extremely skilled and talented photographer really does mean something to me. Especially coming from you, a person whose opinion I truly respect. I have no idea which one of my images is my best. I enjoy taking pictures, and I enjoy sharing them with people. Greg
84 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (4/3/2006 2:30:01 PM)
#83 Greg(Greg Governale): you are Greg, you do some very fine work. I don't think we ever have a best and that isn't what I meant exactly but I think you understand.
85 Bas Haasnoot   (4/3/2006 2:36:27 PM)
Congrats Greg!
86 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 2:38:10 PM)
#84 CherylB(yes we have no ban Anners....): The bottom of this image was dark, I made it even darker because of comments I had recieved on other eagle pictures where people pointed to quills of feathers in the bottom of the picture and asked me what they were or said they were distractions. I could open up the bottom of this image, when I do, It feels that I am pulling the eye away from the what I feel are sharp and detailed eyes. Greg
87 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (4/3/2006 2:51:04 PM)
#86 Greg(Greg Governale): Greg you are by far the expert, I'm just saying how I see it, that's all I can do. I can't just "go along" when I feel differently. when I become a dittohead then I'll give it all up and find something else that appeals to me. I have been wrong many times, I know that. I'm probably wrong here too but I have to be me.
88 ChrisC (Christopher Cove)   (4/3/2006 3:04:59 PM)
#77 CherylB(yes we have no ban Anners....):I agree with you about commenting on ways to improve an image but for someone to say "some day you will get good at it" is entirely wrong. There is no need for that at PB. Saying that you do not like a particular picture for a particular reason is what PB is all about and I respect that. Insults should not be tolerated here a PB. By the I think there is plenty of detail here and like it because of the unique view.
89 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 3:05:23 PM)
#87 CherylB(yes we have no ban Anners....): I wouldn`t want you or anyone to just go along....what would be the point? Keep being youself, life is much more fun that way! Greg
90 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 3:13:24 PM)
#88 ChrisC(Christopher Cove): Thank you for the comments. If a person wants to insult me I really don`t care. I just consider the sorce. Everyone can have their own opinion. If a person wants to share how they feel and give me pointers thats fine as well. I learn something new every day. I know you enjoy what I do, thank you for the support! Greg
91 docmm   (4/3/2006 3:32:57 PM)
I must say you have got good detail here for a bird that was moving and so close to you. The beak looks sharp and the colour here glows.
Two things I find disappointing:
first, given the unique situation you were in, it would have been wonderful to have captured more of the birds environment. The image, as is, has nothing in it that tells you it was not taken in a local zoo or raptor centre.
second, in view of the continuing 'threatened' status of the bald eagle anywhere other than what I understand is Alaska, I find it particularly disappointing that you continued to shoot at the nest when the bird approached. It should have been you indicating to your colleagues to get you out.
92 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (4/3/2006 4:04:34 PM)
#76 ChrisC(Christopher Cove):
#77 CherylB(yes we have no ban Anners....):
#79 Greg(Greg Governale):
I'm always amazed when somebody thinks I'm serious.
93 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 4:06:52 PM)
#91 docmm: Thanks for the comment. This was taken in a area where the bird is not threatened. In fact, they have so many Eagles in this area they have been moving them to other locations. My colleagues have thousands and thousands of flight pictures of eagles which show the sky or the area where this bird lives. They only have 4 pictures of the expression an eagle makes when it is surprized to find someone in the nest. Greg
94 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 4:11:12 PM)
#92 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): Having never met you, it is hard to tell. In any case thank you for your time. Greg
95 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (4/3/2006 4:14:30 PM)
#92 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): I never take you serious..LOL
96 Laurel Austin   (4/3/2006 4:40:18 PM)
Nice one Greg!
97 ChrisC (Christopher Cove)   (4/3/2006 4:46:06 PM)
#92 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): I am with Greg, I am glad that you are not serious. Peace~
98 Keith Frost   (4/3/2006 4:58:10 PM)
Sensational work again.Keith
99 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (4/3/2006 6:00:16 PM)
#94 Greg(Greg Governale): Very few have met me, but I've been active here for years.

Not paying attention?
100 Anners (No Namebrand)   (4/3/2006 6:07:31 PM)
#95 CherylB(yes we have no ban Anners....):

Nice to know you also criticise the award winning experts.
101 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (4/3/2006 6:34:50 PM)
#100 Anners(Anne Sewell ):
They are no different from anybody else.
As a matter of fact, they probably deserve it more.
102 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 7:15:03 PM)
#99 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): I know you have been active here for a long time. Without meeting a person it is hard for me to judge if they are serious or not. Greg
103 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (4/3/2006 7:53:18 PM)
#102 Greg(Greg Governale): Ok, but I think I'm pretty obvious.

Nice bird picture by the way.

I'm serious.

Or am I?
104 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 8:06:59 PM)
#103 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): Is the glass half empty, or is the glass half full?

Maybe it doesn`t matter.....

or maybe it does?
105 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (4/3/2006 8:30:17 PM)

Now you understand.

Or do you?
106 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/3/2006 9:15:48 PM)
#105 mrgetz(gnihtyrevE sI egamI ehT): I think I get it......but do I.....Time for NCAA BB.....Cheers!
107 Kylie Winder   (4/6/2006 9:26:59 PM)
This is an amazing shot Greg! Were you scared you were going to drop your camera!!! :)
108 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/6/2006 10:26:19 PM)
#107 Kylie Winder: Thanks for the comment, I am always very careful with my camera equipment. I have a harness which keeps it close to my chest. When I release it so I can shoot, it is still teathered to my belt, If I drop it, it only falls about 2 feet. Greg Governale
109 Igor L. (Igor Laptev)   (4/11/2006 8:06:15 PM)
Very nice!
110 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/12/2006 1:01:51 PM)
#109 Igor L.(Igor Laptev): Thank you very much! Greg
111 Edite   (4/18/2006 11:04:47 AM)
There are no words!
Thank God there are people like you that go to the eagle's nest and share with us such wonderful pictures!
My best regards!
112 Greg (Greg Governale)   (4/19/2006 2:08:31 PM)
#111 Edite: Thank you, comments as nice as yours push me to think of new ways of photographing different subjects. Greg
113 Hassan (Hassan A)   (5/8/2006 9:59:52 AM)
nothing more to say , it's perfect , bravo Greg (10)
114 Greg (Greg Governale)   (5/8/2006 2:34:01 PM)
#113 Hassan: Thank, you very much. Finding out what people like helps me a lot. Have a great week! Greg Governale
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