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September 27, 2007



I like the description for this little portfolio. I especially got to thinking about "and a very shaky hand". You knew it and took advantage of it. I call it strength in a weakness. Make it work for you, instead of a against you.

Probably unfair of me to pick out favorites and most certainly mine won't be others or even yours. Two I especially like. One is kind of hanging on me and isn't in the above two favorites. I'm not sure why yet. It may be one of those, god that music's awful, because to my ear it is just so different, but yet I listen to it more. Then I start to see the genius in it, put off by the uniqueness in the beginning. Change sometimes isn't easy.

You can still get motion in the pictures and brace it. Lean your camera hands, arms or shoulder against the corner of a heavy object. Corners of buildings are nice, if you're looking for more control in the light streaks. It looks like you may be playing with your shutter speed. Cool.


Had you just posted the shaky pictures without any captions or descriptions, I would have thought Japan was being attacked by aliens.

Or that those were pictures of some deep sea luminescent jellyfish.

Either way, neat pictures.


You should take "shaky hand" pictures more often. They're beautiful. Fascinating history about the bridge. And I agree, definitely a chick. Thanks,


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