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Waterfront Willows

Love the colors of this one!!


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Maggie Schofield
2013-02-10


Grape Woodbine


Carl Schofield
Landscapes
Grape Woodbine

Dear Carl, wonderful fotographs,,,, But this is not Ivy, its wild wine ("wilder Wein", Parthenocissus). Best wishes Hilde


Hildegard Berger
2009-12-09


Hilde, Thank you for the correction.
Best regards, Carl

Megan's Bay


Carl Schofield
Caribbean Cruise
Megan's Bay

It Megan Bay not Meagan Bay


Anonymous
2009-10-17


Thanks, fixed.

Ice Shroud


Kai Schofield
Cooperstown
Ice Shroud

this picture i stotally amazing


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Anonymousned asta , United States
2009-04-06


Upper Buttermilk Gorge 2

Wow, magnificent. Your skill in raw developing must be in evidence here.


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JosephScha , United States
2008-11-13


Thanks Joseph. I give the camera most of the credit.

Upper Buttermilk Gorge

This is spectacular. I can see the G1 is a great little camera.


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Ann Chaikin , United States
2008-11-10
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Thanks Ann. The G1 is capable of great image quality and is quite versatile.

Denali


Carl Schofield
Northern Exposure
Denali

Fantastic!


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Anonymous , United States
2008-10-21


Cayuga Inlet


Carl Schofield
Landscapes
Cayuga Inlet

Good composition and I think you certainly have the knack. ell done


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Colin Wolstenholme , United Kingdom
2007-04-26


Thank you Colin.

Antelope Canyon IV

This is magnificent and reminds me of Stanley Chasm in the Northern Territory of Australia.


Anne - Australia
2007-02-13


Thank you Anne. Antelope canyon is indeed a mysterious place.

Winter Willows II

This photograph has a nice "feel" to it. It makes me want to try infra-red techniques. Richard (Brooklyn)


Richard Massie , United States
2006-05-22


This particular image was printed with carbon sepia inks to get the warm tone. Yes, infrared is quite nice for landscapes.