Sunday, March 8, 2009

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19 comments:

  1. Those were good shots. What camera do you use?

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  2. Absolutely AMAZING pics....Well done

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  3. Great pics, hope to see many more!

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  4. Harmony and good karma flow from your work as an actor and a photographer.

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  5. your photos and posts contain so much more than pretty words and pictures. they describe a personal journey. thank you for sharing this. i wish i knew you better.

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  6. Beautiful photos. I can feel a peaceful silence and meditation flowing through your work.

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  7. You've shared a gift with me. I am grateful and moved by your images

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  8. some great shots here, i like the light saturation... to follow on from the first posting here, can you give us a little feedback in terms of your camera/ lenses, or just tips on how to capture the colour and light saturation you have going on here? Much appreciated, and keep snappin and travellin!

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  9. Fabulous images! Traveling & photography...dream.

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  10. great shots. i think you're quite bold in the sense that you approach your subjects and so many of your shots include close eye contact

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  11. I enjoyed your work veRy much. What camera do you use?

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  13. Très belle photo, je ne m'y Connais pas beaucoup dans ce domaine mais ces photos sont superbes, les paysages sont absolument magnifique.
    J'ai beaucoup aimer la photo avec le vieil homme sur le rocher.

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  14. I just got to know you from watching season of Justified. You are close to God. Thank you.

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  15. Hey Walt,

    A few years back in Australia when I worked in film and TV there I had a friend, Alby Falzon, who made a film ( shot in Super 8 and blown up to 16mm) about the KUMBHA MELA and the Saddhus...he got David Byrne to OK the use of "Talking Heads" music..The film is absolutely stunning..Get the DVD here's the link..Tell Alby hi from Mick Kollins the Virgin Islands! Oh yeah LOVE your work mate!!

    http://www.albertfalzon.com/store/dvd-same.asp

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  16. Beautiful people...would love to speak their language and sit down to shoot the breeze with those ladies in the 18th photo down...

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  17. Interesting work. The skewed angles work well with your commentaries. Travel is truly a personal experience. Thank you.

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