Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Photographer Washed Away

29 comments:

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Mike said...

Stephen firstly thank you for visiting my photo blog and your kind comments.

I am so glad you visited since it has given me an opportunity to view your "work" which I find very good and varied.

I have taken the opportunity to add you to my daily views.

Cherri said...

I jsut found a comment you left for me on my blog. Thank you for the nice comment. I love your work. I am thrilled that I have found your blog. I look forward to more time to 'browse' your blog. Thanks again, Cherri

Happy Days said...

I hope you didn't lose yourself in the serf! Neat photo!...debbie

Montanagirl said...

I hope the photographer swam back! Nice photo.

Stephen Baird said...

photographer drowned ... i walked away with his nikon.
nikonswiper

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Hello Stephen You have a very interesting mixture of photographs here. :)

♥ Somebody Loved ♥ said...

Talk about cool and amazing photos.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting.
I like that you don't think the camera makes the photo... and photography is therapy for me as well.

ToOdLeS.ShEiLa

Lin said...

Hi Stephen,
Thanks for commenting on my humble photos! Yours are wonderful! And we are neighbors, I live in Rolling Meadows. If you don't mind, I'll follow you, love the pictures of Chicago!

Somebody Loved said...

I decided to become your newest follower...
and link you as a bloggy-buddy
and give you a shout out.
I am sure I will visit your blog often.
I like your style.

ToOdLeS AgAiN... ShEiLa

Kelly said...

...the title and the photo made me laugh out loud. You have a lot of fun stuff here!! Fabulous photos......

Ramadhani said...

I like your photo and enyoy very well

Ramadhani-Indonesia

lucette virelle said...

A dangerous shot : imagine a sudden tsunami (:-)))
Well , thank you also for the kind comments on my blogs.Have a good day.

james said...

I stumbled onto your blog through a follower and, boy, am I glad :) Your photos are great! I'll be following!

Nicole said...

That's how you got your camera, smart!
:D

R's Musings said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comments. I've enjoyed your recent photos and will check out your archive. It's taken me a few days to figure out why I couldn't leave a comment here...hopefully this time it works!

yvonne said...

Stopping by via sheila. I love what you said about anyone can be a great photographer with any kind of camera. Great job.

simoart said...

Hi
What a great photo. I love your work and you have a fun blog, thanks for your comment on my blog, my son loves your photo, that is his knew hobby.

Mohamed Heikkal Ismail said...

thanks for the comment.appreciate that, but i'm still learning how to see through my lens.

thanks again.

Daryl said...

Thank you for the visit and very gracious comment .. compared to your photos I am just a novice .. I am off to the beach this weekend and this shot is going to inspire me .. see you again soon!

Craig Glenn said...

Stephen, Thanks for the kind comment on my blog. I really enjoyed your photos and plan to be back often!

Craig Glenn

Elaine said...

Love this shot!

Eve said...

OH DEAR!!!
Ha Ha Ha!

Wojtek Krajnik said...

Nice photographs...... good job!

Vivian said...

Ok....this shot gets the award of the day....best shot for me. I believe it is your title that puts this over the edge. Brilliant.

orilia said...

hi, thanks for stopping by my blog.

I love this photo. The tripod look so fragile there. :)

regards,
Aurelia

J_on_tour@jayzspaze said...

Nice one.

FP said...

It is nice to have access to your beautiful photos.

anna said...

le tue foto sono veramente belle!