7.Jason Letterman(non-registered)
Sure wish you were a bit closer....take you out and put the camera in your hands for some action shots here in Texas.
The nature pics are my fav...Are you on Facebook as well?
I also work with an aspiring photographer, you all would share for days. Keep up the work and look forward to seeing more.
6.F. Ranger(non-registered)
Termination dust on the mountains today, you guys would love it!
5.Janice Schneider(non-registered)
Dan.....
You don't know me but I worked with your Dad and Maryanne forever at the bank..... I am really into Photography and I have to tell you that your photos are absolutely phenomenal!!!!!!!!!!!
You should be very proud of yourself!!!!!
I absolutely love them ALL !!!!!!
4.Richard Leonard(non-registered)
These images are fascinating, because they allow/make the viewer take the time to explore the entire frame. That principle should also guide us in nature where "seeing" may take some time. Thank you for this rewarding series, Dan.

Richard
3.Rena(non-registered)
Absolutely amazing! Makes me feel like I'm there in person. Thanks for sharing
2.Richard Leonard(non-registered)
Beautiful imagery! When I look at your photographs, I always think of Thoreau's essays and Walden Pond. I think he and you would have been great friends.
1.Richard Leonard(non-registered)
Beautiful images! When I see your photographs, I always think of Thoreau's essays and Walden Pond. I think he and you would have been great friends.
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