Linda Brown(non-registered)
Beautiful pics of the Crescent City!
Elvia Thompson(non-registered)
Fabulous job, Ed! What beautiful work.
JoEllen Murphy(non-registered)
Ed ~ your photography is magnificent! the photographs are awe-inspiring and reveal not only a part of who you are but the heartbeat of humankind. can't wait to see more. it will be a blessing to know you when you become more famous!
Christina C.(non-registered)
These are magnificant pictures. Remember you still need a PR person to promote you and I'm not getting any younger... LOL So when are you submitting these to magazines...National Geographic or art Galleries..?
Bill Ingalls(non-registered)
Ed! Great body of work here!!
Sandy Sylvest(non-registered)
Eduardo--This is a beautiful body of work. I tried but could not pick out a singular favorite. The variety is surprising and fresh. Looks like you have discovered the knack for catching that illusive light. John would be very proud. Congratulations, friend. Sandy PS I hope you will share some of your photos with my students when you guest lecture.
Debbie Sharp(non-registered)
Truly stunning Ed! I'm so impressed with your work. Love the pics of Sedona the best! Maybe that's because I was there when you took them. Keep up the creative work. You have an amazing talent.
Carolyn Adams(non-registered)
Today I saw your soul. Awesome.
Debbie Ladwig(non-registered)
Ed - they're lovely. You capture the images so gracefully -- keep chasing the light. Your dad would be so proud. I would love to see them in an exhibit soon so I can get closer to them. Hope we get to see you soon -- July 4th!!
Laurie Wiggins(non-registered)
Thank you for sharing your view of the world, and thus a precious part of yourself, with us. Capturing an image is being in the moment and that is a great way to appreciate and enjoy life, and bringing that moment to others allows them to appreciate it too.
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