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Guest 29-Sep-2012 18:21
lovely pictures!!
Guest 14-Sep-2012 13:50
Hi Bud
Great images, I'm wondering if you are up for selling one to me to use in a brochure?
sarah 14-Sep-2012 13:50
Hi Bud...
Do you sell an of your prints?
Guest 11-Jun-2012 18:14
Hi Bud:
I am the editor of the Minnesota Gardening Calendar. I would like to use one of your photos in our calendar. They are outstanding!! Would this be possible. If yes how would you liked to be credited and what would be your fee?

Sincere thanks, Karl Foord University of Minnesota
Trish 15-Jul-2011 21:28
Love your hummingbird photos. They are outstanding.
Guest 17-May-2011 15:24
Very nice Galleries
Guest 09-Aug-2009 03:33
some of the best hummingbird pics i've you could just teach them the words........

Thanks for the excellent pics!
Allan J 04-Dec-2008 16:10
Bud, amazing job!
Guest 17-Aug-2008 01:19
Continual great job!
Guest 16-Jul-2008 02:53
Wow-these photos are amazing! Great for you..
Kudos for your passion my friend-Jillian
Guest 16-Jul-2008 02:52
Wow-these photos are amazing! Great for you..
Eve Pranis 29-Apr-2008 19:15
Hello Bud,

I am the curriculum director for an online, nonprofit K-12 education program called Journey North. (This form would not let me post a hyperlink; feel free to search google for our site.) Participating students investigate seasonal change by following animal migrations on real-time maps, upload their own observations, and work with scientists and other students across North America. Ruby-throated and Rufous hummingbirds are two of the species students track.

As part of tomorrow's update, I'm doing a short piece on Torpor (given the cold conditions in the Midwest and New England this week). I ran across your message and stunning photo of a hummer who appears to be in torpor (# 85759951) in today's Hummingbird Forum. I would love to use it to inspire students' thinking.

Would you be willing to give Journey North permission to do so? If so, how should the credit line/copyright read? Thank you for considering our request.

Eve Pranis, Journey North
Ryan 28-Apr-2008 21:12
I have seen your macro shots on pbase and really like your work. I have a new photography forum and we have a section dedicated to macro photography where you can share your work, get comment/critique on it, and can also help others by leaving comment/critique on their work. We have a really great group of guys on there and would love for you to join and share you work too. We also have many other photography sections
Hope to see you on the site
Ryan Miller; Owner & Founder
Guest 26-Mar-2008 14:29
Excellent galleries, full of energy and creativity. Keep it up!
RDB 23-Mar-2008 13:25
Great stuff. The h-bird close ups are awesome. Do you have wide shots of your garden? Maybe I missed them. I'd love to see the garden itself.

Guest 16-Mar-2008 22:19
Nice Gallery
allan everett 24-Feb-2008 02:48
hi bud,
your gallery is beautiful. i would love to see some low, available light high iso work. im considering getting the k10d and the tamron 28-75 2.8. thanks again
jc 12-Nov-2007 19:47
Hey Bud, came over from Pentax Forums - you have one heck of a gallery. They are really beautiful shots.
murray newell20-Jul-2007 23:28
yes your galleries are very nice
Guest 19-Jul-2007 01:52
Nice stuff :) Are you actually in Ohio?
Guest 14-Jul-2007 01:14
I really enjoyed my visit to your galleries. Very nice.