too bad you were not able to go around or see much while you were here in the Philippines.. there's a lot of really nice places to visit, you just have to know where to go with a really good companion/guide. I myself have explored just only a few of these places. Mostly because of time & budget constraints. hehehe Just the same, thanks for the comment!
Nice to meet you. You sound like an interesting photographer!
Thanks for passing comment on Boudoir..It is funny you say you were looking for arms and legs. My intension was to create sensuality with no human presence. But I think you got this feeling from the title not the image.
So I try harder next time!
thanks for the comment :) well, if you like the sunsets, you are most welcome to come to slovenia in the summer ;) so, how's life in germany? i think you are brave to go to a foreign country and don't speak the language :)
You profile descriptions are pretty good! I like your words.
your great comments give me the chance to visit your site and enjoy your pictures, I hope I can see them also afterwards, and I add you to buddies for it.
Thanks again for your nice comments and very happy about your compliments!! :)
Hi Tony, as normal here in the FC via a few links I landed in your profile. Interesting life story and I wish you success in good old Germany. My son Amigo Zomtec has just startet as a photographer but it is not easy to find good customers. You have not displayed too many Photos yet but I was surprised that noone
answered on the Ansbach sunset, lovely colours. The one from the cathedral in Cologne (candles) not so
interestung unless one has been. Have a look at my photos and you see ,my grandson Vincent with a candle. I am at the moment in Gran Canaria and tomorrow another lady from the FC is joining me for a week and we want to make lovely photograph.
Good n8 for now Nana-Ellen
Thanx for the very kind comment under my profile and thanx for the link to the site of donna, she has some absolutely marvelous shots there!!!!!!! I´m looking forward to see you again on the photokina in 2006. Keep up the good work, Tony!