Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Meet Simon

ISO 800, 1/320, f10.

17 comments:

  1. Hello Simon, waiting for a nice juicy fly?

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  2. Hello Simon. I'm glad that you are weaving your web at someplace other than at my house!

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  3. Great shot! Thanks for the follow. Now, I popped over and was blessed by your pics! God bless.

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  4. Where is the raid?

    Melanie

    Just kidding spiders are cool

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  5. When I read your profile (when you decided to follow my blog)I researched narcolepsy before I entered your space. The very fact that you list so many diverse activities on your side bar despite the battle you face each day is a testament to your overcoming spirit. I bet God is going to do something utterly awesome with your life! And ...you have a great eye for catching a great image

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  6. Thanks for following.
    You have beautiful images, some people should learn from you (including me). You're really talented. Big smile.

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  7. I'm honored to follow you. You do great work and will no doubt be one of the best photographers anywhere one day

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  8. Now there is quite the spider and the web to go along with it... too cooL.

    ToOdLeS.

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  9. Thanks for following me and introducing me to your wonderful blog. I love your photos.

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  10. Gracias por visitar mi blog. Me gustan mucho tus fotografías. Preciosas. Besos.

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  11. Awesome pictures. Thank you for following arise 2 write. I look forward to following your blog. Blessings, andrea

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  13. (I removed the above comment because I called you "Simon." I'd blame my bad head cold for making me so thick today except for the fact that I'm no better when I feel good, lol.)

    Leah,

    I'm new to your blog and wanted to say how impressed I am.

    I started shooting when I was 13 (too many years ago to get more specific than that, lol) and finally decided to do it professionally about 10 years ago.

    I have since shot for magazines and newspapers worldwide and even have a coffee table photo book currently in bookstores.

    I'm not telling you any of that to try to impress you - believe me, there is no reason to be the least bit impressed - but to let you know that I have been around a lot of great photographers and seen lots of photos and though my opinion is no more valid than anyone else's, I hope my words of encouragement will help keep you "focused" on continuing to "develop" your art (sorry about that ... I couldn't resist).

    If I can ever help in any way, please get in touch (my email address is either on my blog or in my profile).

    ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥
    ☼☼☼Dante☼☼☼
    ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥


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  14. Ewwww Okay Simon wouldn't be one I would care to come in contact with again. When I was about 13 I decided to sneak out of my bedroom window and meet my girlfriends in the park, well one night this spider which probably had a web in the plants by my window decided to piggyback on top of my head and slowly made it's way down my forehead.. icks
    I still remember that night I screamed and got busted by my parents lol.

    Thanks for your visit, I look forward to seeing more of your photos.

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