Maria returns to see Snow White

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Maria returns to see Snow White

Postby ray barlow » Fri 19 Dec 2008 00:43

We are planning a trip next week to visit Florida, and tour around with the camper... Maria's Christmas present will be a day at Disney, along with a few days in the field. If anyone wants to hook up.. please email me, I imagine there will be a few people heading down south for the next 2 weeks.

just less then 2 yrs ago, our first visit to see snow white... (actually I think this is Cinderella)

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and a couple from the weekends trip with Mike Veltri...

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thanks for looking!
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For workshop info, please email me here... raymondjbarlow@yahoo.ca

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Re: Maria returns to see Snow White

Postby Lil Judd » Sun 21 Dec 2008 18:28

Hi Ray,

hoping you all have a great time down in Florida. You already know which is my favorite here.

Lil :-)
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Congratulations to you Mr. Barlow...

Postby Vincent De Vos » Fri 27 Feb 2009 09:59

I was looking to most of your photos you post here. Wow! You are a great wildlife photographer.
Take care, yesterdayevening I looked to a documentary about Thimoty Treadwell, he was going too close... When I was looking to your puma shot I was thinking about that...
Hope to see more of your great pictures here...
All the best,
Vincent

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Passioned by beautiful pictures, not a very active photographer though...
Regards,
Vincent

PS I use google translate a lot to write better English. So, if mistake, I's google, not me. ;)
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