Guestbook

  • Linda Chandler

    on October 13, 2014

    Ed - I've viewed the wedding pictures several times now - they are really wonderful and I am so grateful for your efforts in capturing moments of Laura and James' wedding. I've looked at your shots of Venice as well as its a favorite place of mine and they are just spectacular. You have truly cultivated your photographic abilities to works of art. congratulations on your achievements. It was great to see you, D'Lane and Karyn at the wedding.

  • Julie Nelson

    on July 30, 2014

    Amazing work Ed. I marvel at the close-ups of the insects. Is that even possible if you aren't National Geographic? -- dr julie nelson

  • Jim And Shelley

    on June 17, 2012

    Just beautiful, Ed! We look forward to seeing more on this site. Come visit us again soon.

  • Thalia Newton

    on March 9, 2012

    Thank you for the invitation to visit your gallery on the 17th...I hope to see you there. I'm looking forward to viewing some of your glass pieces...I did not know you were into that as well.
    Keep doing beautiful things...Thalia

  • Cassie

    on October 3, 2011

    I have always liked your photographs, they were great to stare at while working. Miah likes looking at the animal one's. She really likes the butterfly one's.

  • Thalia Newton

    on September 18, 2011

    Dear Ed...When Linda Kernick delivered your works on loan to the Courthouse we were thrilled. The large Dandelion is stunning! I found a great place to display it on the second floor. When you take the elevator to the second floor, look immediately to your right..your camellia looks so great there.. Pan to your left and your dandelion is holding court in a wonderful space. Your diving bird can be seen on the third floor adjacent to our military display.We have displayed the others in the jury assembly room on the second floor. This is the most public of the rooms and a great number of citizens will have an opportunity to view your art. Again, thank you for sharing your wonderful talents. Thalia Newton of Okaloosa Public Arts.

  • Henry Jablonski

    on August 17, 2011

    Great seeing you again, great shots of Alice . Looking forward to seeing your pictures from Beal Street and hope to see you again in the future.

  • Brian

    on May 19, 2011

    Love the old family photos.

  • Holly Miller

    on June 10, 2010

    Ed, wow, I love all of the photos and also really enjoyed looking at some of your family photos of D'Lane in the 70s. You've had the eye all along and now you have exciting new technology to match it!

  • Susan

    on May 19, 2010

    Wow! What a delightful display of artistic expression. I especially like the dragonflies and Pablo 2007. I've been staring and staring at Pablo 2007 and wondering if I missed my AHA! moment.

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