Martin Lijinsky(non-registered)
Beautiful photographs all round! Much appreciated here in the UK!
Rick Mills(non-registered)
Bruce- Glad you like the shots! The Rusty D8 was taken at an abandoned cement factory across from Jamesville quarry about 4-5 years ago, it has since been removed. The excavator is on display at the Quarry. If you do a search on the abandoned cement factory in Jamesville, you'll find some interesting history. Rick
Bruce Shoener(non-registered)
I have one of the Cat D8 photos framed and hanging in my office along with the photo of the blue, cable operated excavator. I received them as gifts and love them both! I'm wondering if you could share where the pics were taken. I assume someplace local?
RMills Photography
Thank you Kevin! I really appreciate your kind words and support. Heavy equipment and Cats will always be a favorite subject and I'll keep them coming, I'll sneak into Milton some weekend! Always great to see you and your wonderful family, stay well my friend!
kevin skinner(non-registered)
Great pics! I love all of the caterpillar pics I buy! Please keep taking pictures of Cats for me! You need to go to Milton Cat and take Pictures! I would love them. Keep up the great work!!
Jamie Chany(non-registered)
awesome work Jeff!
Bill Wallace(non-registered)
Terrific work Rick. You shoot a lot of the same things I do, I love waterfalls and lean towards longer exposures. You have a lighthouse that is very similar to one we have in Duluth Mn at the entrance to the harbor. For a while there I thought you were in my neck of the woods. Enjoyed my visit through your work.....
robert bob lalas
Wow im so impress about your work its amazing.
Carroll Stewart(non-registered)
Rick, your images are amazing! Your Photography Experience really shows, in technique, composition, and post processing. I really like the vivid colors you use, and your masterful use of HDR. Your "style" really stands out, and makes a statement at the same time. It is obvious you really enjoy what you are doing, and *that* makes it extra-enjoyable in viewing these images.
RMills Photography
Thanks Ted! Jeff- How have you been and thanks for the link! I've been looking for a more general forum!
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