Thank you very much Paul for your visit and comments. You have a great gallery.
Johann Breiner said:
January 18th, 2013 (1:32am) PST
Sorry that I have written in German, I can not comples write in English. Many greetings: Johann.
Johann Breiner said:
January 18th, 2013 (1:27am) PST
Hallo Paul, ich wünsche ihnen einen guten Tag und ein schönes Wochenende. Sie haben eine fantastische Galerie mit wunderschönen kreativen Aufnahmen was für mich zum besten gehört was ich gesehen habe. Bei meinem Schuss hatte ich Glück da ich die Blüte scharf gestellt hatte und der Käfer gerade landete und gleich wieder abhob. Ich hatte den richtigen Augenblick erwischt den toten Punkt in seiner Bewegung. 1/250 ist korrekt.Liebe Grüße: Johann.
Richard Bland said:
November 28th, 2012 (2:24am) PST
A very good morning and thank you Paul for your compliments for "Flood"
Kind Regards Richard :-)
leigh bierd said:
December 5th, 2011 (6:17pm) PST
thanks paul nice comments and is that a coors in your hand
Jacqueline Deely said:
October 13th, 2011 (11:33am) PDT
Hi Paul, thanks for leaving such a nice comment on my "Wee Wader" image. Welcome!!!
Paul Porter said:
August 11th, 2011 (11:39am) PDT
Thanks for the invite Jean. Looking forward to playing here. Will be uploading sometime this weekend. I'm playing in Bolinas and Point Reyes for a couple days with my friend Ross.
Jean Day said:
August 10th, 2011 (3:58pm) PDT
Hi Paul! Glad to have you here...let's have fun!
Ellie Stone said:
August 10th, 2011 (8:38am) PDT
Yah Paul... glad you are testing =D Looking forward to your posts! Happy Snapping!
Tonya Hastings said:
August 10th, 2011 (7:38am) PDT
Hi Paul, Welcome to 72dpi. Nice Bio...I am looking forward to seeing your great photos and getting to know you through them.
Paul is a Northern California photographer that loves wandering in the outdoors. While he especially likes doing it with friends and family, he sometimes prefers solitude and the quiet of mind that comes with it. One of his favorite quotes, although he knows not from whom or where - "All those who wander are not lost". Although getting lost can be fun too.
Other than photography and wandering through the endless epic beauty of the outdoors, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing with friends, cycling, reading American revolutionary history or epic sci-fi space operas and staying fit. As for staying fit, that comes in fits and spurts but always defaults back to being fitter. He loves to laugh and and is enriched by being part of a community and collaborating with others, both personally and professionally. As it is with most people, he's constantly working on the balancing everything else in my life with photography.
His day job, the one that pays the bills? Well, for now, he's unemployed. Know anyone looking for a seasoned IT service management professional?
He shoots with a Nikon D7000 and a few different FX and DX lenses. He's come along way since he started taking this art seriously (and playfully) and has a long way to go, but he remain open to the endless possibilities. He's continually learning and drawing on the endless source of inspiration from this lovely group of people who share a common yearning and lust for their art, so he's always grateful for feedback and suggestions.
Happy to be on the path with you.
Other bio stuff...
Married to Marina for 30 years and father to Nick, his handsome boomerang boy of 22.
Raised in northern Connecticut and the Hudson River valley north of Poughkeepsie. Been out west since 1977, first in central Arizona and then the Bay Area in 1989.
See you out there!
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