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Old Feb 4, 2008, 7:40 PM   #1
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I realize this is not wildlife but since this forum is like a 2nd home to me and I have lots of friends here I figured I would let everybody know my wife and I are fine. Associated press has picked up the story in fact they are using 3 of my photos so If any of you see the story and relate us to Chama, New Mexico NOT TO WORRY we are just fine.


I did spend the day taking photos for our village to use to help them get some federal & state help. If anybody would like to see them here is a link to them.


I will be back to Wildlife photos in a couple of days.


http://www.wildlifephotogallery.net/...snow/chama.htm



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that's a whole lot of snow. stay safe and warm wacky roger!

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Old Feb 4, 2008, 8:34 PM   #3
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out there in moment doing photography be safe the cars dont make much noise at times . i had one close call this winter . had to jump to get out of the way all most knocked down the news guy doing his report . :lol: oakey
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Thanks hung, Barbara and I are just fine.



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that's a whole lot of snow. stay safe and warm wacky roger!

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out there in moment doing photography be safe the cars dont make much noise at times . i had one close call this winter . had to jump to get out of the way all most knocked down the news guy doing his report . :lol: oakey
YUP!!! cars are very quite whenon snow. Today most of the cars in town were snowed in and folks were having to try and dig them out.


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Brrrrr, now thats some snow Roger. Time to put another log on the fire grab a hot toddy and dig into that photoshop manual.

Stay warm

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Really lots of snow. You made me think of the catatrophic situations in China because of the abnormally heavy snow it has been having lately.

Back to the shots in your link, the snow scene is reallybeautiful to see, but for suredifficult to bear, especially when it begins melting. So, stay warm..... but in photography, stay cool the way you were!
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Brrrrr, now thats some snow Roger. Time to put another log on the fire grab a hot toddy and dig into that photoshop manual.

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I think its more fun to go out and get some photos than to stay in.

Thanks for the make roger smile comment.


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Really lots of snow. You made me think of the catatrophic situations in China because of the abnormally heavy snow it has been having lately.

Back to the shots in your link, the snow scene is reallybeautiful to see, but for suredifficult to bear, especially when it begins melting. So, stay warm..... but in photography, stay cool the way you were!
Thanks wk7leung for the nice comment.



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THANKS

Thanks to everybody for you posts and the good luck wishes.

Some good news, since a official disaster was declared it means there is $750,000.00 available to help clean up the mess and the governor has dispatched the National Guard to help out.


Not to worry Barbara and I are doing just fine in fact we are thinking about making our 3 day Bosque trip starting on Thursday.

I had so many news folks AP, state TV stations, & newspapers making photo request I just made up a web page for them to go and get photos. If you would like to see them here is the link.

http://www.wildlifephotogallery.net/...snow/chama.htm


Thanks again


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