caton Dec 02
154106earthtonesimageson Aug 22
Wow, this is a great shot of the falls. Most interesting shots of this are when the weather is interesting but you've done it with no weather. Great!
Kathyon Jul 01
Your photos of Yosemite are amazing...some of the most beautiful I've seen. You have captured God at work. Thank you for sharing these photos.
Groundhogon May 26
Thank you all for your kind comments regarding the Moonbow and Reflection image.
Those of you interested in purchasing a print of this image may contact me via email@example.com
Gueston May 26
"Chasing moonbows goes high tech" is the title of an article in today's Houston Chronicle (5/26/07)featuring your excellent composition. It appears from the comments entered thus far many individuals would like to purchase a copy of the print. Can you accommodate us? I have a perfect place in my home for display. ---Thank-you, Steve D.
Gueston May 24
so where could i purchase your prints? firstname.lastname@example.org
Billon May 22
Thank you for the camera settings, Brent! I can't believe the LATimes doesn't feel that info was important or relevant with the photo they printed in today's article.
Keep up the great work!
Gueston May 22
I would like a copy of of the beautiful picture in May 22 LA Times. Please quote price and how to order. Thanks John Kaufman email@example.com
Les Marsdenon May 22
Wow. Brent, I know your work well. But I've not seen this remarkable shot before and can only thank the LA Times for their referencing it this morning (May 22, 2007)
Just extraordinary; your eye is absolutely unerring.
firstname.lastname@example.org May 22
Saw your moonbow story in today's LATimes. I get moonbows for a few days each month in my bedroom, thru a window over my bed that has a uniquely-shaped prism hanging in the window. When a 1st qtr-waxing gibbous moon is in the NW sky just at the right angle, the moonlight hits the prism, and I get golfball-sized light blue dancing dots all over my room in the dark, like a disco ball. I have several mirrors in the room, which multiply the effect. Noone believes me when I talk about "moonbows", this is the first I have read of them elsewhere! My blue moonbow dots only last about 20 minutes, then the moon moves behind a roof and they're gone until the next month. I have a formula for predicting exactly the date and time of them, clear skies permitting.