BNiquette

Wilsonville, OR

BNiquette 3 years, 4 months ago on Corporate Ladders

What a striking photo! And your comment made me laugh.

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BNiquette 3 years, 4 months ago on On bikes, boys and cameras

I am amazed at what you know, and the artistry of what you do. How creative you are! This article is so well written--I can see it happening in my mind's eye. I felt the same sense of slow motion unreality as I slipped on ice and my first camera flew into the air to land on a cement porch. It didn't survive. I don't often take the camera from around my neck, and I almost never walk with the camera on.

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BNiquette 3 years, 4 months ago on Lightning sparks mulitple fires in region

I love the ethereal, mysterious look of the photo. The article was well-written and informative.

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BNiquette 3 years, 6 months ago on Spring creek

What wonderful photos! I would have liked to have seen this aquarium you've described. It sounds fun. I was amazed by the detail of the first photo--the fish scales glisten so beautifully. Both photos filled my eyes to the brim.

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BNiquette 3 years, 6 months ago on Spring's arrival begins to show

What a beautiful little bird! I like the name pine siskin. I was glad when spring showed her hand so early. But then winter returned. Now she's back again! Phew.

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BNiquette 3 years, 6 months ago on Spring parking attendant

What a funny little fellow! You're right, he does look like he's wearing knee pads! lol

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BNiquette 3 years, 6 months ago on "Don't shoot, don't shoot!"

I love this story, and I love the pictures! lol I have seen you in action--I have always been amazed the way you slip into a crowd taking pictures, capturing faces and action almost without being seen. You actually become a part of everything you are capturing on film. Your photography is just incredible. You are incredibly gifted.

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BNiquette 3 years, 6 months ago on Black and white and red all over

I learn so much when I read your fascinating blog. I remember my first photography class. My first pictures were not very good--and, of course, they were in black and white. I do love the digital age. It isn't near as expensive, and you can take a lot of photos to come up with a good one. (grin)

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