Dianne Shellhammer(non-registered)
Beautiful Vermont pictures. I love the detail!
Elizabeth Peden(non-registered)
Wow! is all I can say regarding your photography!
We knew each other as girls but I sure would love to hear the story about how you got here!
Aunt JoJo(non-registered)
Your Uncle forced me to do this so here are my entries;-))

1, 3, 7, 8, 12, 17, 18, 20, 22 & 25

I can't help but share the anticipation on the faces of the children photo's I selected.
Uncle John Wight(non-registered)
Julia - great selection and thank you for the honor you provided me to suggest a selection for your memories. here are my entries: 1, 4, 6, 12, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22 & 25.

Thanks for the memories you gave me that day last year and for introducing me to the Barber Museum - that was great and I got some good snaps form that as well!
Tushar Jindal(non-registered)
Hey Julia, well need less to say you have amazing skills to capture things. I too like photography but the way you do it, that's amazing. Keep the good work going on. May god bless. And waiting for our picture on your web page.
Regards
Tushar
J Boyd-Wight(non-registered)
Dearest Julia,

We've followed you and your work for some time and we can see it all coming together in the latest projection of your labors! Your work has advanced rapidly and we receive great pleasure each time you unveil yet another plateau towards your goal. The latest work from New York captures and wonderfully combines many of those seminal elements that define those goals. We are so proud of your hard work and progress, and are thankful you have included us in your sharing. As for your reference to home cooking not being part of your "art form category", that's probably best left to Kevin. In that department - he is the master!

With much love and affection always: Aunt Jo Ann,  Sister Mari-Rose, Brother Beauregard and Uncle John.
Renee Brown(non-registered)
Julia! What a joy! I kept saying--Oh, this is my favorite--no, THIS is my favorite--no THIS one...
So many stories and snippets of beauty contained in each image. The sweet surprise of the the seagull and then Lady Liberty both obscured momentarily by the bold "2." So many lessons and points to ponder, as well as pure and simple beauty. Too cool! Thanks for sharing!
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