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Michael Mcgaha


Free Member, Dalton
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About me

. ..I like to capture images that most people overlook. ...and I just think photography is fun....and memorable. I live on a large country farm. and just a few minutes to the East is the Appalachian mountains and the starting point for the trail of tears walkway and Cherokee forests, I work a full time and take lots of pictures. Since I am surrounded by civil war sites it makes a perfect place for photographers, there is a lake and lots of acreage and wildlife and rescued animals, all around me, which gives me many photo opps!...

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  • Jacqueline Chay 05/25/2008 6:10

    Hi Michael - Thank you very much, glad you like my pics Regards J
  • Terry Sullivan 03/16/2008 13:35

    Hi Michael,
    Thank you for your comment on The Firing Line.
    I have visited a few of the civil war sites in the U.S.A.
    Atlanta, Vicksburg, Fort Sumpter.
    Great to hear from you.
    Regards, Terry Sullivan.
  • Christap 02/28/2008 22:28

    Hi Michael,
    thank you for your comment.
    Kind regards, Christa
    A tender touch
    A tender touch
    Christap
  • Phil Baker 12/23/2007 10:47

    Hi thank you for your nice comments
    Phil Baker
  • Vesela Maleeva 03/31/2007 14:53

    Thank you for your kind words on:
    apple blossom
    apple blossom
    Vesela Maleeva


    Greetings, Ves
  • Andrew Adams 03/02/2007 2:52

    Thanks a lot for your great comments! They are greatly appreciated : )
    Cheers
    -Andrew
  • Robyn Raggio 03/01/2007 17:26

    Hi Michael,

    I have a series Portals to the Other Side, of which Slytherin is an image. The series is comprised of the doors of tombs and how society has vandalized, revered or interacted with them in general. Nearly every tomb had locks and chains, but nothing as sizeable as this one. I find it curious what it is they are wanting to either keep out or keep in with such physical strength and tenacity. Indeed, love is an integral component in this goal to protect and the strength of that love is much stronger than this lock and chain.

    Thanks for looking and taking the time to comment. I enjoy hearing from you.

    Kind regards,
    Robyn


  • Robyn Raggio 02/23/2007 3:42

    Hi Michael,
    Thanks for the comments on tattered spring. Rot and delapidation is one of my favorite topics. It is always so diverse, unpredictable and incredibly poetic. Hearts broke, love swelled, babies cried and whiskey got drunk in that structure. Fascinates me.
    RR
  • Gorilla Flip 02/09/2007 2:22

    hi michael, thanks for your comment...

    cheers from switzerland
  • Andy Pomplun 12/06/2006 12:31

    Welcome to fotocommunity.com!

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    Best regards
    Andy

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