ECE Graduate Student at UC Davis just trying to savor each moment. I’m the youngest daughter of two (and love my big sis to death), and I am constantly up to no good. πŸ˜‰ I have the privilege of getting to spend my summers in Oregon exploring and engineering. Work hard, play hard, but most importantly… Enjoy life

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  1. I look forward to returning to your blog and learn ignore about you and your work.
    Meantime just to say thank you very much for kindly visiting and following my own. Much appreciated


  2. Thank you for the like on one of my posts. I really like your photography and what you focus on.
    I will be following your blog…and enjoying more of your work!


  3. That works! Apparently I am suppose to invite 5 people (one each day). I’m starting today so I will invite you on Monday….my 5th and final day of the challenge!
    Thanks for agreeing to join!


  4. Hey Taylor….I can’t seem to find the link that you sent me for the inspiring blogger thing….can you resend, I’m hoping to post that today. I finally got a minute!!


  5. OK…..I went to your page and didn’t see it anymore 😦
    or the message you sent me….I think I waited too long
    If you can link me back to your page where you posted your nomination i can take it from there


  6. Hiya, Taylor: thanks for the, like, on my Peace and Quiet in the Forest. Keep shooting pictures.


  7. Hey Taylor – Thanks for checking out one of my posts. Love your shots of the moon. As my partner’s interests have been rubbing off on me, I’m becoming a sucker for astrophotography πŸ™‚ Looking forward to checking out more of your photos…

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  8. A quick scan of your photos and my applied wisdom was all it took to know that you have the eye, you know how to use your machine, and you have a sense of creativity…three integral ingredients for success! PLUS…I really like the title of your blog. Reminds me of the old days in the darkroom, the smell of the chemicals, the timer, the amber light, the trays…

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  9. Nice blog wonderful photos with great information. Thank you for stopping by and liking my post. I appreciate your support. I will pop back to learn more. Kindest Regards Cheryle

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  10. Thanks for stopping by at my blog and giving me a like on β€˜New picture added to Transmittance’. Have a nice weekend!

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  11. Hi there! Thanks so much for liking a recent blog post of mine. Will be browsing your photos soon! Have a great week. πŸ™‚

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  12. Hello Taylor,

    Thank you not just for stopping by and liking my post but also Thank you for giving me an opportunity to explore your photography and all the wonderful people who are following you. I liked your experimentation and consistency with which you post on your blog.

    I have my own website http://www.tarunsehgal.com, that I started working on early this year. At the moment my focus is kind of distributed. I would like to be a part of wordpress reader and blogger community, hence I have decided to press my posts on tarunsehgal.wordpress.com along with my self hosted website (not sure if this is the most efficient way of doing it. Any suggestions are welcome).

    I am also learning photography and own an old Canon RebelXT (that I received for free, neither a gift nor a steal but has an interesting story behind that I would share at a later day) an 18-55mm, 55-250mm, the famous 50mm 1.8. I am very interested in learning more about people who are doing things right. In my attempt to deconstruct and learn from your tricks, hacks & methods, please allow me to ask you to share the tools and equipment that you use on a daily basis. Also, please share any other advise that one can use to be more regular and consistent to learn or enhance their skill of photography.
    Looking forward to read your response.

    Tarun Sehgal

    (Please feel free to reply here or in a seperate post.)

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  13. Tarun,
    Thanks for stopping by… I have a Canon T2i and a Canon T3 and a large array of lenses. For the most part I stick with my T2i and my 28-300mm lens while walking around. I myself am kind of a beginner and just trying to figure stuff out. I learned a lot through trial and error while shooting. I went to the public library and got some books about photography to get started and I found that the site http://www.digitalcameraworld.com has a lot of helpful posts to expand your shooting knowledge. I try to read at least one article a day to keep up my learning curve and I carry my camera and a few extra lenses everywhere I go. Just keep snapping away! πŸ™‚

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  14. Hello friend
    Thank you for stopping by my site tonight. Your site is awesome. I look forward to opportunities to improve my skills. I would dare say perfect skills, top of my Bucket List. I’ll be back to look around.

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