I've always enjoyed photography, but flickr brought me into the digital age, introduced me to a lot of talented friends, and made photography fun again. It's also brought me great exposure. As a result of flickr posts, my photos have been used for a variety of purposes – from science textbook and music CD covers, to art show exhibits in Las Vegas, Dubois and New York. Viewers published my photos in a variety of magazines including the “First Frame” feature in Nikon World, and a four page spread in India’s largest photography magazine, "Better Photography." It was a hoot to have Yahoo fly me to New York to film a video blog about my water drop photos. And I was insufferable when Nikon Inc. used my work in several publications and advertisements such as the Nikon School Guide to Digital SLR Photography, and as the full-page back cover to their Digital SLR Comparison Guide. Getting my hobby to pay for itself wasn't a bad bonus either. All from posting to flickr. Heck, I even discovered I'd won a contest I never entered. Ah well.

 

So huge thanks to all my contacts for the daily enjoyment, amazement, and inspiration. I'm constantly learning and your comments and humor are highlights go my day. So thanks flickr!

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Never wasting an opportunity is what makes you such a great photographer. Seeing that something extra in the mundane every day events and objects in your world and then bringing what you see to life through your pictures... you are truely a joy and an inspiration to have as a contact (friend).

December 25, 2009
Dr Tao says:

His Great Aunt Gertrude turned 100. Her favorite restaurant - Red Lobster. Nice, eh? Well, "Steve took it " is amazing not less than his Great Aunt. May be, that's why he can hear the quiet looking at fog. At reflections. At lake. And may be, that's why clouds break & flowers glow - at just right time.Especi… Read more

His Great Aunt Gertrude turned 100. Her favorite restaurant - Red Lobster. Nice, eh? Well, "Steve took it " is amazing not less than his Great Aunt. May be, that's why he can hear the quiet looking at fog. At reflections. At lake. And may be, that's why clouds break & flowers glow - at just right time.Especially for him! Why? Because.... he knows how to look at Beauty. At more worlds in worlds. How to look: at cloudy water. At silhouettes. At first snow. At night palms. At autumn sunbeams. At silent stream. BTW, Steve particularly fascinated with "raws of drops". He is documenting a Mystical Whisper of Universe: Drops of last summer garden. Drops in drops. Sparkling drops of Spring. Drops of Art. Drops of Garden. Drops of roses. Drops of hearts. Drops of flowers. Drops of rainbow. .. Well, he discovered how to transform waterdrops into a magic realm of Art. Steve is the only one, who could create still life art within drop motif. He experiments with fragile Universe inside fragile Worlds. Yes, waterdrops are such simple objects. Actually only dharmas are more elementary. Oh, waterdrops - his true "Dhammapada". His "the path of dharma". Not in vain his fascination with watedrops has a very strong Zen-flavour. At this point "Steve took it" is the "awakened one". He is "awakened" from the fleetingness of everyday life into the permanence of the divine. On one hand, he explores the minute details of nature, the everyday objects that go unnoticed. However on an other one, it"s not hard to see - "Steve took it" discovers the Worlds of complexity hidden in this simplest tiny drops of water. He has the most deep sense of Mystery of this unknown fragile Universe. Surely, Steve is a High Class Photographer. Extremely refined Artist with absolutely creative vision & with unique sensitivity. Marvelous individual. A true sage. Philosopher. One of Flickr"s true treasures.... Scuzate me, while I kiss this guy ( kidding).

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August 31, 2007
Kim says:

Steve's artistry and vision inspire me - he sees an exquisite world I never notice and brings it to my attention - what a gift. I look forward to checking out his latest work on my Google Reader page nearly every day and it always feeds my hunger for beauty.

August 12, 2007
FlowrBx says:

I joined Flickr two years ago and one of my first discoveries was the Steve factor. Steve is an artist, a naturalist, a story teller and a comedian. More importantly, he is genuine. He's one of those people you just know you would like to meet someday. I think I was one of the first members of his fan club back t… Read more

I joined Flickr two years ago and one of my first discoveries was the Steve factor. Steve is an artist, a naturalist, a story teller and a comedian. More importantly, he is genuine. He's one of those people you just know you would like to meet someday. I think I was one of the first members of his fan club back then when we were both newbies, and 94 faves later, I still love this dear friend and his photography. Seriously, how could you resist a guy with a silly grin, sitting in a canoe with a suit on while he tells you about his cat with supernatural powers?!? Just when I think his world's gotten too big to remember an old friend, he proves me wrong. So here's to you, Steve, and to the next 94 faves!

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July 27, 2007

Steve's been with me for aaaaages, I am in awe of his wildlife photos, how he highlights personality in the image, his moose... just wonderful. It is easy to take steve for granted, his work is consistantly top, you expect to wow, and even so he can still get you with magical moments of light setting or rising, reflect… Read more

Steve's been with me for aaaaages, I am in awe of his wildlife photos, how he highlights personality in the image, his moose... just wonderful. It is easy to take steve for granted, his work is consistantly top, you expect to wow, and even so he can still get you with magical moments of light setting or rising, reflections on water, colours in leaves, flowers in raindrops.Today it was a comparitively simple image of freezing frost and trees all white and ghosty that made me gasp. For a valuable moment I was a mad, heart-broken woman wandering the cold woods looking for something I need very badly but never ever find. thank you for being such a great, supportive friend, and for all your photgraphs. xoxox

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February 24, 2007

Steve is a brilliant photographer - and one quick look through his photostream will confirm that fact. He produces world class images day after day....week after week. But what you might not know is that this talented man is also a generous member of the Flickr community who takes the time - and makes the effort - … Read more

Steve is a brilliant photographer - and one quick look through his photostream will confirm that fact. He produces world class images day after day....week after week. But what you might not know is that this talented man is also a generous member of the Flickr community who takes the time - and makes the effort - to praise other's images here on a regular basis. Flickr is a better place because Steve is a leader within the community, and I'm proud to call him a friend....

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December 31, 2006

Steve Is one of my earlier contact on flickr. I have visited his site here & goes through his images. I would like to testified that he is not a photographer!! Steve is a Digital Imaging Artist, each of his master pieces are very well directed, compose, contrast, color, Positioning, planning..... To sum up… Read more

Steve Is one of my earlier contact on flickr. I have visited his site here & goes through his images. I would like to testified that he is not a photographer!! Steve is a Digital Imaging Artist, each of his master pieces are very well directed, compose, contrast, color, Positioning, planning..... To sum up the total quality control & production. I salute you for your efforts & contribution in sharing your treasure with us on the net. You are a great artist.... Please network with him more often!!

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September 2, 2006

I just spent the morning looking through Steve's images, and the total effect was staggering. He has a wonderful eye for light and composition, as well as the technical skill to capture what he sees. His work inspires me to pay attention, be patient, and master the tools.

January 18, 2006

Steve Wall is one of my absolute favorite flickr photographers. His photos have a glow and snap that make them seem to jump right off the screen and his wit and inner vision make each one a delight. I look forward to seeing his latest work on my contacts page every day.

December 16, 2005