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Hi Cathy, the images of Relay for Life are still in the editing process and it will take a few more days to have them online . I will let you know. Thank you.
the images I took at the fundraiser Relay for life are ready to be viewed.
Here is how to do this:
Go to my website http://www.corneliaweberphotography.com
on the welcome page click on the bar : event
this opens up the online service, sign in and create your own pass word.
Hi Cornelia, thanks for visiting my little blog 😀 You photography is wonderful! 🙂 and you live in California… awww, it must be so beautiful near the ocean 🙂 So this is where you get your inspiration from? 🙂 Have a nice weekend 🙂
Thank you Kristina for stopping by at my web site.
Great photos and thank you for following the 4feet2mouths travel & food blog.
Lovely blog, Cornelia! I’ll be back for more. 🙂
Thank you Diana for visiting my blog. Great that you have a Nikon 800 and what are your dream lenses?
Happy New Year to you and your family! I hope that 2014 brings new discoveries and the thrill of travel to you.
Oh thank you so much dear Yulia, the same I wish for you and your loved ones. Have a magic new year 2014
thanks so much for following my blog, I like your work too!
Thank you Anna. You keep up your brilliant work!
Hi Cornelia, I wanted to thank you for the follow! Please be aware that my blog is a bilingual one. So you may get links to some poems in English as well as to some in Italian… Pictures, on the other hand, have no language barriers 😉
Keep up the good work.
Hi Cornelia. Thank you for visiting and following HoB. Much appreciated!
Hi Herman, most welcome. I am such a cat lover since decades!!!
This is Hunny Awatramani for the Ahmedabad’s Heritage photowalk.
It was pleasure meeting you.
I looked up your work and it is so good and inspirational.
Hope you got some amazing clicks while you were in India. Safe trip back home.
Dear Hunny, it was a pleasure for me to meet you. At some point I lost the group of the Heritage walk and continued on my own, well I missed to give you a great hug. I looked at your work and think that you are on a great
You did ?
Thankyou so much. And yes, even I wished to bid you a proper goodbye but I couldn’t wait as I was there with my professor.
Do mail me the next time you be here.
We’ll stay in touch 🙂
Love from India !!!
Hi Hunny, honey! Definitely we will stay in touch. I am still dreaming of India. Hopefully by next week I will have a post up. So far sorting through and editing a few thousand pictures. Be well
Looking forward to seeing your pictures. I would love to read your expereinces while you were in India 🙂
How beautifully said there is only a perfect moment.
I keep saying this to friends and especially Photographers and even to myself that when the moment comes the moment the camera should be in your hands, otherwise you would miss the precious moment.
Nice meeting you Maam!
I have a childhood friend of mine who is mostly with me during his and my leisure hours we keep discussing so many things on Photography and life.
Your meeting shall enhance our discussions now.
Likewise, nice to meet you Sir! I am very honored to hear that my photography work will be part of the discussions with your childhood friend. You know my photography work has ever taught me, to be in the moment, and perfect that moment in awareness what it is offering you. That maybe with my camera or without it, it’s a wonderful teaching for LIFE. Yet there are moments I don’t have my camera with me and I inhale the present of that moment, haha wanted to say the presence , I guess it is both. Best regards Cornelia
Nice to meet you! I am moving to India soon (November). My friend David from David Thompson’s Blog introduced me to your blog. I am so excited to read everything! ❤
Thank you Anisa, for commenting on my post. Enjoy what you see. Where In India are you going to move?
Must be a beautiful city, with so many temples.
I like your blog, your work. And I find your photos from India very different from the many I have already seen. Why? Not easy to explain (english is not my mother language) but I find your photos more human, I can feel a connection between you and your subjects. Great work, I’ll come back for sure !
I am so pleased that you like the work I show on my blogs. No worries English is my second language as well, I am from Germany, migrated to the US about 30 years ago. Is Italy your home country? Thank you for explaining why you love my work on India, indeed you are right, I always felt the connection between my subjects , as I was very grateful for that. Thank you so much for visiting my blog. One question I have for you… how did you find my blog???
Interesting: I have a german nationality and a german passport even if burned and always lived in Italy! My father family had to leave Germany in the ’30s of last century to escape the nazi system which was taking place and they arrived in Italy, where my father met my mother and decided to stay here.
I’m working on a photo project inspired by this which you can find here: https://thequietphotographer.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/my-projects-a-migrant-story/
I read an interesting comments from you in one of the post in Otto Von Münchow blog which I follow since many years. I also met Otto last summer during my road trip to Norway
Thank you Robert for sharing your story of life. We’ll keep connected
I saw your link on a comment you made on https://diaryofanaesthete.com/james-dee-clayton/. [two gifts presented to me this morning] I love your photography and the narrative that you add. I’m so pleased to have connected with you in this way. Thank you very much.
Hi Isabella, is the right name to address you? Thank you so much for stopping by at my site and your lovely comment. It is amazing how we sometimes cross our paths through other’s blogs. May we stay connected.
Lovely to hear from you. Yes, Isabella’s fine, or Izzy. I will keep in touch here.
If I wouldn’t live that far away, I would let you taken my picture! I am very touched by the way you look at people and „things”. Thank you Cornelia!
Susanne, that is the biggest compliment I have received, thank you so much, lieben Dank. du wohnst in Hamburg oder Berlin? Ja das ist ein bisserl weit weg. I am humbled by your words.
⭐ yes, I live up north – but who knows, can be someday I’ll come to California and we make an appointment ⭐
That sounds lovely, Susanne
btw, I love your website and your work.
thank you Cornelia! I’m delighted that you do!
you are so beautiful!
Awe, thank you you are so kind. I think you are beautiful too.