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I've heard you speak a couple of times at PSA and DVCCC sponsored events. I love your work. Thanks for sharing.
Love you work. Beautiful images!
The frog in the duckweed and the milkweed photos are fantastic. -ML
Absolutely beautiful photography.
Lovely images as always, Mike! Loved your boot camp course!
Really enjoying these luscious works. Thank you.
I enjoyed your work! Thanks!
Amazing work!! I too was inspired when I listened to your interview on Nik radio. I follow you on facebook also. Thank you for sharing your work and experience.
Impressive!!! I like your composition.
I enjoyed reviewing your photos. Nice work. Thanks for sharing.
Great stuff I was inspired when I heard your nterview on Nik radio Thanks Karl
These photos are simply gorgeous! Thanks.
Great shots. This is the type of photography I would love to learn!
loved them all Mike !
Absolutely stunning and truly magnificent Mr. Moats! Love that all your captures were with natural lighting as I'm a firm believer in always using it.
Enjoyed your boot camp. Thanks for suggesting this site.
Thanks Mike, this is a great tool for all your recent boot camp students to review pointers. I've even posted mine and fooled a few friends into thinking I have a show!
extrodinary photography, can't beat the design that nature gives us.
Mike, I enjoyed your work very much. Look forward to more.
Inspiring work, so respectful of the beauty and harmony of nature. Seeing the moods you can create draws us in.
Really terrific stuff Mike. I'm just getting equipped for macro. I think it will soon be my passion. I'll be following your work. Tony
Very nice collection of photos! Congrats!
Your Gerber daisy image is sublime love looking at it soft warm comforting gentle kind
My favorites are: Floating Cottonwoods, Milkweed, Trillium and Sycamore Leaf on Ice.These are stunning pictures.
Breathtaking,each and every photo. Inspirational,designers take note!
Spectacular macro work, Mike. YOu shoot a 180 on these, I see. I have to amp up my guns.
Thanks Rich, All images you see here are with natural lighting.
Mike, Your photos are very impressive. I am wondering if you use macro lighting systems or just use natural light. Viewing your work makes me want to shoot more too.
Owen, it take patience and a long 180mm macro lens that will reach out a little farther. Thanks
How the heck do you get close enough to a frog to get a shot? They see me coming before I can see them. Owen
Very nice macro pix- llike the colors and textures and composition.
Some exceptional macros in this exhibit--- very impressive!
Outstanding shot, love your work, you are an inspiration
Mike, Every time I see your work it inspires me. Nice work. They are all truly beautiful! Thanks for sharing them.
Very nice Macro work! Inspiring.
Loved "Feather on Beach" and "Poppies" very much. The bee looks demonic--nice! (Bees are hard to catch). Very nice exhibit.
Stunning work indeed. Thanks for sharing these amazing images.
Hi Mike, So glad you put my favorite shot in this gallery. It is of course, the dew on the dragonfly and 'gone by' flower. Gerry K
Beautiful images. I just bought my first "real" macro lens, mainly for portraits, but you have inspired me to use it as it was intended. Thanks for the inspiration Susannah Sofaer Kramer
Very nice collection Mike! Cynthia L Sperko
Mike, I love your exhibit. After viewing yours, I signed up and will be posting soon. Thank you for being a great inspiration. Karen Sorby-Wirth
Mike, I am joying your new exhibit space by Tamron. Thanks for sharing this with your friends. I will be posting in my own exhibit space soon. Sincerely, Janet Hug
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