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Thanks amarillocruisecat. I hope you enjoy the site. As I said before, most of the reviews have links at the end to the albums. The land tours of Greece and Italy at the bottom of the home page were some of our earlier reviews. Those pictures are scanned, as they were before Mike got his first digital camera in 2001. He got it right before we went on the Baltic cruise.

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[quote name='amarillocruisecat']Mike & Carol,

Just took a quick look at your web site. Fantatastic stuff. I've bookmarked it so I can go back and read all your entries.

Thanks for all the great info and photos.[/QUOTE]


[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="3"][COLOR="Navy"]ITA, all the photos are so beautiful I can't pick a favorite. Love the sunflowers and the Farm house in Tuscany. How can I choose a favorite when they are all amazing!! Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing with us.:D :D :D [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
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[quote name='Cruiser Forever'][FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3][COLOR=Navy]ITA, all the photos are so beautiful I can't pick a favorite. Love the sunflowers and the Farm house in Tuscany. How can I choose a favorite when they are all amazing!! Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing with us.:D :D :D [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/quote]

The sunflowers were so amazing! It was one of those little things that happen that you remember for the rest of your life --- a very special moment in time. If we had not been on a private tour, we would not have been able to stop to take pictures. Mike also took one of me standing in the field surrounded by the sunflowers. Now, everytime we see a sunflower, we just look at each other and smile.
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[quote name='CAPinBoynton']Hallways in the Vatican Museum, Rome:

[IMG]http://www.thepreismans.com/300%20Vat%20muse.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.thepreismans.com/300%20VM%20ceiling.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]

[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="3"][COLOR="DarkGreen"][B]Thanks Carol, for posting all of your beautiful photographs. It is a pleasure to view them all. Kudos!![/B][/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
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This is my favorite pic because it was the LAST photo in the underwater disposable. Pure luck on the perfect framing of the subject as I stuck the camera out in front of us... :D Taken in G-town, Grand Cayman.

[IMG]http://www.fishingwithdavec.com/cruise/images/5-17-2006-19.jpg[/IMG]
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drospot: How were you able to snorkel with your mustache/goutee? My husband tried nose plugs along with the goggles, but couldn't get the nose plugs to stay on. We are going again in Dec. and he wants to try again.
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[quote name='Captain of the Seven Seas'][FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3][COLOR=indigo]Carol, Your photos are amazing!! What great memories they must bring back. Have you ever thought of selling them or display them in a gallery?:) [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/quote]

Wow! What a compliment! Thanks. No, we take them strictly for pleasure. If you like them that much, you would probably enjoy our website. Our most recent review has 275 pictures in it, and at a higher resolution than these.

Mike takes most of the really great ones. He decided to make it his hobby, so he has the lens, etc. I love to take pictures, but I'm not as serious about it as he is. :D

From Freedom of the Seas Ice Show:
[IMG]http://www.thepreismans.com/FOS%20ice%20(1).JPG[/IMG] [IMG]http://www.thepreismans.com/FOS%20ice%20(13).JPG[/IMG]
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We had this one lab-printed and mounted at 16" x 40". It drops the room temperature by 5°! :D

[IMG]http://i.pbase.com/g5/35/50535/2/67758573.he68SDLU.jpg[/IMG]

We looked at the other end of the glacier...and it broke!
[IMG]http://mishilo.image.pbase.com/g3/35/50535/2/66829341.Ob6t1GGZ.jpg[/IMG]

If you wish, the rest of our Alaska story in pictures is here: [URL="http://www.pbase.com/pierce324/alaska2006"]http://www.pbase.com/pierce324/alaska2006[/URL]
Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

Dave
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In Dunedin, New Zealand we saw an albatross on her nest. They are huge birds with a wing span of ten feet.

[IMG]http://www.thepreismans.com/NZIMG_0534.JPG[/IMG]

Next we saw the rarest breed of all penguins, the Yellow Eyed Penguin.

[IMG]http://www.thepreismans.com/NZIMG_0593.JPG[/IMG] [IMG]http://www.thepreismans.com/NZIMG_0603.JPG[/IMG]
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