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Art, I am reading The Road Has Eyes, and really enjoying it. I am certain that I was at the petroglyph site near Moab as a child. Unfortunately, my father doesn't remember where it was. I have been fortunate to go to many little known sites as a child and as an adult, but can't locate this. Can you help?

- Nancy Burd 6/11/2015 7:29:33 AM

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Question   photography
Art.. I've been toying with the idea of taking up photography as a hobby... your portfolio is INSPIRING! such beauty captured by your lenses. My question is ... where do I start! I'm in Marin and am looking for a beginners class... any direction you can recommend will be appreciated!



- Chris Janiuk 6/16/2012 10:21:34 AM

  Answer Chris, thanks, and apologies. I haven't been getting comments in proper order and date, something's been
malfunctiong. Please write to me at and I'll
answer your question. I used to teach in Marin but now live in Sonoma, where I'm organizing class sessions for the spring.
I also do private lessons. I'm in Terra Linda twice weekly.

- Arthur R.  8/31/2012 11:01:12 PM

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Question   Hi Art!
We haven't heard from you guys in awhile; We hope all is well with you guys!

Tell me more about your new book.

Tsolo T. Tsolo
Janet M. Dann

- Tsolo Tsolo 11/6/2008 9:51:24 AM

  Answer hai guys

- kutala kayla  2/10/2010 12:19:26 AM

  Answer is that Tsolo and Janet for reals??? long time no seeee probbly since Cody and I attempted to ride an oversized tandem bike to your 50th on Orcas!! wanna reconnect?

- steve emmer  5/31/2010 5:15:53 PM

  Answer cool site

- Rob Miller  3/6/2011 10:27:14 PM

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Hi Art: I am Demaris Walton. We met at the KOA near the store after you came back from you bike ride. I told you about my nephews, they rode from Prudoe,Alaska to Argentina. Their web site is I am spellbound by your incredibly BEAUTIFUL photos. Thanks for sharing.Hope to see you again at the KOA. My husband and I will be there frequently -- our family lives in Santa Rosa. With all the best, Demaris Walton

- Demaris Walton 10/3/2008 9:59:42 AM

  Answer Thanks, Demaris. I went to after
talking to you, and the site vibrates
with youth, adventure and kindness.
Ah to be young again! Your nephew
and friends are doing a good work
and also getting to make life-changing voyages. Too cool!
See you at KOA. We'll be in the back
right corner in the brown Mountain Aire, from Dec 7 moving into site 17.
Now we're in 15. I'm trying to market
my book, "Miracle Highway, Journeys
in a Changing America" so every day
it's sitting down and writing proposals
and synopses, tables of contents, etc. I will succeed!


- Arthur R.  10/3/2008 10:15:12 AM

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Question   The photo: "Valley Sleeps Under Gemini"
I said some lines of poetry to talk about my feelings in my previous comment, I just wanna say sth more, IT REALLY CONVEYS THE FEELING OF COMPOSURE! so calm, so heavenly!

- Elnaz hn 1/2/2007 4:33:52 AM

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Question   The photo: "Valley Sleeps Under Gemi"ni
Valley full of moonlight
The mountain’s so bright
God is seen on the earth
Feel fully His grace

People like you Arthur,
Have all great parts
In delighting our hearts
You know how great a part?
As great as your art!


- Elnaz hn 1/2/2007 4:22:19 AM

  Answer elnaz, I check in here very seldom.
I so appreciate your feedback,
your enthusiasm for my
work. I'm sorry that it's taken
me more than a month to respond
to your lovely homage.

Thank you


- Arthur R.  2/22/2007 2:17:19 PM

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Question   "Why am I not famious yet?"
Your "Why am I not famious yet?" exerpts are hallarious!!!


- Telah Grove 10/6/2006 4:06:12 PM

  Answer Telah, I love it when people appreciate
my literary work. email me if you would
like to read more of my writing.


- Arthur R.  10/6/2006 4:59:24 PM

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Question   Great Photos Art!
I was a freelance photographer way back I just enjoy the nature while camping under the stars...


- Bob  Centracchio 1/15/2006 10:17:46 AM

  Answer None

- Rob Miller  3/4/2011 3:40:51 AM

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Question   Unanswered Prayers
You must have written that poem after reading my mind - thanks.

- Franis Engel 10/31/2005 2:33:54 PM

  Answer Thanks Franis. I don't know whose minds
I read, other than perceiving what
comes to me. I enjoy getting comments
on the writing part of my website.


- Arthur R.  11/13/2005 8:55:53 AM

  Answer That's the best asnewr of all time! JMHO

- Isabelle Isabelle  9/10/2011 9:34:42 PM

  Answer Thank you for giving seuprb data. Your websiteis and so cool. I am astounded from the important things that you’ve relating to this blog. This reveals just how nicely people perceive this kind of subject. Bookmarked this website, will arrive backfor added articles. You, my companion, ROCK! I found simply the info I already searched in every places and simply couldn? t discover. A really ideal website. I desire this web web site together with your website will definitely be one among my new favorite ones. I similar to this fabulous site given possesses given me some sort of dedication to get success for a number of purpose, thus thanks.

- Aditya Aditya  10/18/2012 4:38:39 PM

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Question   Hey Art!
Art thanks for visiting my site, youve got great photos here, I particular like the holy cow and the solar disc photo, just a question, how do you do those astrophotography shots?

The sky seems so clear and those stars seems so close!

- Julian Li 10/11/2005 8:43:53 AM

  Answer Julian, the technique of astrophotography
involves 200 pounds of gear and fifteen
years worth of experience and training.
The gear is a motorized mount that
follows the earth's rotation and must
be calibrated precisely. So it's a brute,
and takes a huge amount of hit and miss
work before it turns out okay. Exposures
of ten plus minutes are no picnic.
Again, I love your work!
Circular star trails are easier. Point
your camera at the North Star and expose
for one to three hours at about f/8.
(sound of laughter in background).


- Arthur R.  10/11/2005 9:36:29 AM

  Answer Art

Oh my...Id love to see you in work!

Btw, Ive just noticed on my office computer and earlier on my home PC that your website is too wide (ie its more that 1024 pixels wide), thus I have to keep scrolling from left to right, as well as up and down.

Although it didnt put me off it might put off future browers from your site.

I believe most monitor are optimised for 1024 pixels across. I think you must have a 1200 rez screen.

- Julian L.  10/11/2005 8:07:20 PM

  Answer Julian, all the photos are loaded at
about 700X460 pixels by the host.
They will look different on different
screens; works fine on my 17, 19 and 21
monitors. But I'll look into it. I
hate small pics that you can't see.
A little scrolling may be the price
I pay to be able to load large images.
I'm really not sure how it's handled
by, who runs this


- Arthur R.  10/11/2005 11:14:22 PM

  Answer My monitor is at 1024x768, which is standard.

The problem isn't the images, it's that your pages are for a higher resolution so I have to scroll left and right (annoying). Instead of setting the page width or table width to 100%, try specifying a number of pixels (like 1000).

- Roger S.  1/5/2006 2:58:16 PM

  Answer Not that I know anything about it, but when does the seonsr outresolve the lenses? I'd like to see a huge seonsr with bigger pixels to avoid this possibility and with lower noise, such as those found in medium format digital. What would you use a APS 120Mpixel seonsr for? I imagine only the sharpest lenses could make use of this seonsr and its very tiny pixels and only at optimum aperture. Fun stuff to think about anyway.

- Umut Umut  8/6/2012 1:46:33 AM

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