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- closely linked to Astroprints,
this is the hobby website of Philip Perkins with galleries of astronomical
images and a collection of articles to assist the astronomer.
Ltd - the business side of Astrocruise. All about
protocol software for the telecommunications and and data communications
industry (not much to do with photography, but worth giving it a
Website - the official website of the Ramsbury and
Axford community - this is where we are based and many of our landscape
images are taken in this area!
Options Glass and Picture Framing
- this is where we get most of our picture framing done. Excellent
quality and very helpful. Currently they have no website but you
can contact them as follows:
Kennet Enterprise Centre
Hungerford RG17 0EY
Tel: 01488 682732
Light Photography - see the astonishing landscape
photography of Galen and Barbara Rowell. This kind of work is in
a class of its own and clearly involves a tremendous degree of dedication
and passion. Tragically both Galen and Barbara were killed in a
plane crash in 2002, but through their web site their work lives
Luminous Landscape - Michael Reichmann's landscape
photography is of the highest order and tremendously inspiring.
Also he provides a wealth of articles, reviews, and technical information
on all manner of things photographic. This is a "must visit"
to Bruce Marlin - www.cirrusimage.com
- for kind permission to use his butterfly image in the design of
this website. Be sure to view his superb collection of butterflies,
bees, beetles, dragonflies, spiders, and all manner of other beasties!
Link To Us and we'll link to you!
Below you can find a sample AP logo that you
can use to link back to AstroPrints, and help tell other people
on the image, save it to your hard drive, then upload it to your Web
site. Example HTML link code to use with this image:
<a href="http://www.astroprints.com/"><img src="ap.gif"
width="88" height="88" border="0">
If you don't wish to use the image, simply use the URL on its own.