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Mike,
Merry Christmas and heartfelt thanks for all the great stocking stuffers (wonderful TOP posts) all year!

Back atcha Mike. Thanks for the offer of snow, but we've gotten 15" of the stuff dropped here on the Swamp since last Friday. Only the Jeep got in and out of the sub for a couple of days.

On the bright side the grandkids will be here tomorrow a.m. for opening packages and the D300 is fully charged.

Thanks for the effort you put into the site, Mike - it's a "must read" for me each day and (while much of the tech talk is over my head) I generally leave knowing a little more than when I came in.

Take care.

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In short:

Merry Christmas and Boxing Day!

Happy Christmas to you and your family (and to T.O.P. as well)

Merry Christmas Mike and TOP readers !

Two of my regular morning stops on the internet are the Shorpy website of old photos ( http://www.shorpy.com/ ) and "The Online Photographer". This morning when I clicked on your link I thought I was still viewing the Shorpy site that I had just left.

All kidding aside, I think you should submit this photo to Shorpy, it is very appropriate for their website. I am amazed when I view a lot of the old photos from glass negatives at the quality of the images.

Merry Xmas, Mike. This blog is one of the best things I have ever found the web. A perfect way to wake up in the morning (along with a cup of coffee!)

Alex

P.S. Don't over do it with the snow digging. That is what teenage kids are for.

Snow? Send some to Tokyo.

Merry Christmas Mike, and thanks for hours of pleasurable and educational reading this year.

Merry Christmas Mike,

Merry Christmas, Chanukah....etc to all of you.

http://www.63images.com/blog/index.php

Merry Christmas and especially a Happy New Year to you Mike, and your family...sorry your traveling was disrupted, our end of the country is also experiencing those frustrations. Lukily, we stay home but my sister, up near Portland, has 15 inches of snow at her house and a couple more days of "light snow mist" to contend with. The Big Day will be Saturday this year.

When I read about your snow (and when doesn't Wisconsin get snow in the winter?) I thought of a post I made on my blog about ice, and how that "product" is part of our family's Wisconsin heritage. Here's the link: http://listeningforthunder.blogspot.com/2006/08/ice.html

Makes me want a cup of something warm!

Again, peace be with you in 2009,

Bill Stormont
Oregon

Happy Holidays to you!

Merry Christmas Mike, bring on those full frame mug's O hot chocolate. GB.

Have a very good Christmas and an excellent New Year Mike.

and thanks for some very good reading this year!

Happy Holidays, Mike. Thanks for giving us the photographer's best daily stop on the Internet.

Merry Christmas, and may 2009 be a sensational year (in a good way) for all.

Snow? What's that?!

A very pleasant 25C, a barbecue and lots of sunscreen for our Christmas.

Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2009 from the land of the long white cloud.

Merry Christmas Mike.
Your blog is one of the few that I keep coming back to. My upcoming new years resolution: try to give back something this year via an Amazon purchase.

Waiting for new TOP posts with bated breath :-)

Meanwhile, here's a another Solstice picture for you to enjoy, different from the two I showed earlier:

http://rfman.wordpress.com/2008/12/25/solstice-2008-redux/

no snow down south, we had a nice thick warm Christmas at over 65*

Love the old photo, fired up my D700 and D90 for this weekend, was great fun.

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