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Monday, 24 January 2011


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Wow, I am thrilled to see Charlie's work will be available - I can't wait! His prints are absolutely inspiring!

Oh, very nice. I don't usually collect photographs, but I'll probably have to make an exception for one or two of these.

I did a workshop with Charlie through the Ansel Adams gallery. He's an excellent fellow in general, a great teacher, and produces exquisite work if you're into the genre. I still kick myself a little for not getting one of his "Bare Trees, Red Leaves, Acadia" prints during the workshop.

I highly recommend the hike to lower calf creek falls. It's not far from Bryce Canyon and well worth the side trip. The hike follows Calf Creek through a desert canyon. There are a couple natural grottoes and some fine petroglyphs. The falls itself is tricky to photograph. It is in deep shadow most of the day. When I did the hike a few years back the trail wasn't heavily used. There were only two other cars parked at the trail head.

I also love Charlie's work. I know what you mean about the "Bare Trees, Red Leaves" image from Acadia. I saw a 24x30 print in the Ordover Gallery in Solana Beach, CA, a few years ago and was astounded.

Oooooh I love Charlie's trees!

Ah, yes, this 'tog I know! Charlie is a peach, a mensch, an all-around great guy. Really wishing I could go to one of his print workshops here in Yosemite, but funds unfortunately do not allow.

Have a blast with the print sale!


Certain work by certain artists help me to remember why I started loving photography in the first place. I couldn't have said it better, Lyrical Landscapes...

Edward Bussa
Grand Rapids, MI

Ooohhh ... when I piped in on a recent post about landscape photography and said I'd become a bit disinterested in the genre, I did some searching and stumbled across Charles Cramer and thought "now THERE's some good landscape photography !"

"Bare Trees, Red Leaves, Acadia" has not lost that punch for me after owning it for almost a decade now (I did purchase a print after a workshop I did with him and Bill Atkinson many years back) ... I am *really* looking forward to this print offer!

Thanks for this one Mike. I love Charles work. When will the offer begins? It is summer here and I will start my vacations next week. I'll be in a remote area in the Andes and my sole conection to the world will be my iPhone.

Best regards,


I'm sorry, we haven't set a date yet. I'll let you know as soon as the date is chosen.


I'm not as familiar with his work as I should be; some was familiar, but quite a lot wasn't when I finally got the web site to work. And a lot of it is great!

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