The sun glints through the pines, and the heart is pierced in a moment of beauty and strange pain, like a memory of paradise. After that day . . . we become seekers. Peter Matthiessen, Nine-Headed Dragon River
Hi! I saw some of your aviation photos on another website but I don't see any here. I'm looking for a shot of a flying DC-3 and wondered if you had any? If not, could you direct me to a site that would have "artistic" DC-3 photos? Thanks so much!
Hi there Mr.Boyd. I am a native of Miami Beach and I used to remember that in some of the the offices in my father"s office building on Lincoln Road would have these awesome large Photographs of old Miami and Miami Beach done by a very well known aerial photographer whom I know you have his name. The last one I saw was an aerial of downtown Miami maybe in the 1920's or 30's on the wall of a now retired State Farm Insurance broker. I would love to get one and I am sure they are hard to find. It used to be very popular in the day. Any suggestions on where to look or who might sell these things.
Thanks in advance for your time. Harold Stoller
Haven't spoken with you in awhile I hope all is well with you and yours. Have a wonderful Christmas and new year. Keep up the great job you do with the memories of south Miami. Your. Friend Keithq
I love your photographs. Hope you and Deb are well.
Thinking of you both,
11.suzanne raulerson caucci(non-registered)
I am so happy to have found your amazing website. My father was featured in your collection of "Memories of old Hialeah" and the evolution of the city. He was the builder and developer of the Palm Springs Mile and the Palm Springs Village homes. These brought back back so many wonderful memories of my childhood and i think your contribution and collections are remarkable to say the least. Keep up the incredible work.