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Flickr has been a great learning tool over the last 10 plus years. I have sold many of my photos thanks to Flickr and learned a lot along the way.

I believe…
- I am not a photographer but a guy with a camera that loves trying to capture the beauty of life's moments.

- Everyone, no matter how unattractive the world may perceive them to be, can be photogenic.

- There is nothing like freezing a special moment in time on film (or digital I guess) that will never be repeated.

- Family photos, like wine, may seem dull or boring but later become priceless with age.

- There is always more to learn no matter how good one is at anything.

- Everyone has a story. If it’s told in photos then it’s even better.

... Passion
I am passionate about Amateur Radio, Shortwave Radio, Radio and more Radio, Global Events and Politics. But more importantly I am interested in people.

... The Globe
Alot of the photos I end up taking are of the city of Annapolis, the capital of the state of Maryland, simply because I work there and it is a beautiful city.

Oh yea.
... y sí hablo Español también.


... Three Blind Mice
I am also a some what color blind so if something looks a little wacky... blame my eyes, my mother or god. Your pick.

If you wish to use any of my photos (for commercial purposes) please let me know. We can work something out.

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    こんにちはキティ harajukuroxy アン says:

    "A brilliant, thoroughly entertaining man whom I have not had the pleasure to meet yet, even though we are less than 20 minutes away from each other and share a huge affinity of NAVY football LOL
    I love the photos he takes, the eye for everyday yet unique and the bright, honest manner in which they are presented. Yay for RR!"

    December 20th, 2007

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    BGrantPaul says:

    "I have to say there is something about Radio Rover's attitude about photography that really attracts my appreciation. I really started taking pictures at age 11, around 1969, after finding darkroom equipment in my grandfathers attic. I studied photography as a degree at university and have had a career with it for many years.
    As part of that we always learned a photograph should stand alone without explanation but after 35 or so years in the business I think I''ve learned from him an appreciation for the element of personal antidote when it comes to explaining what a person sees in a photograph and I think I owe something to Radio Rover for bringing that to my attention.
    Rover says "I am not a photographer but a guy with a camera that loves trying to capture the beauty of life's moments." but I always understood that that was the essence of what a great photography is."

    February 10th, 2007

Joined:
May 2006
Hometown:
Washington, D.C.
I am:
Male and Taken
Occupation:
I work in the steel industry.