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Hello Steve, I see so much in your photo stream that is spot on with what I do here in Oklahoma for our "old places and things". Love your work and will definitely be "following" your adds here on FLICKR. Have a great week and weekend.

February 19, 2020
Steve says:

I have been admiring Steve Rob's photographs since I first joined flickr in 2006. I do not know what kind of recognition he has received for his work, but that he deserves to receive a good deal of it is without question. He is a consistent and elegant chronicler of the backroads, byways, and decaying glories of th… Read more

I have been admiring Steve Rob's photographs since I first joined flickr in 2006. I do not know what kind of recognition he has received for his work, but that he deserves to receive a good deal of it is without question. He is a consistent and elegant chronicler of the backroads, byways, and decaying glories of the American South...particularly Georgia. Photographic fads may come and go, but Steve always remains true to his style and to his photographic portrayal of American regional beauty.

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November 23, 2009
Debonair Action (deleted)

Every time I get on flickr, I check to see if Steve has loaded any new work. I am never disappointed. A true artist! Well done, Steve!

September 11, 2010

When it comes to rural Georgia in HDR, there's none better. It was his work that inspired me to give HDR a try, and his advice that helped me learn how to use HDR to make my photos better. Steve is one of the nicest guys on Flickr, and I always look forward to seeing what new work he posts.

April 8, 2012

HDR, decay and South Georgia. I always check to see if Steve has posted anything new. It may be because our subject matter and styles are somewhat similar, but I never grow tired of looking at Steve's work. In my opinion, one of the three best rural decay, HDR photographers on Flickr. Keep up the good work, Steve.

July 4, 2008
QtrFlash says:

Being a native Georgian I especially enjoy the rich rural images Steverob50 brings to his photostream. Through viewing these, the experiences of my childhood in the South are relived with fond memories and I seem to have one with each of his posts. A drink box in front of an old store, a small town with a single main … Read more

Being a native Georgian I especially enjoy the rich rural images Steverob50 brings to his photostream. Through viewing these, the experiences of my childhood in the South are relived with fond memories and I seem to have one with each of his posts. A drink box in front of an old store, a small town with a single main street for commerce, a clay road winding past an old family homestead, or a cornfield growing in the summer sun. His presentations are true to the heritage of the wonderful rural southern culture and reinforces a sense of pride in my own. You don’t have to be from the south to appreciate his images. No one I have found on Flickr presents any image(rural or not) with more atmosphere. With great appreciation!

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October 23, 2007

Whether it would be his great pictures of rural Georgia or his amazing HDR photographs... you will definitely find something intriguing in Steve's photostream. He has mastered the art of HDR and a lot of his pictures are more like their own artform. This guy is awesome! Don't take my word for it... just check it o… Read more

Whether it would be his great pictures of rural Georgia or his amazing HDR photographs... you will definitely find something intriguing in Steve's photostream. He has mastered the art of HDR and a lot of his pictures are more like their own artform. This guy is awesome! Don't take my word for it... just check it out for yourself!!!

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July 8, 2007