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Graham Montgomery - male

Graham Montgomery - Male
Bolivar Flats, Galveston County, Texas, USA
November 7, 2009
Size: 1854.2 mm
Junior in high school. Often observed sporting an Indiana Jones-like cowboy hat(hey, I live in Texas, it's a residency requirement).

hi man -- very cinematic indeed
the jacket is a residency requirement in Argentina, i gather?

Hey v.
I definitely think so, especially this time of year!

That's a great hat!
I'm a big fan of your macros! If I ever develop any style I will try to imitate yours as a big part of it! Do you lug around that bag so that you have access to both of your lenses, an who knows what else? I've started doing that, as my lenses on my belt technique has not really served me that well!

thanks! I appreciate the complement. Yeah, seems like the belt method would be pretty hard, especially with heavy lenses. I have a small lowepro backpack that I use to carry around my lenses/flash. I need a bigger one. Kata also has some nice backpacks, but a normal duffel bag with some padding would probably work fine too.

Hi Graham
Nice to meet you.
Why all the Frassing today?
Are you cleaning house??

summer cleaning... Trying to get rid of some photos that aren't really helping bugguide! I or others have posted far better photos of the same species for many of them.

Nice pic.
I think you will probably be making some of our female contributors swoon :-)

Thanks. Very funny ;)

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