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  1. Pat Teti says: Reply

    Beautiful description of documentary versus creative photography Chris. Lovely examples too. You always inspire!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Pat.Workshops get me cranked up!!

  2. Larry Citra says: Reply

    I find that just thinking about Chris Harris gets me thinking creatively!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Larry. You’ll have to join us next year.I don’t want you retiring on Salt Spring…you are too young!

  3. Dennis says: Reply

    The need for creative expression definitely runs in the family! And is so beautifully expressed in different ways. Love the photos.

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Dennis! Lots of creative expression coming up this week!! See you soon!

  4. sterling haynes says: Reply


    1. chris says: Reply

      Loved your comment! Thanks for the 5 stars!!

  5. Joan Loeken says: Reply

    Chris: I can’t believe what Microsoft did – the only good that came out of it is that we get to see your Ireland images in this newsletter.. I am always so moved by what you create. I look forward to the workshop the end of August.

    1. chris says: Reply

      I love being in a painter’s studio; it is so inspiring. I’m totally excited to be off to the Cannery in two days. Lots of creative possibilities there for sure. I look forward to sharing with you there in August. Have a great summer. Say hi to Freeman – I think you are going to one of his workshops this summer too, if I remember correctly.

  6. Karen says: Reply

    So beautiful as usual. Master photographer photographing the Master painter! We are all blessed to witness such expression of your art and souls. So honoured to be a part of the family!!! xoxxo

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thank you Karen. You are certainly family and a true artist with your hands through craniosacral therapy.

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