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    I'm not new, but my website is....

    Hello all,

    I've updated my website with a new look (to match the blog better) and 2 new galleries. You can see it here:

    http://www.jeremydmoore.com/


    and if you haven't seen the blog in a while (or ever!) it can be found here:

    http://www.anonymousvernacular.com


    Suggestions always appreciated (especially if you see a typo!).
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    I enjoyed looking at the Texas church project. I like your website and blog, keep up the good work.

    Jeff

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    Looks good Jeremy. It's a little big for my puny screen though.. and I had to scroll around a bit. The pictures are lovely, and I like your straightforward artist statements about the work.

    Good job.

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    Very nice Jeremy. I wish my site looked anywhere near as good. (What site? You mean, the one I've been trying to get reorganized and back on line for SIX MONTHS now?!)

    The work is spectacular. I especially like the Texas Church Project and the Loop 288 project. My parents live in Lewisville, so I know the area pretty well. You really captured the topography--lot of open space, with mankind slowly encroaching, and more nothingness stretching all the way to Oklahoma. You really have to see it to appreciate the vastness of it, no?
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