Seth Hartman(non-registered)
Great Pictures!
Jeremy "Mic" McGrath(non-registered)
I really love the photos. Great meeting you both today!
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Eileen Gagnon(non-registered)
Hi Steve, all your photo's are simply magnificent but the Switzerland pictures brought me back to a very special time in my life. They are amazing and the colors truly stunning . They actually brought tears to my eyes!!! You have such a talent and truly a knack for capturing the essence and the feel of each area you visit, and also the simple beauty of the people. I feel like I was there again and I thank you. I can't wait to see what you do next!!!
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Jennifer Dorwart(non-registered)
OH MY! You have really captured some beautiful shots of a totally magickal place Steve. Once again my breath has been taken away.
Denise Callahan(non-registered)
I do all my traveling of the world thru you, Steve, this takes me away!!
Denise Dow LMT(non-registered)
Steve,

Truly amazing photos. You are an inspiration to all of us who strive to be photographers. I enjoy your work. thank you for sharing!!!!
National Geographic Editors Your Shot Jan 21, 2015(non-registered)
"This was a huge year for us on ( National Geographic ) Your Shot. We reached half a million members and four million photos and ran over two dozen stunning photo assignments. For the photo editors of Your Shot, discovering new work and learning more about our members is a real joy.

It was a tricky task, but we each picked two photos we loved and went to our studio to discuss them. Below you can see a selection of our favorite images from the year and listen to some of our thoughts on them. "

Photo by Steve Demeranville…listen to the audio by clicking bottom left of the photo Water Art
http://www.storehouse.co/stories/r65vo-photos-we-remember
Joyceseymore(non-registered)
Fantastic shots as always, especially love the portraits! Did you enjoy the trip?
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Check out this photograph of mine http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2014/12/29/pictures-we-love-eerie-overlooked-and-unexpected/ and the very kind comments by Marie McGrory in the following entry which are copied from the natgeo web page
From National Geographic… Marie McGrory(non-registered)
Marie McGrory, Assistant Photo Editor, Your Shot

As an editor for Your Shot, I look at 6,000 photos a day. I first saw this photo in early September and have thought about it ever since. When attempting to choose one of my favorite images of the million I’ve reviewed this year, I decided to not look through old edits or stories but to recall. Which images did I remember? Which images stayed with me?

It is a simple moment, something quiet and common. But the colors, the composition, the textures—they’ve been burned into my mind. Leaves and bubbles gracefully dance through the frame. Some days I see it as art, others a landscape. Sometimes I see it as otherworldly, a magnificent centerpiece being ushered along by an army of bubbles and two yellow body guards. It is an image I can live in over and over again.
Mike Birka(non-registered)
Just once in awhile you run into some really interesting people. Thanks for Turning me on to your page and of course your handiwork.
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