Daniel Milnor

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"A friend passed along the link to your site, and I have to say it was
a welcome addition. I’ve kept a journal for years, continue to do so
today, under the Moleskine label, and can see why they have developed such a
reputation. I’ve used just about everything over the years, from the
standard composition books to the monstrous, one-year books that quickly
become to large to travel with. The Moleskin, soft-cover version with tear
out pages, is perfect.

I’ve included, just for kicks, a photo taken at
the end of my last shoot. If you look carefully, tucked under the Taliban
book, you will see the edge of my
journal….

…A few years ago I began a correspondence with my wife’s uncle, someone who
lives 3000 miles away. I did the first page, sent the journal to him, he did
a page, etc, etc. We have been sending this book now for over a year, some
fun stuff and a great way to communicate.

As a legendary photographer
once told me, "photography is great, but for Christ’s sake write things
down.

DRM On 1/8/05 8:10 PM, "Armand Frasco" <moleskinerie@gmail.com> wrote: > Our pleasure, Sir. And I must congratulate you on your exquisite photography.
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> On Sat, 08 Jan 2005 19:59:10 -0800, Daniel Milnor
> <daniel@milnorpictures.com> wrote:
>> Wow, okay sounds great. Didn\'t know that was a possibility.  Keep up the
>> great site.
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>> Thanks,
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>> DRM
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>> On 1/8/05 7:57 PM, "Armand Frasco" <moleskinerie@gmail.com> wrote:
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>>> Thanks for sharing your notebook\'s photo Mr.Milnor. We\'ll be honored
>>> to feature it on Tuesday, January 11th.
>>>
>>> Kind regards,
>>>
>>> Armand B. Frasco
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>>> On Sat, 08 Jan 2005 17:59:47 -0800, Daniel Milnor
>>> <daniel@milnorpictures.com> wrote:
>>>> A friend passed along the link to your site, and I have to say it was a
>>>> welcome addition.
>>>> I\'ve kept a journal for years, continue to do so today, under the Moleskin
>>>> label, and can see why they have developed such a reputation.
>>>> I\'ve used just about everything over the years, from the standard
>>>> composition books to the monstrous, one-year books that quickly become to
>>>> large to travel with.
>>>> The Moleskin, soft-cover version with tear out pages, is perfect.
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Daniel R. Milnor

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