Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Pixel Perfect award given to JM of Oerias & Environs Daily Photo

JM of Oerias & Environs Daily Photo is the second recipient of the Pixel Perfect Award, given by Jacob and Lois Anne.

The Pixel Perfect award is a prestigious award given to a photo blogger who exhibits exceptional photographic skills in terms of artistic creativity, composition, sharpness and exposure.

We believe JM meets, indeed exceeds, those qualifications.

Our congratulations to JM and we wish him many more years of happy blogging from Oerias and environs!


Anonymous said...

Congratulations to JM! Excellent award to receive!

Small City Scenes said...

Comgrats to JM. He does have an exceptional blog. MB

BTW--those geese to leave their little packages around but they only stay at the pond so nothing is around the house and yard. they don't like the dogs. MB

Jacob said...

MB - That's good to know! They sure are messy!

Memphis MOJO said...

I think this link is broken:

JM of Oerias & Environs Daily Photo

I'd like to see his work, but I can't get there.

Jarart said...

Excellent choice! Congrats JM.

Daryl said...

Congrats to JM!

Jacob said...

Memphis Mojo - You were right! Thanks, much! I don't know what happened as everything looked just fine...I relinked, checked it and the site came up fine.

Appreciate your letting me know!

JM said...

Jacob, thank you so much! I am surprised, honored and flattered! I'm very glad you like my pics.
Thank you again, it's really kind of you! I will post the award tomorrow!
Also thank you all for the congratulations!

JM said...

By the way, Jacob, it's Oeiras, not Oerias... hehe! Just to let you know, no problem at all! :-)

Jacob said...

You're very welcome, JM. You received the award because you meet all the are an excellent photographer!

P.S. I'll probably never be able to spell Oearius, Oresia, Oeirias, Oreiasr...oh, to heck with it. I'll just copy and paste! ;-)

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson