Thank you for your wonderful reply! …
Hi again Ms. Muffet,
We finally got around to posting your photo of a Giant Conifer Aphid on a Sharpee. We always have our photo students use a Sharpee on RC prints, but a nice #2 pencil on Fiber Based paper is best. Tell me Ms. Muffet, do you think people would want to take a Community College Photo Class with me for $36 a unit? I am going to explore teaching an online class, but that takes a year to get through curriculum. LACC could offer a course in Digital Macro Photography of Nature and the best students can have galleries on What’s That Bug. Though we teach digital photography classes, we do not have an online curriculum developed yet. I would like your permission to use your photo of a Giant Conifer Aphid found on the yule tree grown in Washington County Maryland in this posting advertising this exciting possibility.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Dear readers, if you think it is a good idea to take an online college credit Photography class with the Bugman, Daniel Marlos, MFA Art Center College of Design 1992 for $108, please leave a comment. If I can promise 100 students to generate FTES for a struggling campus, I may be able to get permission from the VP of Academic Affairs.