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    I've received many great cards so far this round:

    Anikin's "Colors and Forms" is a beautiful study in just that -- I never get tired at looking this image -- there's so much to see. Another colour photo from Ozphoto: "TV Tower, Berlin" is reminiscent of the many reflections of the CN Tower I would see when living in Toronto. I've never been to Berlin but would love to go there someday!

    I also received a couple more cards featuring tall buildings from piu58 and JimO, as well as Wayne Frederick's Spring Point Lighthouse.

    Mike Wilde's hat-trick of cards. All interesting shots on old paper. Call me crazy, but I really like the time-lapse photo -- I think there are a lot of fun possibilities there.

    A few people cards have arrived as well: Jenni's very serene-looking "Madonna", Christopher Coy's more mellow "Music in the Street", and Rudiger's vertigo-defying "Soccer Over Paris".

    Some words of wisdom from drpsilver and kraker. Together I think that perhaps the way to happiness is to find yourself some knobs and knockers!

    Two sets of legs arrived: MattKing's creepy spider legs and Michael Scherck's "Skin Tight". The former is unfortunately a scene I see a lot of in the summer here in Japan (although the spiders are a lot bigger!) and the latter is a style of clothing my curvy body could never wear!

    BoxBrownie's "Floating Leaf" was a bit of a mystery at first -- I thought I was looking at some cosmic event initially! Peter Schrager's $3 parking is wishful thinking is most places I've lived. Finally, Jim17x's "Speedy" is a very timely card. I've just pulled out my Crown to start working on more still lifes, and this is a nice example of where to start.

    Thanks everyone for the cards so far! That's 15/27, which seems about right at this point in the round. I know I'm usually one of the first ones out of the gate with cards, but this has been a crazy second semester at work -- this has been my first truly free weekend in over 2 months. In any event, my plan is to print the cards tonight and get them in the mail this week. Sorry for the delay everyone!
    Rachelle

    My favorite thing is to go where I've never been. D. Arbus

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    Who hasn't sent cards yet?

    Us bluejeh's have not yet sent cards. We'll send by mid Dec. Thanks.

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    How many are we supposed to get? 1 per 1 send?
    "The Medium is the Message"

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    Quote Originally Posted by afrank View Post
    How many are we supposed to get? 1 per 1 send?

    I believe we are suppose to receive one card back from each person we sent one to..

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    Postcard Exchange #27 Comments and Feedback

    I am so sorry I did not post any replays during this round. Live was really crazy ... Well I finished printing all my cards and they are set to dry. They will be on their way first thing tomorrow morning. I am so sorry for being late this round.
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    p.o. trip

    rec'd

    "sweet child of mine" from afrank

    "priestess" by jennifer

    "floating leaf" by steve brown/box brownie

    "music in the street" by christopher coy"

    "tree" by george richards/george nova scotia

    "skin tight" by michael sherck

    "old new windmill" by oxleyroad, andy c.

    thank you all... they continue to provide enjoyment and inspiration!

    james.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeh View Post
    Us bluejeh's have not yet sent cards. We'll send by mid Dec. Thanks.
    I only sent one card, but there will be another on the way within a week. Did not see the point sending two of the same caaddress the same address.

    I meant to mention this earlier.

    @MikeWilde
    I really appreciate the feedback on the windmill. I'll work with your suggestions and see how I go. Thank you.
    Last edited by Oxleyroad; 12-02-2012 at 03:28 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: Added comment for MW
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    What a surprise, four cards in a week!

    mjs, "Skin Tight". This makes up for the misguided anticipation I had when MattKing said his card was titled "Legs". That one was a lot scarier than I had thought; yours is much closer to what I had expected. Nice "everyday" flea market observation, nicely framed and printed.
    Oxleyroad, Old New Windmill, lots of detail. Time to dust off the Darkroom Cookbook and have a go at some of the stuff in there.
    JimO, Sykes building. Looks like a day with some very nice and sunny weather. The red filter really brings out he contrast between sky and clouds. The bridge, the detail in the foreground, the tree; yes, a complete picture. Very nice.
    George Nova Scotia, Tree making its own space. That's what trees do, although not all succeed. Love the details in this, and the limited (but not too shallow) depth of field. Like the atmosphere that it conveys.

    Thanks all, and some more to come, I'm sure. Always a treat.

    shuttr.net
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    How does one get in on the postcard exchange?

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    Quote Originally Posted by horacekenneth View Post
    How does one get in on the postcard exchange?
    Just hang around. Next sign up starts January 1st. In the mean time there is some more info in the Intro & FAQ threads. http://www.apug.org/forums/forum179/
    Last edited by George Nova Scotia; 12-03-2012 at 02:36 PM. Click to view previous post history.



 

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