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    My cards are in the mail!

    I've received many cards already, but will comment on them a bit later this week, when I finally have a chance to get myself sorted (we're in the last week of classes/exams right now in Japan).
    Rachelle

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

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    Just got home from work and there were 4 postcards on the mat.

    Bluejeh 'Hedy's Vase'
    Bluejeh2 'Tree Monster'
    Maximus Klaudius 'Latern Festival of Lights'
    Kraker 'Hillside'

    All very different and very nice images, I thank you all.

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    rec'd!!

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    anikin "airport security/korean style" - i wouldn't step out of line!
    steve frizza "...too many monkeys..." - fumble fingers!
    ashley/hoffy "stereo."
    trond "shore"
    matt king "pump house graffitti"
    bruce mccaughey/steelbar "boat building shed"
    katrin "collodion self-portrait."

    as usual, a lot of thought and work went into them... it shows and i appreciate receiving them!

    mine are finally off, after an enjoyable weekend of printing... got to make and use paper negative mask to produce the card - interesting. all in the mail this afternoon!

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    Yesterday I received an outstanding portrait form Mareen Zirkenbach. My wife enjoyed it too.
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    Liebe Mareen, ein außergewöhnlich gutes Portrait. Mir gefällt sanfte Natürlichkeit, welche die Frau ausstrahlt, so was ist leider ziemlich außer Mode. Die High-Key-Umsetzung passt gut, ein wirklich schönes Bild.
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    I also received a portrait from Mareen yesterday. many thanks.

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    Matt King - "Pump House Graffiti"/ Love the toning on this card. makes the face stand out from the picture.
    steelbar - "Boat building shed". When I look at this I could be in Scandinavia. I sure the Norske peoples must have landed on the East Coast of Canada as this is the typical wall and door that I saw in the old buildings of Nordfjord. Brilliant sharp contrast.
    Cheers - Andy C
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    More great cards in the mail:

    "Backlot in Vegas" by Peter Schrager and "Pump House Graffiti" by Matt King-- two very different but interesting images of abandoned or forgotten areas.
    "Airport Security" by anikin and "Korean Mask" by MaximusKlaudius -- two great images from Japan's nearest neighbour, somewhere I've yet to go (but will in October!).
    The ravages of time have been nicely captured by RedRockCoulee with "Weathered Pillars" and by Steelbar with "The Boat Building Shed". Great textures and tones in both.
    bluejeh2's somewhat (dog?)-looking "Tree Monster" is a stark contrast to bluejeh's delicate "Hedy's Vase".
    Trond's "Shore" makes feel me feel like a journey is just beginning.
    kraker's beautiful cyanotype of "Old Chestnut Tree" is gorgeous. My cyanotype blues don't seem as rich as yours. Great work!

    It also appears that Steven Frizza has sent his cards out, but I have yet to receive one (could be the post though...).

    Looking forward to getting everyone else's cards!
    Rachelle

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

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    Got a ton of cards to update. a few didn't have the exchange number, so I'm assuming its from this one

    Trond - Shore
    Bluejeh2 - tree monster
    Bjuejeh - Hedy's Vase
    Ed Bray - train
    Piu58 - Trees on old paper
    JimO - Aliens
    Steve Frizza - Chimping

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    Received 3 cards today, all very nice.

    'Morning Ride' very nice print, do not know the Author though but it's from the USA
    'Alienis' again a very nice print from Jimo

    And my favourite of all those received so far 'Haew Suwat Waterfalls' taken in Khao Yai National Park in Thailand from mooseontheloose, a lovely play of light and shadow creating a very picturesque image. 'One of those that that you would like to have taken yourself.


    On another note I received my batch of Postcards for the next round, a brand new box I won on ebay for £7 (about $11) happy days.

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    All postcards shipped! I only had 2 CON US addresses this round, so it may take time for the rest of the international cards to get out.



 

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