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  • End the Postcard Exchange

    2 3.57%
  • Continue as is

    21 37.50%
  • Smaller discrete Groups

    6 10.71%
  • Nige's fangdangled matching theory

    27 48.21%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    Ah... The card I received from you several weeks ago was from the 7th exchange?
    yes that was a belated 7th round exchange card.
    Non Digital Diva

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    I squinted really hard at the description on the back. Sorry I think the glue stick came loose in transit.

    Quote Originally Posted by blackmelas View Post
    S**t! This doesn’t bode well. I used that same glue in round 6 … Please, let me know if anyone else receives mine in this condition. I have a few left.
    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy5c View Post
    I squinted really hard at the description on the back. Sorry I think the glue stick came loose in transit.
    Well I won't be buying stock in Uhu anytime soon and I promise not to use it again in future exchanges! I mailed replacements to you and Bastiaan today. As I said, please let me know if you get a card from me where the photo separates from the backing.

    In the meantime I've received some excellent cards from Brian, Lee, Anupam, Jim, and Nige. Many, many thanks.
    James

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    Hello All,

    Three more postcard arrived yesterday.

    The one from James (blackmelas) was complete with backing; it had stuck like the proverbial, so not problems. It is a fantastic image, full of atmosphere and some concern for the shipwright.

    Jim Bradley's followed the nautical theme and is an image of a byegone age.

    Finally, Bastiaan's shot is great fun. I can't see into the containers; I want to know what they are doing and why. It captures more than the moment for me.

    Keep them coming. Regards Daniel

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    Sorry for the delay.

    I sent my cards out yesterday, being unemployed and looking for a new job takes much more time than one should imagine.

    I received James card complete, thanks a lot for the print information.

    Best to all of you, from snowy Norway

    Birger A.

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    I don't think you should feel bad, I haven't had a chance to get into the dark room yet. ( something i hope to do in the next week) I will get them out soon. I forgot how busy this time of year was.

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    Thanks Nige for a nice image of a steamboat. It would be interesting to find out what camera did you use and film/ developer combination. I am still learning.

    Cheers Greg
    Looking is a gift, but seeing is power.

    Buster6X6

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    Another awesome week of postcards have arrived! Let's see...
    • A really nice cyanotype fom Nige
    • Lovely landscape from Jim Bradley
    • Derek gave a macro shot of two lillies
    • Wonderful reflection of a Japanese Garden from Brian
    • A nice toned print of an old smelting plant from Bob
    • Bastiaan sent an interesting iamge of people looking a tubs of something
    • And Blackmelas sent a great image with lots of technical details

    Thank you all. Still looking forward to much more.

    Regards, Art.
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    Hello All,

    Thanks to Bob for the Lead Smelting Mills. This kind of Industrial ruin is similar to the Tin Mines here in Cornwall; emotional subject nicely handled, the toning is in keeping great.

    Aggie's 'Gas' station is a lot of fun, Who's that peering over the fence at the right hand side of the pump? Is it a 'scarecrow' or an optical delusion ?

    Finally an interesting one from Kevin Caulfield. I like the detail in the stump, the narrow Depth of Field really sets it off. Thanks

    Every 'card received so far has been of high standard.

    Regards Daniel

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    Today I received very nice print from Bob What a nice toning job I like it.

    Keep the cards coming

    Greg
    Looking is a gift, but seeing is power.

    Buster6X6



 

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