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  1. #161
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    Got 5 cards today!!! So I have 21 cards now, time for a resumee:
    MARK_S: Boat Repair Facility - I like such rotten motifes.
    MICK FAGAN: Billilla House - I like the contrasty print, maybe you should have cut off the branch on the right side.
    MOOSE CALF: Elk - Saw such an animal once in Norway near Nittedal. I was impressed of the big and huge body but the fragile and thin legs. But what happened at the lower side of the print, seems something went wrong?
    PETE: The Heretic - I like the toning, fits quite well to the little sculpture. But maybe some more depth of field...?
    BLACK DOG: New Leaves - My first guess was that this is an IR photography. Didn't expect that this was a regular B/W film. The tonality of the leaves is great.
    MICHAEL NEWMAN: 209 104 - Strange but nonetheless very interesting picture. Don't know what this is or should be, but does that matter...?
    ART: 5 ***** for this great cyanotypie.
    MARK FISHER: House of Horror - Great sequel of the "Busy Bee" pic!
    JOSEP MIRO: Belchite - Had more luck than Rüdiger, the ink was not that much on my card. Maybe a red filter would have dramatized the heaven a bit more.
    JACCO DE KRAKER: Swan Lake - Ha, now that's IR! I didn't know that the IR effect of the SFX200 is that noticeable. The black water and the white dot (i.e. swan) is the eye catcher.
    MATT KING: Can You Guess - XXL lamp on a XXL print.
    JIM BRADLEY: Valentine's Day Orchids - Fine tonality.
    RANDY LIBERSKY: Woman at Workbench - If Rüdiger wouldn't have stated that little "accident" with the pencil during a joint coffee break, I wouldn't have noticed it.
    SCOTT H: Stairs and Birds - Hm, to be honest, this pic is a bit hard for me to get access to...
    JEFFEB: Lolka Bolka - Great shot, in Germany we say "they are sitting like monkeys on a grindstone".
    DONALD: Cat and Bunny - Although I do not have kids I must admit that it is a very cute pic!
    BASTIAAN: Watching the Show - Dogs are the better humans...
    LYNDA: - The First Snow - As we had a really warm and snow-less winter here in Germany, I love this card!
    TIM: Ocean City, MD - Fine print with great details and tonality.
    HENNING: Stena Slime - Good idea not to pass by many years but to stop for one shot.
    HAL ZABIN: Osthaven - Boomtown Berlin, building sites everywhere...
    -ibo

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    If the photo in the above message is accurate , then the mystery of who is whom, is solved.

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    If anyone cares, my photo is of a grain elevator.
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    Quick update from me as well... received nine more cards over the last week or so. In random order...

    Jeffeb: nice candid shot, and a priceless expression of the kid.
    Art: Something special indeed. Love your cyanotype, thanks.
    Tim Gray: Nice composition, also love the long shadows. End of the day, or early morning?
    Scott H: I get drawn into this picture, a unique location, yet there's thousands similar locations around the world. That's probably why it feels familiar.
    Jim Bradley: Here I was, thinking photos of orchids had to be in colour. An amazing B&W photo of orchids.
    Samad Asad: Many, many MANY faces indeed. I can almost feel the crowd...
    Randy Libersky: Stunning portrait! Hadn't noticed the "flaw" with the pencil until it was "pointed" out in this thread.
    Donald Grindstaff (at least, I hope I deduced the correct name from the mentioned location...): Cute! Whereas your cat will be almost black on the negative, one of ours is almost white on the negative. They are not the easiest to photograph, but you did a good job. Love the sepia toning on this one. I have to try that someday... (So much to experiment, so little time...)
    Bastiaan: Watching the show; who said that dogs weren't human? (again the only fellow countryman? Such a shame, there should be more...)

    Thanks to those who said something about my card. Even if only as an acknowledgement that is was received.

    I still have to write and post about ten cards... I'll let you know when they are all in the mail.

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    Two more cards arrived today. Thank you Tim Gray For a "Fishing Shak" Late afternoon shot with a w i i ide angle lens.Very well done.
    And wonderful " Lolka-Bolka" from Brian( jeffeb) Very sharp and contrasty image. Me like this one. Very nice.

    Cheers Greg
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    And the hits just keep on coming...

    Keepers from Bastiaan and Brian Chambers today.
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    What a great day - 6 cards arrived yesterday

    Bastiaan - It msut be an enthralling show!
    Samad Asad - This evokes Singapore quite nicely -both the harsh light and the cyclist.
    Tim Gray - It's nice the way the clouds work with the leading lines of the fence
    Scott H - My first thought was nice tones. The effect of the KRST is subtle but worthwhile.
    Henning - Corporate symbolism subverted by a bored graffiti artist.
    Donald - I like the toning, and it's very well composed.

    Thank you all.

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    More cards arriving:...
    JF De Kraker-Swan Lake:lovely dreamlike quality.The swan is so small in the frame but so crucial to the image.Must get some more SFX!

    Jim Bradley-Valentine's Day Orchids:Very subtle,especially the details in the petals. maybe there is something to this vintage lens schtick after all!

    Rob Martin-Drip Sand Castle-otherworldly;the toning has really added something extra here. Reminds me of the Trotternish area on Skye, or maybe Middle earth.

    Bastiaan-watching the show:do dogs look like their owners LOL?Like the way you've left the dog sharp and the woman out of focus.

    Mark Fisher-a good followup from your last card........an APUGGER struggles to get all his cards printed in time....

    Michael Newman-209 104:enigmatic and Siskinesque

    Art-cyanotype-mysterious and atmospheric. Makes me want to try cyanotypes again!

    PeteH-The Heretic:same goes for this one. Possibly it would be nice to have a bit more of the subject in focus, but the shallow depth of field does enhance the mystery.
    Thanks for all the lovely cards!
    "He took to writing poetry and visiting the elves: and though many shook their heads and touched their foreheads and said 'Poor old Baggins!' and though few believed any of his tales, he remained very happy till the end of his days, and those were extraordinarily long "- JRR Tolkien, ' The Hobbit '.

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    Another awesome week. 9 more fantastic postcards.
    • Lynda's first snow is tranquil and I actually wish I was there. I know you wrote it was freezing, but it looks so peaceful.
    • Brian's tent frame is an interesting angle and subject
    • Lovely orchids from Jim Bradley
    • Very powerful ruins from Pep Miro
    • I really love the "Lolka Bolka" image from JeffB
    • Allen's inside sepia toned snap of a castle great hall in Prague is simply gorgeous
    • The Ocean City image taken by Tim reminds me that I have to do a road trip down the eastern shoreline this summer
    • Bastiaan's dog watching the show is fantastic
    • The coffee toned cyanotype from Timothy is also wonderful
    Keep it coming people. This round, like previous rounds, is simply fantastic.

    Regards, Art.
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    And another three !

    Tom Kershaw: Moons of Suffolk. Rocky textures & long shadows certainly make it lunar.
    Lynda: Very cold! The water has that "just about to freeze" quality and I like the double archway composition.
    matti: A lovely lith print. It sounds like a lot of work to make lith prints for all of us, but I'm glad you did! It hasn't curled too much in the mail.

    Another great round.
    cheers

    Pete



 

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