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    I recieved cards from both Ingo and Rudiger today but I won't let on who's I like better.

    I really enjoy them both.

    A lovely card from Mike Wilde arrived as well.

    Thank you all!
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    Received Ruediger's (rst) card yesterday and I laughed so loud my neighbours think I'm weird! Absolutely fantastic! Great idea and looks awesome! Thanks for the kind comments about my previous postcard. Also got Mick Fagan's gorgeous shot of the Billilla House. What council are you on Mick? That sounds interesting.

    As far as who is Ingo and who is Ruediger? My guess is that Ingo is the person on the right in the lighter striped shirt and lighter hair while Ruediger is the person with the dark striped shirt and dark framed glasses. Am I right?

    Today received [B]Ingo's [B] card and another full scale laugh out loud scenario for my housing complex. How could you do these photos without alot of laughter and hilarity which I am going to assume happened especially when any of your neighbours caught a glimpse. Good show guys, most enjoyable!!!

    Kingjon's nice shot of a moose who happened to be strolling down his street made it's way to me today as well as Mark_S's 4X5 shot of a boat repair facility that is no longer there. Well done and thanks!
    Mark_S's image reminds me of the importance of shooting anything you see now in case tomorrow it's gone. I guess just carry your camera with you all the time or just more often.
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    I've received the cards from Ingo and Ruediger. What a great and original idea! and they look terrific. Congratullations for your great work!

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    Cards are trickling in. Mark_S send a card of derelict boat repair facility. As BW Kate said I am always on a look out for areas where developing might be happening. For two years I have been driving along a road and always said I will take picture of that old barn. Well one weekend I decided to go and take some pictures. Two days later coming home from work the farmer had bulldozed the buildings that were about 120 years old.Call it lucky.
    Mark the image is sharp and represents a building that has been used for many years. What a wonderful memory shot for generations to come.Well done.

    Cheers Greg
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    Two cards arrived yesterday: Moose Calf from Kingjon and 209 104 from Michael Newman. Thanks to you both!

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    I've gotten six cards so far, and I won't have time to print my own until Sunday! Great cards from everyone so far though, very nice work. Also, did everyone see the post that Simon started? He was very appreciative of the cards he found when he got back from vacation.

    - Randy

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    The other half of the Ruediger/Ingo duet arrived today - thanks Ruediger! It looks as if you both had a great time and the results are superb.

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    Finally got cards in the mail to names on my list and two extras, one for Simon and one for Sean. If anybody is looking for Sean's address, I used the one found through the Subscribe/Donate tab.

    Almost made the mistake of trying to buy stamps yesterday, "tax day" here in the US. Gee, why is the parking lot full... Oh, yeah! (Mine done weeks ago).
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    Posted all my remaining cards yesterday-looking forward to recieving some soon
    "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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    Mick You did it again with Billilla House. What a wonderful shot. I said couple a months ago I am going to use filters and I did not ( I bought in the mean time some large ones 104mm :o ) Next time I will use them.
    I think the orange filter did the trick.

    Thanks again

    Greg
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