Mine came today. Excellent, fascinating image and story. Many thanks James.
Originally Posted by Mark Fisher
[QUOTE=mikeg;516261]Mine came today. Excellent, fascinating image and story. Many thanks James.
I received it today to. Like Mike and Mark I really like it too. An oversize post card with history ,over 100 years old .Wow.
I can imagine our images one day hundred years from now will prompt someone to say "Wow" they used film in 2007 ?
Thanks James it is a wonderful image.
Looking is a gift, but seeing is power.
I am now up to 26 cards (including the one I mailed to myself). I commented on the first 14 earlier. Here are the rest of my comments:
PepMiro's image of a mountain valley in Andorra - warm and cold at the same time. A great image, but I think it is a bonus, because you weren't on my list!
Mark Fisher's great close up of a horse - here is a photo that truly looks out at you!
RWyoung's elegant image of a capitol building
Matti's haunting view of ground cover, with a hovering shadow
erikg's wonderful "king size" beer bottles - standard size for Canadian beer, of course
Rmartin's Torrey Pines trees - great shot (I love tree photos)
Valerie's magical photo of children's feet - this brings a smile to me each time
MattKing's "Derelict" - oh, this was mine - I'd better not comment
Mystery Appuger (probably Samad Asad)'s imposing city/street scene - I assume Singapore
BirgerA's delicate and striking image of ice crystals on plants
brchambe's nightscape from Seattle - just down the highway, and a great print
Sosmall1's beach scene, - in colour, with a special visitor
They are all great. Thanks everybody, it has really been fun!
Oops - I just realized that the postcard I identified as Samad Asad's postcard was a postcard from Singapore that I had received earlier, as part of postcard exchange 10, and put aside because I couldn't identify who it was from. Thanks anyways
Last edited by MattKing; 09-07-2007 at 02:23 AM. Click to view previous post history.
It can't be mine, since my postcards for this round are still with me (Justin's maybe ).
The 20 should be out in the mail soon. I really must apologise for being late this time round.
My cards are printed & addressed, and will go out as soon as I get to a post office this week. Sorry they're late! I hope you enjoy them anyway.
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I want to thank all of you for the wonderful cards I have received so far.
Because I have recently moved and am still working on a thorough renovation of my new house, I'm late sending out my cards this round. 22 copies of my card 'Spring Cleaning' were already sent. The rest have already been printed but unfortunately cannot be located in the pile of boxes containing our stuff. I'm doing my best to find them as quickly as possible and send them to you.
2 more arrived this week:
OK, I'm not counting too, but I now have 30 postcards out of 45. Where are the rest of you guys?
- James sent a HUGE postcard of a dig site - looks right out of Indiana Jones!
- I just love BWKate's images. I think her printing is simply outstanding and I nominate her to be one of the 'teachers' at Foto3. Seriously, she's under-marketed and easily puts the usual seminar suspects to shame IMO.
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I have posted mine in the postcard gallery. All were sent over two weeks ago so those on my list should have got one by now. Lets see some more in the gallery - show the others what they are missing out on...
Thanks for the reminder. I just did that.
Originally Posted by Bob F.
My bad. A couple of mine are still on the way!
You make me blush! Thanks for the compliment! I would so love to come to foto3 but can't afford it. I will get there someday, you can count on it. Besides I want to share a couple beers & stories with Bob Carnie, Dinesh, and Art! good times.
I absolutely love meeting apug members and sharing war stories, etc.
Good reminder BobF, I'll post last round's offerings.