not on list
John, I signed up for the max, but you were not on the address list I recieved. I've just been preparing my cards, (51 of them) and I checked thrice for your name.
Originally Posted by johnnywalker
I have received a nice card from Drpsilver from a Portal. A nice contact print with a great tonality, must have been a big job printning postcard as contact copy!
Fleath has send a card with a child running in an art gallery. The photo is full of actions and he has captured a nice moment of childhood.
Lately there has been to much work and to little time to have fun in the darkroom, but at least I have printed my postcard for this round. The’ l be will be sent in a few of days.
Lillian, the maximum does not mean that you have every participant on your list. That would only be possible if everyone would signup for the max.
Originally Posted by sly
Last edited by rst; 07-08-2009 at 05:20 PM. Click to view previous post history.
Reason: typo in name
Two cards arrived today after a fallow period - woo hoo!
Greg (Buster6x6) sent a very wonky wall. Does it bow outwards too? Must have been quite a skilled bricklayer to stop that from falling down during the construction.
JohnnyWalker sent a log cabin which is completely dwarfed by the trees behind. The effect is enhanced by placing the cabin close to the bottom of the picture.
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Wolfgang, Your card arrived Saturday. Thanks.
I have never tried the Adox paper, looks nice and I' l probably try some next time I'm out of paper. :-)
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I received a card from Anke in the post today. A beautifully toned print of a bladehouse in Scotland. A very soft photograph that speaks thomes of the history of Scotland. I love it for its simplicity above all else. Very well seen.
"Wubba, wubba, wubba. Bing, bang, bong. Yuck, yuck, yuck and a fiddle-dee-dee." - The Yeti
Two more received:
Fleath: Running child.
tocalosh: Appleby Horse Fair.
Three cards have arrived while I've been away ...
A very graphic set of mooring poles from Odd Magnus (omu) - tusen takk!
The warm treatment of Anke's blackhouse village is complements the misty atmosphere.
Sam Sharpe (tocalosh) sent a very dynamic shot from Appleby horse fair.
Hi fellow Postcard Exchangers.
Here's a quick message to break my own deafening silence.
I've been unexpectedly busy with a lot of other things, and haven't found the time to comment on the cards received. I promise I will post detailed comments later on, but for now, I just want to say that I have received beautiful postcards in this round up to now. Thanks!
As for my own cards: I'm working on them. It'll be a bit different than my usual contribution, but I hope you'll like them nonetheless. I plan to send them all before the end of the month.
-- A sinister little midget with a bucket and a mop / Where the blood goes down the drain --