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    I finally printed mine yesterday. So I'm making some progress.
    I received Mick Fagan's beautiful photo of his niece Hannah this week.

    -Rob
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    I've gotten three cards in the last few days.

    Jacco's 'Blues'. The hues in this print are great. Fantastic exposure.

    Jake's grainy abstract Untitled. I'm not even going to begin to guess as to the subject matter. Might ruin the surprise. And Jake's penmanship is almost as striking to view as the photograph itself. Fun card.

    And there's Roger's foggy morning. The faint vessels to the right and the hint of a shoreline to the left lend a great sense of depth to this photograph. My laptop's getting damp just writing about it.

    Fantastic cards by all I have received thus far (close to 20).
    Thank you.
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    Last week I received some more cards.
    blues bykraker not to many color ones arrive but this one looks great like crispin's out of fog well saturated colors and gives it a nice break when you look at all the cards together.
    "Horns&Thorns" byPat Parker The low position indicate that long horns can be wild. Good image.
    Mick Fagan with Hannah. Again it is an amazing portrait as always thanks Mick for the kind comments on my post card.
    Jake Williams Bunker #9 very nice photo of an land mark that will disappear probably in the future. I like the grainy look of the concrete.
    "Little Angel" By Mark Rewald Very interesting image and what a nice soft framing of the picture.

    Very successful round Thanks everyone for nice coments .

    Greg
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    My postcards finally hit the mailbox today. I know the folks in Europe will get theirs before the guy in California does.

    Eric
    Dad, is the lens cap suppose to be on?.

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    Yesterday 2 cards arrived:
    Roger Bulcock's very foggy morning - the seagull balances the boats nicely.
    Wayne Frederick's steam boiler giving us a glimpse of the past.

    Thanks!
    Pete

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    Today another beauty from Judith (jst). You're right, the guy does add some fun. I like the way it is printed too - the dark pews, middle pillars, and the lighter roof and altar give a sense of the height and space.

    Vielen Dank!

    Pete

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    I got Mick's 'Hannah' today. The focus and the expression of expectation make this shot perfect. She must be a doll. Thanks, Mick. Well done.
    Thank you.
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    I mailed mine yesterday.
    Great turn-out by the Canadians.... 13 Canucks involved in this exchange.


    -Rob
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    I got Eric's 'Rock and Roll Girl' today. Subject right down front and on your face. She may be facing the stage but one wonders what going on in that head. Great print. It has a good 'low light' feel to it.
    Thank you.
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    Got Black Dog's card,the Will Blake quote is very appropriate. Like the lite shadowy fox tails swaying with the wind.Also received Roger B. card of seagull flying over a group of boats moored on a foggy day,nice work.

    Mike C



 

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