Three more to report on....
Denis pic of the Badlands Park in Dakota..... a beautiful, quite photo of the badlands.
Laurent's beautiful shot of the part of a machine
William's shot of Ghost Gums has a nice feel to it.
Got a beautifully done post card from Mike Wilde, of the North Chicago River area.Shows a great sky line ,unique bridge, and walk way along the river ,right around dusk I'd say.For older paper it looks real good.
Got two cards today. Mike's time travelling Round 19 postcard of the Chicago River. There's a lot of detail here. I'm going to be spending a lot of time looking at this one with the loupe. And a '48 Lincoln, presumably from Brian? Nice border. Well printed. The guys at the auto parts store where I work are gonna love it. So do I.
Well, it's been a slow week for me. Only one card came through the mail -- meltronic's scenic view from Mount Bonnel -- and a little invasion of privacy perhaps?
I did my postcards on Halloween (good time to be in the darkroom) -- it's the first time I've been in the darkroom since May (!). Felt good to be back. I did three different images this time around -- they all went out today.
My favorite thing is to go where I've never been. D. Arbus
It's time to clear-out the backlog of postcard comments ...
The card from OMU is interesting. I like to perspective that you took in making this photograph.
The print from Christopher Walrath is well done. You succeeded at something I have not been able to do - photograph sunsets in b&w well.
A really nice color print from Denis K. This reminded me of my childhood trip through the South Dakota Badlands.
The image from polyglot is very well composed. The bird is not a major part of the image, but is so necessary to the photograph. This is one of my favorite prints this round. Mike Wilde's photograph of Chicago is filled with subtle tonalities. I really like the paper that Mike used. Sadly it is all gone. The matte paper surface gives some "depth" to the print.