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    I'm not sure how postcards arrive faster to California, France, and Australia than they do within the province of B.C., but I too have finally received Sly's wonderful card of the man and his camera. Gorgeous tones all around and the toning really makes the image sing.

    I also received Mark Rewald's image of the Colorado Capital Building, a beautiful infrared image. I really like the backlight in this one Mark, and you've really captured the wonderful glow of infrared in your print.
    Rachelle

    My favorite thing is to go where I've never been. D. Arbus

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    I too loved Sly's photo - arrived this week!

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    I got rtbadman and markrewald's cards this week. It's so nice to get something in the mail other than catalogs and bills!

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    When it rains it pours - five in the last two days!
    - kwhitmore's pillars - nice detail in all the concrete castings
    - Rob Skeoch's dusty bikes (now there's a lot of flat tyres!)
    - Hoffy's bridge detail (which way up does it go!?)
    - sly's beautiful period-piece - the toning and subject go so very well together
    - Mark Rewald's IR Capital - great backlight and glow

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    Mark Rewald's IR image made it to BKK yesterday - I really miss this film!

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    OK, so I printed a few upside down. The verticle pipe goes into the path.....

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    Three more to report on since the last update..

    crispinuk Glen Coe Plantation - Hints of an Ansel Adams Aspen grove there.

    Rob Skeoch Dusty Bikes - Got munched a little in the post, but still, nice shot.

    sly Man and his Speed Graphic - Love the treatment of the subject. Makes me realise I missed out on the event that was on my doorstep.

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    I also received Mark Rewald's infrared shot and Sly's 40's man.
    Mark- even on expired film and paper you achieved this wonderful glow and contrast, amazing.
    Sly- your card had me totally fooled...I thought this was an old negative resurrected and reprinted or something. So well done, I love the tones and the sharpness. Awesome!

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    Received a card from hoffy. I like how the contrast between the door and house accents the door greatly. You captured all the subtle detail of the door wood grain very well. Well done.

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    Darwin

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    Hoffy, yes my card is a contact print from the 4x5 negative.

    Rachelle - it seems that the first print to get to its destination was the 8x10 that I mailed to England for subject of the photo. Makes you wonder what they do at Canada Post - they get stuff out of the country quickly, but can take a week to get something 75 miles to Victoria.

    Paul - wasn't it you who told me about the 40's weekend? Maybe you can catch next year's. Lots of photo opportunities.



 

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