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    I've received many cards since I last updated. I will try and get them all listed tomorrow or later tonight.

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    My cards left Australia yesterday, apologies for the delay
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    Hi everybody,

    received quite a few cards over the last weeks (in no chronological order):

    -DrZish's very calm and inviting creek. Nice spring light!
    -a very detailed lighthouse photo from Trotkiller
    -from Kathy Whitmore, a snow storm picture that forces me to remember these really cold winter days! Gives me a chill, has a very raw feeling to it.
    -OMU's pier with beautiful reflections in the lake - and is exactly like I imagine a beautiful winter day in Norway.
    -from rst, an interesting shot that shows very old structures and is composed very well! Das Motiv gefällt, Rüdiger! :-)
    -Mark Rewald's snow-covered light meter, and a street that reminds me of my time in the States.
    -Rob Skeoch's Mont Blanc picture which has a very dramatic feel to it, great composition! this is a beautiful mountain photographed beautifully!
    -Last but most certainly not least: Crispin's color print of an abandoned house is one of my absolute favourites. Jewel-like, unusual and also stunning colors!

    I want to thank all of you for brightening my days with your cards!

    Cheers,
    Chris
    -Mark Rewald's snow-covered meters

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    I received RST's Zwinger yesterday. Thanks for this nice print !
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    Rudiger's and Judith's postcards arrived yesterday - a nice complementary pair from father and daugher. Thanks!
    Rachelle

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    Rüdiger and Judith's cards came this morning, as did Dr. Zish's river scene. Thank you!

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    Another package arrived today bearing cards:

    Two wonderful snowy scenes: Rob Skeoch's dramatic Mont Blanc and Mark Rewald's overloaded snowy tree and meter.


    These provide a nice contrast to the more summery cards of trotkiller's dominating lighthouse and Wayne Frederick's tomatoes - I only hope mine look as good in the next couple of months.

    Thanks everyone!
    Rachelle

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    I got the Storm Rolling Into Cowie Bay Daintree from Wazza this morning. Super nice print, I love the "tint" in it. I do not know if it is on the neg or the paper, but it is a nice cold grey. Speaking about the paper, it is really thin compared to what I am used to. Thanks for a such beautiful picture.
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    Thanks Patrick The print is a bit thin as its FujiCrystal archive output through a Frontier. I normally print using fibre so matched this print on the output device. I had to put together an exhibition in the middle of this round so was forced to output through the Frontier I just ran out of time to complete all the printing and framing for the show.
    Love your great country, I think Australians and Canadians share a lot in common.
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    I got Wazza's Storm Rolling Into Cowie Bay Daintree yesterday. What a print ! I first thought it was color, there is a kind of "cool" effect in the sky and I believed it was blue at first glance. I love the composition also, thanks Wazza !!
    Laurent

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