Thats very generous of you, thanks Mike! I just thought that since some people seem very interested in the materials used, I shouldn't confuse them :-) But: I might just use some FB paper in the next exchange, I have something in mind...
BTW, found a beautiful card in my mailbox today, from Eugene Anikin. Wow, what a great shot! Great to have a square postcard - it fits perfectly! Love the colors, does it take much longer than B&W?
Thank you gurkenprinz for your kind comment! It really does not take long to print color. As a matter of fact, I'm ashamed to admit
that it took me less than 40 minutes to print all 50 postcards. It took much longer to cut the paper from the roll of Supra III
and to make labels for the backs of the postcards.
I'd like to comment on the new cards I have received in the last couple of weeks:
A prickly card from drpsilver. Very interesting picture of a cactus. I don't think I've seen this variety of cactus before. Very nice!
Troy and Bubbles from Ozphoto. Very original and simply perfect composition, just Wow! An interesting stamp as well...
Uwe's Lime Tree. Honestly, I had no idea that a lime tree can get that big. I love the embossed signature.
blackdog's "A moment observed". These photos of children are always very special. I love the shadow the ray of sunlight makes. Really cool.
The perfect reflections in the lake, the morning mist wafting above it, the calm and symmetrical composition: a postcard that one should be able to buy in the shops! Thanks Antti (amiett) for your card, I really enjoy looking at it!
I got two additional cards in the last days:
Eugene Anikin's Jellyfish, taken with 1 second!
George Richards' Tracks in the snow. This image gets better the longer you lokk at it.
Thank you, Eugene and George!