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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Dog View Post
    Must remind the house elves to keep an eye open!
    Hang on, let me look up which card I sent to you ... ha! That subject should stand the elves
    Do or do not. There's no try. (Yoda)

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    Choosing a neg was fine. Printing 50 odd copies was no problem. Hand writing the messages and addresses was OK...

    Going to the post office was HELL. Still, it's done now. Good luck on receiving them!

    Cheers,

    James.

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    2nd, 3rd and 4th postcard received today from Mike Wilde, three very nice images, as always amazing to see what you can do with old paper. I like all three images, each has its own merits, each breathes its own atmosphere. If I had to choose, I would agree with my fellow countryman FotoGys: first dip of the year. Joyful is indeed the right description for that shot.

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    I too got Mike Wilde's 3 cards, thanks! And like the others the first dip is great, love the scene of the trio and always love to see the old papers.

    Got the Bean too, great reflections and interesting moment to capture. Thanks!

    Still haven't done mine...
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    Received Mike Wildes three-pack yesterday. I would agree with the others, First dip is my favorite over the other two images. Thanks Mike!

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    Ruediger
    Do or do not. There's no try. (Yoda)

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    The care from piu58 (Uwe Pilz) is wonderful. The feeling age and conflict are very strong. Great tones and super sharp!
    The card from JRollinger was immediately recognized. I has at the very same place in July for a wedding (and photography). "The Bean" or "Cloud's Rest" is a really neat place to visit (as well as study the physics of mirrors).
    Of the three prints from Mike Wilde I like "First Dip of the Year".

    Lastly, I am hoping the get some darkroom time this weekend. I hope to have my cards out by month end.

    Regards,
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    Dear all,

    I receive my first card from Ruediger this morning. Luftpost is fast

    Ruediger, very nice postcard and a discovery for me. Indeed, Germans are very king with our "dog friend".

    The landscapes behind is beautiful and "zen".

    Thanks a lot

    I am printing mine and posting them this week-end.

    All the best

    Rom

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    Received rst's Aliens yesterday. Recognised it as Rüdigers card just by seeing and feeling the type of paper; it's the same paper you used in the previous round, isn't it?

    Nice minimalistic, graphic subject. They are among us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kraker View Post
    ... it's the same paper you used in the previous round, isn't it?
    Yes it is and I hope you like it since I am going to use this paper for the next rounds too. My standard paper right now is Ilford MG WT FB, but this paper comes second and does not stress my wallet as much as the Ilford does. And in fact, it is a total different paper, more on the neutral side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rst View Post
    Yes it is and I hope you like it
    I like it a lot, so please keep using it in future exchanges. But not without telling us which paper it is.

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