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    Quote Originally Posted by Soeren
    Whats next Sean ? Your own Powerplant ?
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    AHH this is the last day at work before a long nice holiday
    Are we talking about B&W US or B&W UK, if US, I don't seem to be able to find the article, which is a shame, cause I can't get the UK mag where I live.

    Bummers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satinsnow
    Are we talking about B&W US or B&W UK, if US, I don't seem to be able to find the article, which is a shame, cause I can't get the UK mag where I live.

    Bummers...

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    It's in B&W UK. Sorry to hear you can't get it where you live. How about subscribtion ?
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    Isn't there a "Black and White" magazine from the UK, and a "B&W" magazine from the US? Is the photograph of Sean's Brontosaurian Enlarger in "Black and White", and people are abreviating it to "B&W"? I'm getting confused...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MurrayMinchin
    Isn't there a "Black and White" magazine from the UK, and a "B&W" magazine from the US? Is the photograph of Sean's Brontosaurian Enlarger in "Black and White", and people are abreviating it to "B&W"? I'm getting confused...

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    Yes Thats Right but as I understand there is two versions of the
    Black & White Photography, UK and US, or am I wrong ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flotsam
    Is it really true that Sean's Darkroom and the Great Wall of China are the only man made structures that are visible from outer space?
    No that's something of an urban legend, the Great Wall of China isn't visible from outer space .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galaxens President
    No that's something of an urban legend, the Great Wall of China isn't visible from outer space .
    But Seans Darkroom is ?
    Søren

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    Sean, can you post some pictures? If they are in the darkroom portraits thread, I didn't see them.
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    there are some in this thread from when I finished building it:
    http://www.apug.org/forums/showthrea...light=darkroom

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