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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Jenkins
    She said fortnight.

    That's so cute. So British.
    Forsooth, for I had no idea that 'fortnight' was a truly British term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Losse
    The current one in the stores here in the states is the September issue on American Landscape.
    It has some white flowers in a pond on the cover. Inside THAT issue is a nice article on my Route 30 project.
    Indeed, George. I noticed that! But since the magazine had arrived two weeks before I saw it (I was away), I felt it could have been a bit late to draw attention to that. With Jorge's (admittedly smaller) entry, it was entirely fresh when I saw it.

    Please accept my apologies for not commenting on your appearance earlier, and consider yourself duly congratulated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ailsa
    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Jenkins
    She said fortnight.

    That's so cute. So British.
    Forsooth, for I had no idea that 'fortnight' was a truly British term.

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    Ailsa
    (Editore, Ye Olde Blacke and White Photography magazine)
    Verily.

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    to quote Alice--

    couriousier and couriousier! :P

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    It's still September at the Barnes and Noble on 82nd St. and Broadway in Manhattan, so I managed to pick up the issue with George Losse's entry last night, and I'm still looking forward to seeing Jorge's.
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    hmm, I may have to look into doing that, I usually pick them up at a local Hastings who still has 1 copy of August on the shelf and nothing else.
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    Congratulations Jorge!

    As a person who has actually seen two of your Pt/Pd prints I can assure the folks here that you do indeed know what your are doing.

    I have been meaning to email you and Thank-you personally for sending those prints out. No real excuse for not doing this with perhaps the exception of "Murphy's Law" of the busy get busier when there is so little time.

    I will be emailing you in the very near future as I wish to ask you a variety of things about those prints. (I made notes ... :wink: )

    As soon as I can find the magazine in Canada I will be purchasing a copy. Indeed a fine and just acknowledgment of a fine and talanted photographer/master printer !!!

    Hope to see more of your work published in the future.

    Kind Regards,
    Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.

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    Thanks for the kind comments James, and certainly will try to answer your questions, but I am far from a master printer. Perhaps it might do good to post the questions here or in the alt printing forum. All that I have learned has been in great part thanks to Clay Harmon, Kerik, and others.

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    We here downunder just got the Sept issue (No 25)... haven't read it it yet, will do that over lunch today

    I've got a suggestion to Ailsa.. make it about 4 times longer... I usually read cover-to-cover the day I get it (I go back and look at the pictures again later in the month)

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