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    From October 4 to January 4 Paula Chamlee and I are having an exhibition of our photographs from Tuscany. The exhibition is at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and is being held in conjunction with an exhibition of 500 Etruscan artifacts--the only United States venue for this exhibition.

    We are giving a lecture at the museum on Tuesday evening, October 21 at 7:30 P.M.

    All are invited.

    www.fernbank.edu/museum (for general information)

    http://www.fernbank.edu/museum/tuscany.html (for information about the exhibition)

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    thanks for the information. I will pass it on to my students. Alas and alack I have a class that night, but will certainly get by to see the exhibit.

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    Thats really great! I'll seriously try to make it there.
    Gary Beasley

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    Got my reservations lined up and look forward to seeing your work.

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    Very nice presentation, stunning prints. There was one hanging on the wall that insisted on becoming three dimensional as I looked at it. Some quality of the lighting enhanced by the Azo prints depth and detail. Michael and Paula seem to be some very nice folks.
    Gary Beasley

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    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
    There was one hanging on the wall that insisted on becoming three dimensional as I looked at it.
    Which one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
    Michael and Paula seem to be some very nice folks.
    I am sure Paula is a very nice lady and definitely way too cute for Michael....the jury is still out on Michael tho...:P

    Just kidding Michael....congratulations on another successful show....

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    Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3
    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
    There was one hanging on the wall that insisted on becoming three dimensional as I looked at it.
    Which one?
    This one:


    (linked to thier website)

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    ...definitely way too cute for Michael...
    Ain't that always the way?

    That's why I'm hopeful my longtime bachelor ways may be ending before too long. I'm getting uglier and crustier by the minute, which should make me a perfect match for an improbably beautiful woman who's far too intelligent and talented to be stuck with the likes of me.

    Yeh, right.

    Wish I could see their prints in person. Even the magazine reproductions are spectacular. I can only imagine the originals.
    Three degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
    This one:
    Interesting. That one doesn't grab me at all. The one that dropped my jaw to the floor is Plate 58 Near San Quirico Val d'Orcia. (On the website.) I've never seen either a finer photograph or a finer print.

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