24 from 30 so far
I have been as poor noting the arrivals and I was getting this round of prints done. But as mentioned earlier prints out, and now to note the 16 new arrivals.
drpsilver - Me, the bean, Chicago.
steelbar - Abandoned school.
delphine - Brighton Marina.
Nige - View from front veranda.
bluejeh2 - Building in a ghost town.
bluejeh - Coffee carafe.
Winger - Leaves.
Trond - Bird.
markbarendt - Oahu North Shore.
kraker - Winter landscape.
crispinuk - Ginger Flower.
George Nova Scotia - Daylily, Duck Duck Goose, CATV tower.
andrew.vartabedian - Exposed valve spring.
hoffy - Huddle of humpies.
Derek Lofgreen - Lava Arch.
Kc2edh - Strength of Irene.
ccross - Canopy of Leaves
Thanks everyone for some truely memorable cards.
My postcards went to the post office today. Sorry for being late, but finally, they should arrive at your door soon.
Derek's Lava Arch and Andrew's Spring arrived this week - a nice change to the junk mail (and bills!).
I got two more cards: Laurent's wonderful shot of a lake in the morning and Rüdiger's pinhole shot along the riverside. Great use of pinhole!!
Sorry it's been awhile -- I moved house in late March and I'm still unpacking! Here are the postcards I've received since then:
George Nova Scotia's Kodak triple play. I especially like the daylily photo, despite the fog.
Two colour photos - Black Dog's "A moment gathered from coincidence" and Hoffy's Holden HQ Monaro race car. Like the attention to detail in both photos.
Likewise, Andrew's exposed valve is a nice detailed study, although I find it a little dark.
Postcards with a water theme: Laurent's nearly frozen Loire, Rudiger's River Rhine pinhole, and Derek's Lava Arch are all very tranquil.
ccross's canopy of leaves and crispinuk's ginger flower both have a lot of interesting high-contrast detail.
Kc2edh's "Strength of Irene" shows the real power of nature, while kraker's winter landscape shows its more enduring nature.
Oxleyroad's termite maze is really interesting, and the pieces of metal give some measure of it's size, otherwise I would think you took that photo of a massive canyon from above.
Trond's bird is beautiful and sad all at the same time.
Labcoat's U of Maryland's campus reminds me of my days as a uni student, unfortunately it arrived a little damaged on both sides of the postcard, but got here nonetheless!
Finally, I have one more card from Bodie, California of a window with mesh and a bowl on the windowsill -- there's no name, but I like it!
I've received 32 cards so far, only missing cards from Azzy, gordrob, jackie_like_the_chan, Jon King, KanFotog, markrewald, megzdad81, Ricus.stormfire, and tj01. Just a reminder that I've moved, and that any cards sent should be sent to my new address.
Similarly, if anyone is missing a card from me, let me know and I'll send off another.
This week I received 3 more cards :
A. Vardabedian's valve spring.
Johannes's tricycle makes me think of a Eggleston's photograph.
Ruediger's river pinhole : makes me want (again) to try the pinhole. Could be a good cure for GAS and the results (at least your's, Ruediger) are lovely !
Ready for round 26........eye of the tiger fellow apuggers, eye of the tiger....:D
Ruediger's - Pin hole view of the river arrived today. Very sharp image. I too like Laurent need to get back into using my pin hole cameras.
I received Craig's card... In pieces. Thanks USPS!!!
It came in a nice little envelope that basically stated "Our machine ate your mail, sorry about your luck!"
Mark Rewald's "Red Dancers" arrived today -- wonderful photo, think I'll trying experimenting with redscale after seeing this!