23/30 for this round.
Today a card from Wayne Frederick arrived. Wonderfully framed picture of a massive dog kite. Such a thin a thin photo paper has survived really well. While there is some motion blurr the image is otherwise razor sharp with vivid whites and deep blacks. Thanks
Received Wayne Frederick's 'Snoopy on a Tether' (my title) today. Great photo--I just don't get how you guys/gals can get such good prints out of outdated paper. I guess mine is not only outdated but also cooked.
Wayne Frederick I received one and a half copies of Snoopy on a Tether on the same day. The half ( which happened to be the one with my full address on) came in a plastic bag from my mail organization saying sorry that the product was damamged in the mail stream. Perhaps the other half made it's way back to the maker, who sent me a second print?
I quite like it.
Uwe Pilz A dreamy quite nice coffee toned image of a Scottish thisle, I think.
Nice. I have yet the time to take in the detial. I just wanted to let you know from this brief comment it had arrived.
Wayne Frederick. Got my second complete picture of the dog kite. I really have been spoilt. Now my two kids 7 & 5 can each have their own as they both love the picture. If I got two who missed out?
I too, got two cards from Wayne Frederick. Thanks Wayne -- these big old balloons always bring a smile to my face.
Originally Posted by mooseontheloose
Or should I say +2?
Wayne, your postal service thanks you:D
long time gone... and a trip to the PO yields lotsa surpirises.
welcome home mr. contrast, haslguitar
through the window, bluejeh
man with his horse, mjs
picnic time?, george nova scotia
angel at westminister abbey, bluejeh2
litchfield national park, oxleroad
louvre, detail, rudiger
now with some time to spare will sit and enjoy these and the others i've received this round - thank you all!
also rec'd ths round i believe from peter schrager, backlot in las vegas! thank you peter!
Sorry for the late post, but I've been dealing with neck surgery, pain meds, and a really nasty brace for a couple of months. I wanted to acknowledge some post cards that I don't quite remember them coming in:
Rudiger--'Louvre Detail' -- neat, and one day I hope to see it in person
haslguitar--'Welcome Home, Mr. Contrast'--reminded me a lot of when I lived in Indiana. Usually when the last bird arrived, the whole flock would take off in
a swirl, so there must have been some more stragglers ...
Wayne Frederick -- 'Huge Dog Comes In for a Landing' -- the print looks great--I am constantly amazed at the performance of out of date paper with APUG photographers. When my paper goes out of date it becomes irretrievably fogged over night ...
If I have missed anyone else, I can't locate them, but I enjoyed all I received--they were nice respites while laid up.
I received the very fne cards from Ed an Judy Higham. Thank you!