My cards will be in the mail tomorrow (providing the Post Office is open tomorrow here in BKK).
Never thought it would take so long when I thought about the project for this round. :o
Hope the wait is worth it for you. . . . .
I sat out round 19. Too much other stuff going on. I'd hoped to catch up on a few by checking the print exchange gallery, but there's not one! Couldn't a few of you post your cards - it sounds like there's been lots of great ones.
Sorry guys - the events of the past week have meant I couldn't get to the PO - all closed! :(
Will post out to you all asap. :)
Sorry guys - the events of the past week have meant I couldn't get to the PO - all closed!
Some excuse Nanette! Couldn't you come up with something better? ;)
Hmmm, I'm working on "Curfew extended to 24/7." ;)
Well, the cards keep trickling in from Canada...
wazza's "storm rolling into Cowie bay" -- great sky, but I love the two trees even more. Nice framing to get that echo effect.
DrZish's McCormick's Creek has a great play of light with the shadows of the trees and the trees themselves.
Nanette -- received your great little print in the mail yesterday. It sure brings back memories of Bangkok for me. Cheers.
Boy, have I been slow in commenting on the cards I have received - my apologies!
Anyway, I’ve previously commented on 14 cards from 13 people. Since then, cards from 11 more APUGers have come in:
Black Dog - “Early Light” - nice and dark and moody
crispinuk - “Iceland Farmhouse” - a colour print that just glows
Kwhitmore - “Gift Shop of Horrors” - made me smile, and glad I don’t work there
markrewald - “March 2010 Snow Storm” - a parking meter as art - nice print too
Mike Wilde - “3 5x7s” - you are too generous Mike! - I like the two portraits, especially the one of the actor, which has a sort of period look to it - I also liked the ham radio shack, which made me think of my father’s memories (he was a radio operator in WWII)
OMU - “Pier with snow” - another really nice snow scene, which coincidentally appeared in the mail box the same day as markrewald’s - also a very nice print
Rob Skeoch - “View of Mont-Blanc from the Chamonix Valley” - a crisp and evocative landscape printed very well (snow here too :)
rst - “Zwinger - Rothenburg o.d. Tauber” - like the textures and curves
Tim Gray - “wintery mix” - this says “cold and wet” to me!
trotkiller - “Low Head Lighthouse” - great viewpoint
wazza - “Storm Rolling Into Cowie Bay” - an impressive black and white seascape which benefits from the subtle tint from the colour paper
By my records, 24 people have sent their cards so far, and cards from 6 people (BirgerA, GeoffHill, gordrob, photomem, timk and zumbido) are yet to come. If I have missed acknowledging someone who has sent their card, I apologize and ask that you post here or PM me to advise.
Thanks to everyone for participating.
just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed receiving all your cards! As the new Postcard Exchange will start soon, I thought I would also post that by my records, 23 people have sent their cards so far, and cards from 7 people (BirgerA, drpsilver, gordrob, photomem, timk, wazza and zumbido) are yet to come. If I have missed acknowledging someone who has sent their card, I apologize and ask that you post here or PM me to advise. (sorry Matt for copying your text..)
best regards, and looking forward to Round 20!