I've got two cards :
Craig Cross's "Bunch of sea dollars". Lovely closeup (I've got a preference for the semi-glossy print over the glossy one).
Rory's Marin Headlands. wonderful print of a seascape, with a great tonal range (I usually do not really care for this range, unless it serves the print) which really make it shine. I first felt the foreground was blocked, but a closer look showed the grass' details. The feeling of light is very well conveyed, and the composition is close to perfection. (Note : I already thought I had to try ART300, and this print definitely confirms this !)