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Old 22nd November 2018, 11:45 AM
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Hi Everyone, it has not been the year that I had planned for myself Part of the plan was to produce a number of photo magazines of my work as collections but I have only manged to do two. Links below;

http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/8533877-recall-volume-1

http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/8533877-recall-volume-1

They are two very different styles. Both have been scanned from prints made in the darkroom. I wrote a blog post on my exploits in making the first issue here:
https://photomi7ch.blogspot.com/2018...-magazine.html

For anyone that maybe interested I have 9 of each signed and numbered copies for sale at 10 each including postage and packing to UK addresses. Yes this is more if you by from blurb direct. If you are interested please PM me it is on a first come basis.




If I have over stepped the mark with this post let me know and delete it But I hope not
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Thank you Ian for pointing out that I have duplicated the link. This is the link for the second volume:
http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/8798807-recall-volume-2

It worked right when I tested it but decided to do it's own thing after posting Sorry for the confusion
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Have just tested it works taking you to the right one now
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If my short term memory isn't playing up Mitch, your two original links do take one to two slightly different books. Each has a few of the same pictures appearing in both, but even though the links seem the same on screen, one does get shown different layouts.

A good project with some interesting views, especially as London's skyline is in constant change.

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If my short term memory isn't playing up Mitch, your two original links do take one to two slightly different books. Each has a few of the same pictures appearing in both, but even though the links seem the same on screen, one does get shown different layouts.

A good project with some interesting views, especially as London's skyline is in constant change.

Terry S
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