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Re: Pinhole gums

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  • Subject: Re: Pinhole gums
  • From: Katharine Thayer <kthayer@pacifier.com>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 12:30:01 -0800
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Wow. :--) Well, first I want you to know what all I went through to
see these. First, I found a copy of Internet Explorer on my hard
drive and opened that and gave it the URL. It worked a long long
time, telling me as it went what it was doing, transferring things
from one place to another and so forth, but when it said it was done,
all it gave me was a blank page. This blank page was blue, and it
didn't have the tabs at the top, like for Marek's gallery, so I
couldn't even see the one thumbnail for each series, as I can with

Then I went and downloaded Firefox. The download took 57 minutes.
Now, with Firefox, I get blank spots for the thumbnails and can't
get anything if I click on them, but I do have the Slide Show option
available to me with this browser, and if I click on that I can
watch the images going by in the slide show. They are mostly quite
pixelated at first, but if I let the show go on long enough (20-30
minutes) they get more better.

It doesn't seem like this should be so hard.

Anyway, in spite of all my whining, I'm glad to see these, as well as
the last few series you've posted that I haven't been able to see
before. Maybe some comments in a bit, but first I need to go check
on a print I've been neglecting while I've been engrossed in this.

On Nov 29, 2008, at 9:38 AM, Marek Matusz wrote:

It has been so quiet on the list that I decided to post some
pictures printed over the holidays. They are gum prints made from
pinhole photographs. I have done the worst thing by posting the
originals as well, but maybe it will create some discussion

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