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Discussion in 'Printer Forum Announcements & Feedback' started by Support, Apr 14, 2015.

  1. Apr 30, 2015
    Support

    Support Printing Ninja Staff Member

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    Thank you @Smudger for your submissions! We chose your Canon print shot for this weeks POW :)
     
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    Smudger

    Smudger Fan of Printing

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    "This image is so brilliantly awesome!!!!"

    Yes. It is so totally like brilliantly awesome. Where's my $20?

    :)
     
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    Smudger

    Smudger Fan of Printing

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    Thank you. I am deeply unworthy of this honour.
     
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    The Hat

    The Hat Printer VIP Moderator

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    @Smudger does that mean you want to donate your 20 bucks.. :duc :D
     
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    Smudger Fan of Printing

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    Good idea!

    I donate it towards the $40 of ChromaLife it cost to make the print. :weee
     
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    The Hat

    The Hat Printer VIP Moderator

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    I start my day with a bowl of PrinterKnowledge cart flakes too, it sure brightens up my morning..
    Awesome Pic.:thumbsup
     
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    Nifty

    Nifty Printer Master Administrator

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    hahahaha!! I love it!
     
  8. May 1, 2015
    fotofreek

    fotofreek Printer Master Moderator

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    Absolutely necessary to investigate it in the flesh(-colored oils).
     
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    Fotofreek toi ditz: 'Absolutely necessary to investigate it in the flesh(-colored oils).'

    It's behind guard-rails and bullet-proof glass now. Average viewing time due to crowds: 90 seconds. :(
     
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    fotofreek

    fotofreek Printer Master Moderator

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    I was first able to view this most famous and beautiful inscrutable smile in spring, 1961. As I recall, the only barrier was a velvet rope line just feet from the painting. Again in spring, 1966, my recollection was that the view was unimpeded by a fixed rail or bullet-proof glass. Fortunately, these, and subsequent trips to Paris were at times other than the crush of tourist season, so there was no need to rush through any museum.
     

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