PF weekly gallery and book update on 10-17-2021

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The PhotoForum members' gallery/exhibit space was updated with 5 new photographs on October 17, 2021. 
Authors with work now on display at:  include:              

Scott Thurmond - Radio City Music Hall at Christmas 
Bob McCulloch - Awaiting Dawn 
Chris Strevens - where's my snack? 
John Retallack - Blue Hydrangea Mendon Sky
Andrew Davidhazy- Happy 
Kostas Papakotas - Angles 
Roy Miller - Event Horizon For Bubbles 
Emily Ferguson - Day's end, Franconia Notch. 

To participate in this activity send your contributions early and keeping them near 1000 pix in longest dimension and 200Kb in maximum size. Large images that run off the edges of average monitors are a pain. Larger is not always better!

If you have doubts about how to prepare images just send them anyway and the capable gallery staff will adjust them for exhibition.

From: Zsuzsa and the rest of the gallery staff

Book project news:

You can review the proposed guidelines for the preparation of this edition at:

Contributions from 5 members already received (*). So far the list of interested contributors is at 20 ... any more? did I omit someone?

 1 Roy Miller       	     	    *
 2 Lea Murphy
 3 David Dyer-Bennet
 4 John Retallack    	    *
 5 Rob Talbot
 6 Herschel Mair
 7 Russ Baker
 8 Belinda Peters 
 9 Dan Mitchell      		    *
10 Andrew Davidhazy
11 Mário Pires
12 Jim Snarski
13 Randy Little
14 Pini Vollach
15 Martha Johnson
17 Christopher Strevens     * 
18 Guy Glorieux
19 Kostas Papakotas
20 Robert Sull         	    *

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