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Theme calendar for 2020
12-23-2019, 05:53 PM
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Theme calendar for 2020
Hi Gerard,

Happy Holidays to you and everyone who reads this!

I've been so busy getting ready for Christmas that I just realized how close we are to the end of 2019. Depending on how you look at the calendar, 2020 will either be the end of this decade or the beginning of the next.

Either way, I'm looking forward to the Theme Calendar for 2020 being published on the site. Thanks for the work you put into making this site a great source of inspiration for B&W photography.

Be Happy, Be Fed, Be Warm, Be Safe, and laugh every chance you get! Big Grin

Barry
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12-26-2019, 08:54 PM
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RE: Theme calendar for 2020
(12-23-2019 05:53 PM)fo-tik Wrote:  Hi Gerard,

Happy Holidays to you and everyone who reads this!

I've been so busy getting ready for Christmas that I just realized how close we are to the end of 2019. Depending on how you look at the calendar, 2020 will either be the end of this decade or the beginning of the next.

Either way, I'm looking forward to the Theme Calendar for 2020 being published on the site. Thanks for the work you put into making this site a great source of inspiration for B&W photography.

Be Happy, Be Fed, Be Warm, Be Safe, and laugh every chance you get! Big Grin

Barry


Barry
Thanks for the Holiday greetings!

I am working on the theme calendar as a matter of fact..Smile
Do you have any suggestions you would like to see? if so, let me know.

I appreciate your kind words about the work for keeping this forum a great place to be.

A safe and Happy New Year
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12-27-2019, 02:15 AM
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RE: Theme calendar for 2020
I was thinking of a theme the other day, but I'm not sure how it would be expressed in images.

Trust.

Maybe the trust between photographer and model? A dog and his human? A dozen eggs and a frying pan? Vermouth and Gin?
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