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Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Beautifully written. Fascinating.

I so enjoyed reading this -

Thanks Peter for a great story. Voja's work ethic discipline and printing creatively is something to be admired and honoured, so thank you Voja.

I don't think I could get 80 negatives in and out of negative holders in 50 minutes. Literally.

I am reminded of Mozart. If you read some biographies you discover two things. He could compose as fast as he could write, when he was on fire. And, this is important, he could write music very very fast.

The story of the 80 prints feels much the same. The artistry on pace with the manual detail and the manual detail ... very very very fast.

I remember reading this the first time you posted it.

I enjoyed it as much as the first time. Thank you.

The video documentary about the life work of this gentleman is an interesting watch.

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