John Rawlings wrote:Arrrr....keep your harpoon blades sharpened as we go off on the quest for the white Great sculpin! At least we can refer to Jan as Ishmael and NOT Ahab! Or....have you lost a leg to the white Great sculpin and not told us about it, Jan? - John
So, Jan.....should we now "call you Ismael"????
Jan K wrote:I don't know if this is the Moby Dick of Great sculpins, but it sure doesn't fit their usual camo appearance
When you finish the "real" book, can you airmail one to Thailand for me? Lowell
Jan K wrote:Thank you LCF -
OK, just so you don’t think that I am lazy and ignore the book issue. Here is a little update. I am working on it and it will not simply be just a reprint of the pages you see on this thread. So it is more work for me, but since it is work of love I I am not a professional writer/ photographer/publisher etc.) so I would like to be it something I am not ashamed of. I already send out some pages to on-line printers to see how it comes out on printed page. Some are OK, some are lousy and although cheaper, I would not use them - as I said - after all the effort, some WOW has to be involved here. I did not realize how much hassle is involved. One company prints only horizontal and hardcover. Another only vertical and softcover. At this point, I tend to lean towards soft cover (Cheaper mailing, and vertical works well with the material I am using). The hard cover sample I made pleased my ws so much, that they ordered them for gifts, mostly for their kids, since it has only 20 pages and it gives just a glimpse of what is underwater here. Of course, ordering photo books in such small numbers from on-line company is expensive and would not be practical for the many-page book I have in mind. So I am still searching. If you are interested in the “Beneath the Whidbey Waters” I made for my wife’s coworkers, flier is on my Smugmug since I don’t want to use this site to promote it. Please I welcome any feedback on the issue. Thank you.
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