I have to start out with an apology. I always like to recognize the hard work and creativity of everyone who participates in these Postcard Exchanges by acknowledging each card received and providing my comments. I really fell down on this with respect to this round (#34) and the next (#35) as well. Based on what I can put my hands on, it seems I have received 17 of 24 cards. My comments follow. Where there isnt a title on the card, I made up one that seemed appropriate. Hope you dont mind . drpsilver - Glowing Grass, Napa - The light just dances between the grasses here mooseontheloose - Kyoto in the Snow - Another gorgeous HIE shot - and printed wonderfully too mike c - Tree Bark and Rock - An interesting detail TXFZ1 - Schools Out - An interesting relic, well printed TheMissingLink - Tracks in the Field - Excellent sense of mystery and a fine print ozphoto - Never Again - A sobering reminder - thank you for a memorable card Randalcav - Boulder, Cadillac Mountain, Maine - A beautiful landscape, even if the mountain is kind of short . Nicely printed too megzdad81 - White Amaryllis - Nicely rendered delicate shapes and texture astroclimb - Parallels - An interesting choice of view adelorenzo - Pooley Canyon - Classic scene that looks great well printed on Ilfords Art 300 paper MrBrowning - Phalaenopsis Orchid - The selective development really suits the subject labcoat - Near Loch Ness - Well composed, interesting and the print glows TheToadMen - My Town in Holland - A wonderful albumen print, and a generous thank you too - You Are Welcome JimO - Alien - A great choice of viewpoint Laurent - UFO? - I dont know what it is, but it looks out of this world! kraker - Veluwsche Stoomtrein Maatschappij - Old trains make some of the best postcards, and this one is wonderful anikin - Portland Burnside Bridge - A neat bridge, and an excellent subject for a postcard If you sent me a card, and it isnt on this list, dont blame yourself. Ive probably misplaced it.