The Financial Times visits The AMCHPR

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Re: The Financial Times visits The AMCHPR

Postby Wasp » January 17th 2017, 6:03am

AlbertaTime wrote:
Wasp wrote:Your missing the sampan. Coffee table book.

Hadn't thought of that. I wonder if there'd be any market. Be a great excuse to take more photos :-)

Let's review.

You have:

The product

The knowledge

The photography skills

The Red Dragon connections

The literary skills

An unfilled niche

Insight to the subjects history

The G2 to put it together in a marketable package.

Conjurer is the go to guy if you're entertaining the idea.

Other than that you got nothing.

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Re: The Financial Times visits The AMCHPR

Postby codguy » January 17th 2017, 6:29am

I applaud you Ron :bvbvbv:

Great that you are getting the much deserved recognition!!
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Re: The Financial Times visits The AMCHPR

Postby smellody » January 17th 2017, 7:58am

Very nice article Ron!
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Re: The Financial Times visits The AMCHPR

Postby AlbertaTime » January 17th 2017, 10:42am

I don't really have the words to thank you all enough for your support (smellody, codguy and Wasp most recently). I don't take it for granted, and I appreciate it more than you might know. 2016 was a tough year for me (as it was for many) so this is a great way to start my 2017.
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