Tuesday, July 11, 2006

00177 Rakeart goes BoingBoing

Well the rake art shots made it onto BoingBoing. Now, the wierd thing is that I don't know how popular BoingBoing is, but I get the impression that it's quite prolific. I've subscribed to it for a year or so and it was Dave (aka Mobilexile) who Flickrmailed me and pointed it out.
Either way, it's on another blog and it's right here.
Whatever it means, I certainly got a sudden surge of interest in the set.

6 comments:

  1. ..they generally get a million hits a day - so you should look to your server..?

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  2. Anonymous1:23 pm

    I found your info through Metafilter, which was posted yesterday.

    Brilliant stuff, kudos on the work that you are doing. Do you have a specific place where you are describing how you are doing this?
    I am seeing some posts about the D50, and a few about kits, but I would be interested in some more detail.

    Also, can I presume you are releasing the shutter via remote control?

    Again, thanks for the interesting and beautiful work.

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  3. Anonymous4:44 pm

    Hi, couldn't find your contact info, but would love to get a hold of you, Lenny. I'm senior editor of a popular tech-lifestyle magazine in Canada. Contact me ASAP at silverberg@digitaljournal.com
    Many thanks,

    Dave

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  4. If anyone wants any info on Kite aerial Photography, just post up a comment here and I'll send you some details.

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  5. Anonymous10:53 pm

    Hi Lenny
    Love your art.
    I decorate sets for movies and would like to hang some on my sets. Are you interested?
    fralini@mindspring.com
    310 628 6248

    Frank

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  6. marketing@cto.gda.pl10:37 am

    Dear Sir,

    On behalf of Ship Design and Research Centre from Gdansk, Poland I would like to ask you about possibility of using your photo entitled „Stick Boat with teeth” and placed on Flicr.com by the address: http://flickr.com/photos/lenny_meriel/5530290/in/set-139251/ for our company wall calendar. The calendar will be printed in 500 copies and distributed mainly among our employees. We need a photo of high photographic resolution (at least 2000 x 3000 pixels).

    I look forward to your response,

    Best regards,
    Malgorzata

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