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April 22, 2015



Congratulations to you both, and especially to Jonathan for seeing his work united with his old home and many people.

Thanks, Dale, thanks, Marly.

That inimitable smile of Jonathan's lights up the room!

Oh, how wonderful for you both! I love Jonathan's book -- and can also imagine that seeing his photographs in this format, in this context, opens them up in entirely new ways. Love to you both.

Kia ora Beth,
Looks amazing and love the joy on your faces. How cool to have such a blend of the past and present.

Wonderful photos, well exhibited, makes me feel like I'm almost there! Congratulations to you both, beaming so happily, so great to be in your old stomping grounds!

Yes, I loved the book, too. I wish I could see the exhibit.

What an experience, and a gift both ways- to bring the past back it it's community and even some of the people in the book. The photos look even more powerful hung this way. And I'm admiring another work of art... yournecklace!

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