It was the wonder in their eyes and the semi-astonished looks in their faces. We laid out the prints on a large desk and couldn't fit them all despite it being a large desk. There were many 4x6 prints and Stephen and Danielle (as well as my wife and I) were looking over them. Presenting the images in this way really created a new and old experience for us all. It was real. It was tangible. It was the true life of a photograph: Print.
I will be blogging the Whytecliff Park photos eventually but just thought I'd share our experience of receiving and presenting photographs in print form.
Oh, and my cat Hikari makes an appearance at the end ;)