Back in New York and Indiana, I used to make my own greeting cards to sell at craft fairs and flea markets. I would have liked to continue here in Cairo, but cards are not really a big thing here since mail delivery is a luxury. People exchange birthday cards, but the selection is small and usually only found at the Stationers. Sadly, I left all my card stock and supplies behind. When I first started this, I was using a film camera and lost all my negatives due to the move to Egypt also. But I have some of the later digital photos still on my hard drive. Since they are just sitting there doing nothing - I decided to let them see the light of day by putting them on the website. My apologies to those of you who may be bored out of your minds by this, but here are some:
(All photos and designs © IMAN SATORI / ONE FLEETING GLIMPSE. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)
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