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  copyrights and imports
  Posted by: willowleaf on Jun-14-13 9:57 AM (EST)
 

Gnarly, I wouldn't pinch your images (that's why I asked). Both my siblings are artists and one is married to a renowned professional fine arts photographer -- also have several close friends who make their living selling their artwork. I respect the value of individuals' creative property. Have you considered publishing an annual calendar with your sea kayaking images? Even if it had sponsor ads on it, I'd love to have some of your shots to look at on the walls of my dismal office cube.

FR -- point taken on the Novorca domestic production. Honestly, had I realized that the NLP's were imports it might have colored my decision (my bad for not doing due diligence). I've always tried to support resident craftspeople when the choice was there (hence my willingness to pay the premium for Feathercraft kayaks). I do plan to order a Novorca eventually as my one-piece CF GP -- have been admiring them for ages. Maybe a christmas present to myself this year. I'll be retiring soon and doing a lot more ambitious paddling so I've been equipping the armada while the cash flow is still strong.

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