The above picture was taken 50 years ago. I was then 18 years old and had the call sign SP5AHL in Warsaw, Poland. The print has been kept by Joergen, OZ3CF who is now M0AXP.
I am retired now and can no longer afford sending all QSL cards automatically. I have in the past 50 years personally filled in and shipped more than 100k QSL cards for my activies using the following call signs: SP5AHL (1960-1966), 3Z0L (1969), SP5PWK (1969-1974), SM0JHF (since 1978), SK0MT, SK0UX, K6JHF, C56JHF, S92JHF, D44CF, 9H3HF, F0HWF, VK2EHK, SV8/SM0JHF, TA0/SM0JHF, SM0JHF/HI3, SM0JHF/HI9, TK/SM0JHF, IS0/SM0JHF, 5B/SM0JHF, 6W/SM0JHF, CT9/SM0JHF, VU3HKE and others.
Please do not send any QSL cards to me either direct or via any QSL bureau. I don't collect QSL cards and cards via bureau are destroyed at arrival. Send only a list, do not send any QSL cards, please.I have a PayPal account now and postage expenses can be compensated this way. Avoid sending letters, IRCs, bills and never send your QSL cards to me. Send e-mail only.
While travelling I try to take photographs of Amateur Radio related objects and get them published in magazines. Here are some examples of photographs I took in different places. When I am in your area, please let me take photographs of your station, antennas or club meeting.
RadCom is a monthly magazine issued by the Radio Society of Great Britain http://www.rsgb.org
All QST images copyright The American Radio Relay League http://www.arrl.org/qst
CQ Magazine from Barcelona, Spain
Above images copyright Henryk Kotowski, SM0JHF
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