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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. Still have some blank cards but receive very few requests these days. The only reliable source of information is www.qrz.com. The large number of "QSL information" sites are wrong or inaccurate.

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.

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.









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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