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    Just beginning to see some green up here.

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    Re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Carlsbad Caverns.. the stadium-size halls are definitely something to be experienced. Not particularly good place for the M9, but I was able to get a few good ones with slow shutter hand-held.





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    Sentry

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    Spring Green
    Leica M (240) with 35mm Summilux fle, f/3.4 at 1/350th

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    Rufus - A Rescue Dog | Leica M-E, Leica Summilux-M 35mm pre-ASPH
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    Re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pandorf View Post


    Rufus - A Rescue Dog | Leica M-E, Leica Summilux-M 35mm pre-ASPH
    Duane, that one makes me downright homesick. What a great story it tells. It's a different world out here in Hollywood.
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    View of Harborview Medical Center, Beacon Hill Neigborhood with the Pac Med Building (Brown) and VA Medical Center (white Building), Interchange between I-90 and I-95, and SODO Industrial Neighborhood from the 14th floor of the Ninth & James Building.



    Leica M9 ~ Summicrom-M 35mm f/2 ASPH ~ ISO 160 ~ 1/350 ~ f11

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    A few from my recent trip to Dubai and Oman. M 240 with lenses used here 21mm 3.4 super elmar, 35mm summilux FLE, and 50 summilux asph















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    M240, Macro-Elmar
    Sláinte

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    Peacock Rowing Center Docks adjacent to the South Passage Point Park on the South Side of the Lake Union and Portage Bay Shoreline, East Lake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Three with the Noctilux wide open . . .and the OUFRO

    two of your five a day

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    1 with the M and the 75 'cron


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    Hadn't posted in the M threading awhile but here's one with the M9-P and 50 Lux ASPH FLE from not too long ago.

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    12:58 PM ~ Terrace in front of Harborview Medical Center ~ First Hill Neighborhood, Seattle, WA

    The day was a 10!



    M9 with Leica Summilux-M 50mm f1.4 ASPH -- ISO 160 -- 1/500 -- f11

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    My first contributions to this thread. Also one of the first shots I've taken with the newly aquired M240 + 50 slux asph.



    caption: No driving allowed - except for cars (that's literally what the extra sign below implies!)



    caption: evening alone

    Wife's been out of the country for a trip for the past couple of days. Daughter was already in bed.. so I figured:"What the heck, might just as well enjoy a glass of red."

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    Just going through some older pics I never posted.

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    Heavy rain stopped just before sunset tonight:


    M9, Elmarit-M 24mm.

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    8:14 PM ~ View from 4th Ave NE & NE Northlake Way of Tugboat Solana pushing Workbarge, entering North Lake Union, Wallingford Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Off duty today - it was dull and grey, so I popped the 60mm macro Elmarit on my M and took a few snaps in the garden:


    Criss Cross


    Hungry


    Catch it if you can


    Semaphore


    If you want more - then there are some here:


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    'Nuff nattering about a camera that I haven't touched yet. It was sunny out today, and the work on a train bridge that will fly 30 stories (count the steps in the scaffolding on this tower) above a valley leading up to Jerusalem is moving along smartly:



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    A slice of life. It's our independence day in a few days so flags are appearing all over. The rules for the Israeli flag are simple. Two blue lines, with a star of David in between, also in blue. This allows some rather extreme distortions:



    It also looks cool on a white spinnaker, but I don't have a picture of that handy.

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    Norway....


    The camera? Nothing new..M8.
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    Somewhere around Munich...


    M8, ZM 50mm Sonnar.
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    From the archives...reworked.


    Camera with an unpolished metal body.
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    An imaging device my daughter uses at work.


    She says it resolves the DNA.

    How is the resolution of your camera?, she asked me.
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    Weekend game @ National Monument park Jkt

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    Thanks folks for the ' likes '.

    But the argument continued...


    But is it made in Germany, I asked. No she said. The States, she said.

    Is it hand polished for 45 minutes?, I asked with a smirk. She looked at me in astonishment. No but it was made with ultra precision robotics.

    Does it have interchangeable lenses made in Germany, I asked. Yes, she said. But not made in Germany.

    Is it easy to use ?, precision UI, yes she said.

    Live view, built in EVF? Yes she said.

    Battery life? She stared at me with in disbelief.

    Portable? No, she said..a little sadly.

    Made of kgs of aluminum pared down to a small block? No she said. Lead and such like for radiation shielding, she added.

    But can it take portraits of people, cats, dogs etc.., I asked knowing I had her.

    No she said. But it can tell me what you are made of in the minutest detail.

    Dad, she said, now go and make images with what you have. This one is much too expensive..even on evil bay.
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    So I carried what I had and went out...


    And felt at peace with what I had. My daughter was right.

    To each their own.

    p.s. these are three famous mountain peaks in Switzerland. My wife was trying to see how
    far she could climb on the most famous of them. Which one? Another story for another outing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    So I carried what I had and went out...


    And felt at peace with what I had. My daughter was right.

    To each their own.

    p.s. these are three famous mountain peaks in Switzerland. My wife was trying to see how
    far she could climb on the most famous of them. Which one? Another story for another outing.
    Matterhorn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Matterhorn?
    Thanks for looking in Peter.

    This is the Matterhorn..


    But that too is another outing, another story..
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    Thanks for looking in Peter.

    This is the Matterhorn..


    But that too is another outing, another story..
    I spent wonderful time in Zermatt at Matterhorn -hope you do so as well in Switzerland!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    I spent wonderful time in Zermatt at Matterhorn -hope you do so as well in Switzerland!
    Thank you.

    I have taken my family a few times to Zermatt. Once we crossed into Switzerland after a train journey across Austria into Innsbruck and down to
    Interlaken.

    Wonderful trip that was. And so is Austria.

    The three mountains are I the Bernese Oberland. The Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau.

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    Ah, Switzerland is lovely, you remind me. I haven't been to Zermatt or the Matterhorn; I spent a couple of months in and around Zürich in the late 1990s. Took the tram up to the top of Uetliberg many times.

    My camera of choice in those days as a Minox C and a Nikon FM. Somewhere in my archives I have bunches of photos ... :-)

    Fond memories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Ah, Switzerland is lovely, you remind me. I haven't been to Zermatt or the Matterhorn; I spent a couple of months in and around Zürich in the late 1990s. Took the tram up to the top of Uetliberg many times.

    My camera of choice in those days as a Minox C and a Nikon FM. Somewhere in my archives I have bunches of photos ... :-)

    Fond memories.

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    Godrey, indeed a lovely lovely city is Zurich..

    a non-Leica image..


    And along the Bahnhofstrasse; if you have some change burning in your pocket..


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    Great pix Rayyan. And and an intriguing story too.

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    The three mountains are in the Bernese Oberland. The Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau.

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    I've been there many times, but somehow the viewpoint is unfamiliar. Where was this taken from?
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    I've been there many times, but somehow the viewpoint is unfamiliar. Where was this taken from?
    Take 2 cable car rides from Murren or Wengen; past Schilthorn ( of James Bond fame ) and just wander around.

    Of course you could take the cable cars from village of Grindwald and/or around lauterbaurn.

    There are quite a few places one can get such views.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great pix Rayyan. And and an intriguing story too.
    How you doing my friend. Hope all goes well with you and yours.

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    View of Canoe on Union Bay while walking along the Lake Washington Ship Canal Waterside Trail, Montlake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    View of Eight Man Boats with Coxswain practicing on Union Bay while walking along the Lake Washington Ship Canal Waterside Trail, Montlake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Take 2 cable car rides from Murren or Wengen; past Schilthorn ( of James Bond fame ) and just wander around.

    Of course you could take the cable cars from village of Grindwald and/or around lauterbaurn.

    There are quite a few places one can get such views.

    Best
    Ah, that explains it! I've only been to Mürren once, and while I thought I recognised the view, somehow it wasn't quite right.

    I've been to Grindelwald many times, up to First, as well as Kleine Scheidegg, and am much more familiar with the views from there.
    Sláinte

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    How you doing my friend. Hope all goes well with you and yours.

    Thanks for stopping by; and best wishes to you all.

    Best regards.
    Doing ok. Thanks for asking.

    Life goes on, and we try to live in the present.

    Best wishes to you and yours, my friend.
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