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    Eyes are the windows to the soul

    Is that true for pets? I certainly think so.
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    Re: Eyes are the windows to the soul

    Very nice. That pinhole filter looks like it replaces a $1500 Angenieux 25/0.95 lens

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    Re: Eyes are the windows to the soul

    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Very nice. That pinhole filter looks like it replaces a $1500 Angenieux 25/0.95 lens

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    And certainly a LOT cheaper!!!
    Thanks for the comments, Steve

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    Re: Eyes are the windows to the soul

    Quote Originally Posted by swandy View Post
    Is that true for pets? I certainly think so.Steve

    I agree.


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    Re: Eyes are the windows to the soul

    I always think that when I look at my dog:

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    I totally agree with you and I couldn't resist to make my first post to the forum. This is the soul of Leon.

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    Re: Eyes are the windows to the soul

    And here's His Majesty Mao, the Prince of Siam. All were shot on GF-1 as RAW and developed with no alterations in Sylkypix.


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    Re: Eyes are the windows to the soul

    Some nice Contax lens photos too..
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    Re: Eyes are the windows to the soul

    That's one gorgeous cat, Marko! I love the Siamese coloring. The second photo is especially good. His expressions make him look like an intelligent cat with strong opinions...

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    Re: Eyes are the windows to the soul

    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa View Post
    That's one gorgeous cat, Marko! I love the Siamese coloring. The second photo is especially good. His expressions make him look like an intelligent cat with strong opinions...

    Lisa
    I am so glad you were able to get a glimpse of his soul from the photos! Also very mature and responsible, especially when it comes to general inspection and securing the perimeter. A cosmopolitan too -- my wife brought him from Belgrade to Portland, OR and then to Edmonton.
    By the way, I like your travel photos. I did some around Banff too (with an old Linhof Tehnika 4x5 that was gathering dust in my department [anthropology] for years).

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