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    Horsing around with the Horseman

    Sorry about the title.
    A few shots from yesterday around Sudbury Town Center.

    First Parish of Sudbury 1723, re-built in 1797
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    Grange Hall, Originally a schoolhouse built in 1849
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    Sudbury Town Hall (terrible shot)
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    and then my one-shot cable started acting up
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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Bob

    My best friend, best man and Godfather of my youngest child, Anthony Martinelli lived since 1967 in Sudbury on Willis Rd and I visited him many times there. Your images bring back wonderful memories of my time with he and his family and are treasured.

    Thanks for the evocation of times past.

    Hope all is well with you and hope to see you again soon.

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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Woody,
    If you are going to the Lighting workshop, I will see you there.
    Next time you are in Sudbury, please feel free to drop in.
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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Nice architectural shots Bob!
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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Jack,
    Thanks, I think I need a longer lens maybe a 45.
    I have tripod head envy.
    Any geared heads other than the arca cube (which is priced at heart attack levels) that are worthwhile?
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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Well there is either the old Majestic or the Bogen 405 or 410. The 410 is msrginally robust for MF so I would go with the larger 405. But in the end, there is no substitute for the Cube -- and it only hurts once...
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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Well there is either the old Majestic or the Bogen 405 or 410. The 410 is msrginally robust for MF so I would go with the larger 405. But in the end, there is no substitute for the Cube -- and it only hurts once...
    Bob - think of it in percentage terms. As a percentage of the cost of an M8 horrific, as a percentage of the cost of a P45+ peanuts.

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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Bob, I have the Bogen 405 if you would like to try it. I can bring it on the 17th and you can take it on extended loan if you want to try it out for a while.

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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Bob,
    Those are great shots. When we get together maybe you can show me how that puppy works.

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    Re: Horsing around with the Horseman

    Bob,
    Images look great. Looking forward to seeing more.
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