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My friend Tony visited me earlier today and he is quite the machinist and fixer of all things unusual. I enjoyed your description Curtis. When it comes to these old lenses, Corvettes, antique and collectible firearms, I consider myself the custodian an important role to ensure that they live on and have a future with some other person who appreciates what they are.
I will have some pictures tomorrow, but I am totally thrilled the lens is not a loss. The focus ring is stiff but I actually seem to enjoy the stiffness, Time will tell but overall I'm just happy.
Tony chased the threads and I am also able to start using. a 52 mm filter on it which once again will afford a protection should I decide to crash to the ground with it.
Samy I like your recent pictures, Curtis I like the Goldengate signs, Rafael make the best you can with the wildfires in your area, Ray another new lens and you didn't tell me WoW. Reagan I need somebody to charm some of these nurses. Peter, Philippe, Steve, Scott, Jay enjoyed looking at your posts. Ram how is your move going is everything settled is the woman happy with the new environment. Kevin how are you doing? Also omitted Andy, David. Georg, and I guess we got a new George. Hitting the like button, seeing the pictures is my sole inspiration at this particular time of my life. I'm writing this from memory can't forget the ladies Mihai, Laura thank you for your kind words and the likes. Breakfast in a little while the highlight of my day Yuk!
I also made a few buddies while I was here I'll post those pictures tomorrow. I escaped through one of the side doors with the wheelchair and quickly almost ran off another curb. I'm going to need a leash but my camera will be with me with the 50 512 will be on it. Or maybe the 105.
I took the rehab testing it seems that I am stronger now then I have to be. As a matter-of-fact I scored 250% of the test maximum so I have the arm strength to do what I need to do
Ken, as moved as I was by your tragedy, I have to admit feeling a pang of remorse at the possibility a 55 f/1.2 S.C. had bitten the dust. I guess the lens is no more precious than you or me, but we expect to leave the mortal coil and there is absolutely NO reason that these much loved lenses need to go. Granted, as the Buddhists say, we should meditate on the vase already broken, or in this case, the lens already broken but... in the same way they'll never replicate my 1965 Stingray coupe, they will never make...Show more →