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Discussion in 'Birds' started by regit, Dec 23, 2005.
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Nice shot. It has been a while. Good to see you back. Merry Christmas.
Thank you Paul and Ed You guys have a Merry Christmas too!! And to all my friends in the forum, have a great holiday season, and may the new year be the year where you fulfiled all your camera/lens lusts
So great to see you :>))))))
Beautiful Image you have shared.
WONDERFUL NEW YEAR :>)))))))))
Wow, hi stranger!!! Good to see you back. I hope that you've had a productive, healthy happy year and that we'll see you around here more in 2006.
And we miss your beautiful photos--like this one. Soft, warm, and fuzzy indeed!
Very nice Regit. It is good to see you.
Merry Christmas to you and yours!
Hey there my friend so nice to see you op out of nowhere, and of course i expected nothign but magic in your posts and I am not dissapointed. This conveys the thought jsut perfectly
Hi Regit, very cute shot you have here.
Thank you all for the replies, I'm amongst friends 2005 is a rather hectic year for me. Beside my wife (which is a life-long relation), 3 other things are occupying my attention, firstly, this ...
I'm happy to say that it will be all over in 2-3 months time
Next, there is our "pre-parental training" ...
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Which I'm not so proud to say that he's now the new ruler of the house
And finally, whenever I have the time, this ...
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In the midst of the year, I want to try something different... Film! Right about the same time, my D2H went AWOL (with iffy shutter + extras) and the whole repair job took 7 months! Suffering from undue stress from my dog, when the camera returned, I sold it along with most AF, AF-S lenses (short of the 85/1.4 and 1.8)... The D70 remains due to its unique UV quality...
These days, photographic tempo is really slow, but I'm content just walking around grabbing the (much needed) smiles of people around me.
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I am really glad I clicked on this thread. DELIGHTFUL!
Lovely to see you here again !
I get the impression of a post-graduate thesis plan from the MSWord screen capture. And the shift to the Leica-side seems to have suited you (even down to the snazzy old-fashioned leather strap for one body).
Here's to a grand 2006 for you and your wife.