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Old May 25, 2012, 10:34 PM   #11
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........got the eye-cup yesterday, I am happy again
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Great, don't lose this one.
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James.... heard that
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Old May 28, 2012, 8:16 AM   #15
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......worse! Was out yesterday, got 'way down' close to the ground in high grass growth for an itty-bitty bloom MACRO with the E-3 (which means the P3 was dangling).

After walking for 5-minutes along a trail, I noticed the VF-2 was MISSING !!!!

Back-tracking and searching for 20-minutes all the way to the original shot location...... found it in the deep grass, I will have an OM-D model some day, this VF-2 thing is causing me great frustration to the point I have no hair left.

Once I started breathing normal I went to a different park to shoot Monarch butterflies.

Greg, the monarchs are back at Veterans park, when you get back from the trip maybe we could get together for a morning, (when you come to Arlington Camera for the 75mm) the wildscape area of the park is beginning to flourish.
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Holy cow, man! You're living dangerously. That sounds like a plan, although the 75 might have to wait a little longer than that. I just reserved a room at a hotel on Cape Code for 4 days in August. Along with the rent car, that's E-M5 money.

Au revoir for now. Headed out to go help Katherine takes the puppies to their daycare for the trip (better her than me). Then we're off to the airport.

I decided last minute to take the 7.5mm Rokinon with the 12/24/45 trio. There's just going to be too many opportunities to use that lens to leave it behind.
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...the image that caused the ruckus.
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That is a nice one, alright.
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Note: Never loan Bob a camera with a VF2 attached.
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