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Old Nov 12, 2012, 3:43 PM   #11
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Yes koolpc, that's the latest M60mm macroone for the rich people.
Cute..

I do admit I have several things going for me. I'm single, so no one there to tell me I'm nuts (or cannot) spend money the way I do on this hobby, I have a job that pays a decent salary, I have a self-sufficient daughter, saving me lots of $$$$, and a girlfriend who is more than happy letting me spend as much time doing what I want, as I want, with all the fringe benefits otherwise .
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Old Nov 12, 2012, 8:30 PM   #12
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DANG! Greg,

I like all that..............
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Cute..

I do admit I have several things going for me. I'm single, so no one there to tell me I'm nuts (or cannot) spend money the way I do on this hobby, I have a job that pays a decent salary, I have a self-sufficient daughter, saving me lots of $$$$, and a girlfriend who is more than happy letting me spend as much time doing what I want, as I want, with all the fringe benefits otherwise .
You are indeed one LUCKY man
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From what I have seen, the two of you have pretty good gigs, too .
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Awwww, I admit to the pretty good ...... 49 years of bliss tomorrow, 11/15/63!
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Wow. Congratulations Bob.
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Awwww, I admit to the pretty good ...... 49 years of bliss tomorrow, 11/15/63!
Congrats to you & Bonnie!

And, yes Greg, I also do admit to being a pretty lucky guy. But, unlike Bob, I'm only a Junior as we've only been married 43years.

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Great!
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Well, well; how about that: 49 years. Big congrats Bob.
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Old Nov 15, 2012, 1:07 PM   #20
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That is, a LONG time. 43 or 49 years. Heck, I'll only be 51 next month.

A couple of more 60mm f2.8 images. Got lazy and processed them in Olympus Viewer II, which I have to admit can do an excellent job if the file was exposed well. Clip any highlights you wanted to keep and it's pretty much a worthless program to get any of it back though..






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