Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/04/17

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Subject: [Leica] Aaron's back with some PAWs
From: philippe.orlent at (Philippe Orlent)
Date: Mon Apr 17 00:55:42 2006
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Great to see you back, Aaron.
Allison made a wonderful photo in the aquarium.
The Big Sur leaning tree is great, too. Don't think it needs the  
split toning, but that just a matter of personal taste.
You're right about that part of route 1: further on towards LA it  
gets a whole lot less interesting (except for maybe Hearst Castle)
Thanks for showing,

Op 17-apr-06, om 02:02 heeft Aaron Sandler het volgende geschreven:

> Hi Folks,
> I've been MIA due to some travelling and other-life interferences,  
> so here I am catching up with a couple of weeks of PAWs.
> Week 13: California People...3 Leica shots from the Monterey  
> aquarium and a friend's place in Carmel.
> Week 14: California Places.  3 Rolleicord split-tones (there's  
> something about Big Sur that makes you want to try your hand at  
> landscapes) and one Leica snapshot from near Big, that's  
> a beautiful part of the world.
> Comments always welcome...Hope all are well.
> -Aaron
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