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

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Subject: [Leica] Aaron's back with some PAWs
From: aaron.sandler at (Aaron Sandler)
Date: Mon Apr 17 13:46:08 2006
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Thanks, Philippe.

Allison is indeed getting better with the Leica's, isn't she?  I'm going to 
have competition very close to home!

We didn't make it any further south on route 1...mudslides and rockslides 
didn't even allows us to get to "Treebones" where we'd reserved a "yurt" 
for a night to celebrate our anniversary...Next time, perhaps.


At 03:55 AM 4/17/2006, you wrote:
>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.

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