Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1998/11/29

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Subject: Re: [Leica] The Character
From: Dan Cardish <>
Date: Sun, 29 Nov 1998 18:52:50 -0500

Welcome back Oddmund.  The way things are going, you may end up being the
only one left in the LUG whose posts actually reach me.

Dan C.

At 11:43 PM 29-11-98 +0100, you wrote:
>I just sent 3 messages, and got 22, many of them about me. In the beginning 
>I was astonished, and amazed getting all this attention. Now I think it is 
>time to round off... forget about my "character", my person, and whatever. I 
>am a member of the list as the rest of you. What are you afraid about?
>I bought my first Leica about 30 years ago, and I have had several up to the 
>fancy M6. It is a simple and nice camera, an ideal tool for my kind of 
>photography. I've ended up (?) with a M3 and M2 with a couple of lenses, and 
>a couple of other nice cameras. But this is trivial. Cameras are not 
>important. The story is important, the message, your point of view. If you 
>have nothing to say, nothing to tell, it's dead even with the finest
>Now let's turn the page, and talk about photography, images, Leica, the 
>world. That is what we are supposed to do here, isn't it?