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Subject: Re: [Leica] Nathan's PAW 19: Swiss spring
From: Nathan Wajsman <>
Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 08:49:19 +0200
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Thanks, Ted! The people are critical, as you point out, and are no accident.
This is really an image I composed in the finder and just waited for exactly
this. I had previously noticed that there was a footpath there, and since it was
a gorgeous day with lots of people out and about, I did not have to wait long.


Ted Grant wrote:

> > First, a field near Pfannenstiel, our baby mountain:
> >

> >Hi Nathan,
> First class photographs. The dandelion photo is executed as well as anyone
> would like. And having a couple of people walk through at precisely the
> right spot is perfect.
> Of course they were "models" and you were working with two way hand radios
> to, cue the actors with, "Action!" At precisely the right moment. ;-)
> Yeah I know they just "happened to walk by." :-)  Been there and had it
> happen and been accused of setting the shot up because it was so damn
> perfect nobody believed I could be that lucky. :-)  However, that's life and
> it looks like you and I have the "touch of luck" for these kinds of
> opportunities offered up at just the right moment. ;-)
> good ones!
> ted
> Ted Grant Photography Limited
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