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Subject: [Leica] Amendment to Nathan's PAW 24: Cologne cathedral
From: "Nathan Wajsman (private)" <>
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2003 06:58:36 +0200

You may remember my PAW 24, which showed some pictures taken during my 
motorcycle ride from Zurich to Koblenz in early June. On the second day 
I rode from Koblenz to a friend in Amersfoort in the Netherlands, where 
the motorcycle has been parked since. On the way I stopped for a coffee 
in Cologne, right in front of the famous cathedral. By then I had 
Kodachrome 200 in my Leica CL, and I only got the film finished and 
processed last week. There is one image on the roll that I liked so much 
that I have decided to add it as the 8th alternate to my PAW 24. This 
guy was sitting outside the cathedral with his sign announcing that 
Jesus is coming, time to repent etc. Not that unusual, especially not 
for the US members of the list (this sort of thing is rarer in Europe). 
What caught my eye, however, was how the little boy was looking at the 
preacher in wonderment:
(Leica CL, 40mm Minolta Rokkor, Kodachrome 200)

The complete PAW index is at:
and comments/critique are always welcome and appreciated.

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Nathan Wajsman
Herrliberg (ZH), Switzerland

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