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Subject: [Leica] Hunstanton Norfolk #6
From: ljkapner at (Leonard J Kapner)
Date: Mon Jul 5 11:52:48 2004

Thanks, Graham. I really like your work and look forward to seeing it. I
have resisted using my Noctilux in the high daylight hours, primarily
because of the carrying bulk and the success I've had with my Summicrons.
But you are changing my mind!



-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Graham
Sent: Monday, July 05, 2004 11:43 AM
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Subject: Re: RE: [Leica] Hunstanton Norfolk #6

>From : "Leonard J Kapner" 
Subject : RE: [Leica] Hunstanton Norfolk #6
Please tell us the story behind this unusual photograph, Graham!

Hi Len,
Not much to tell really. I had walked along the beach from the opposite end
from where the cyclists are looking and I turned 180 degrees to go up the
ramp to the promenade. I had the lead in lines of the ramp, the two figures
positioned nicely, a great sky and the nocti with an orange filter. The
photograph practically took itself. 

The flagpole blends in a bit and I was tempted to clone it out in PhotoShop
but I resisted because it seemed an act of ingratitude to mess around with
such a piece of good fortune. I worry about offending the photographic Gods



Whatever you Wanadoo:

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