Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/05/30

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Subject: [Leica] ugh! ugh! nature! it's touching me!
From: don.dory at (Don Dory)
Date: Tue May 30 07:46:50 2006
References: <86070F417851ED468663EC5459FC8A0501D7F5@EXCHANGE.asc.local>

You are the original LeicaSlacker.  Why didn't you record for posterior the
behinds that blocked your view.  Now, about broadcasting your normal
photographs, something could be arranged with some signed prints of your
floating series....


On 5/29/06, Kyle Cassidy <> wrote:
> went on a riverboat cruise yesterday that left from a botanical gardens.
> the riverboat cruise was emminantly forgetable -- it consisted of me 
> staring
> at the enormous, lumpy posteriors of about 40 people pressed up against the
> glass making cooing noises at what apparantly were large bits of flotsam
> streaming out into the rivers from storm drains while i sat in my seat able
> to see nothing but sadly neglected, donut fed rump as far as the eye could
> roam.
> the end could not come swiftly enough. but when it eventually did, i
> meandered through the botanical gardens snapping away with the leica d200
> and a vivitar 100mm 2.8 macro that i got on ebay for $40. while these all
> SAY "bee", none of them are actually of honeybees. there is a bumble bee in
> there with some huge pollin saddles, but most of the rest of them are
> flowers.
> if you tell anybody i was photographing flowers, we're gonna have to step
> outside.
> just so we're clear on that.
> kc
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