Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/10/08

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Subject: [Leica] PESO: Insect Removal
From: jshul at (Jim Shulman)
Date: Mon Oct 8 08:59:12 2007
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Yes, she did pin the bee right there <g>


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[] On Behalf Of Jim
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2007 10:52 AM
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Subject: Re: [Leica] PESO: Insect Removal

I think that this was staged, right?


Jim, "Hope I die before I get old" Who-menway

Jim Shulman wrote:
> Taken tonight at a chi-chi gala function.  Pin on the lady's back was a
> and diamond bee.
> Camera was the Olympus digital that my next door neighbor gave me a few
> months ago.
> For those who want to see recent pictures shot with an honest-to-goodness
> film Leica (M3) with Summilux 50 and non-AA 90, Kodak 800 C-41, go to:
>  and click on individual images to enlarge.
> Pianist shown in rehearsal with the Reading Symphony was the incomparable
> Yuja Wang.  If you have the chance to hear her, by all means go--she's a
> stunning, mature artist, and only 20!
> Jim Shulman
> Bryn Mawr, PA

In reply to: Message from kcassidy at (Kyle Cassidy) ([Leica] images from washington's crossing)
Message from jshul at (Jim Shulman) ([Leica] PESO: Insect Removal)
Message from Jim at (Jim Hemenway) ([Leica] PESO: Insect Removal)