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Subject: [Leica] Red-brick Gothic
From: hoppyman at (Geoff Hopkinson)
Date: Wed Mar 19 14:49:04 2008
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Douglas, a very interesting tour with you. There are even some senoritas, oh
that would be frauleins.
I am intrigued to know what you have done to customize your LUG gallery
there as well. All of the normal interface is hidden. Do spill the beans.

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Subject: [Leica] Red-brick Gothic

Totally OT equipment and negative film too - trying out my Rollei 3003, 
bought recently to replace an SL2000F that finally gave up the ghost 
(IMO - the most innovative 35mm camera ever made - the only thing 
missing is a digital back) with a Voigtl?nder Color-Skoparex 4/21mm 
(poosibly the most compact 21mm along with its twin the Rolleinar 4/21) 
on dreary, wet and windy days in Hannover and L?neburg.
The film was cheap Fuji consumer negative stuff that was well over its 
sell-by date (or are Fuji colours always a bit strange?)

City Square in L?neburg, Lower Saxony

Please don't mention verticals - hardly anything is vertical in 
L?neburg, it has something to do with subsidence from the old salt mines.

The edge of the 'Altstadt' in Hannover, Lower Saxony
The old town hall

The old town hall and the Marktkirche in Hannover
No idea what the pentagram on the church tower means .

And even worse weather in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein
The dockyards on the Kieler F?rde

Hope you like them, C+C welcome.

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