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Even better then a suitcase of old photos is a Graflex pacemaker with a questionable shutter and a bunch of 10 year plus expired Polaroid Type 55 film. The images just come out like that right out of the camera. Chris At 06:17 PM 7/31/2008, you wrote: >Chris, I enjoyed looking through these. Your nostalgic theme works well. >Some of them might easily have been from a 50's childhood. The scenic shots >appear to have been a labour of love to create or perhaps you unearthed a >suitcase of negatives from Grandfather's attic? > >Cheers >Geoff >http://www.pbase.com/hoppyman/e >http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/gh/ > >-----Original Message----- >Subject: [Leica] My time at Big Sky > >Each summer we try to take a holiday to Big Sky, which is a house built on >top of a large hill, (some call them mountains) in the town of Halcott, >NY. They aren't mountains in the sense that they weren't caused directly >by an orogeny event but rather the uplift of an entire sedimentary plateau >which was deposited during the Acadian orogeny. Today the plateau >resembles a mountain range due to the subsequent erosion by streams and the >widening of valleys and rounding of hills by glaciers. Look at some >pictures mostly not of eroded hills. The house is at about 3000 feet which >is high for New Yorkers. > ><http://www.imagebrooklyn.com/Vacation%202008/Halcott%202008%20Page/halcott_ >2008_thumbpage.htm> > >Chris Saganich, M.S. >Senior Physicist, Office of Health Physics >Weill Medical College of Cornell University >New York Presbyterian Hospital >email@example.com >http://intranet.med.cornell.edu/research/health_phys/ >Ph. 212.746.6964 >Fax. 212.746.4800 >Office A-0049 > > > > > > > > >"I am the radiation" > >_______________________________________________ >Leica Users Group. >See http://leica-users.org/mailman/listinfo/lug for more information > > > >_______________________________________________ >Leica Users Group. >See http://leica-users.org/mailman/listinfo/lug for more information Chris Saganich, M.S. Senior Physicist, Office of Health Physics Weill Medical College of Cornell University New York Presbyterian Hospital firstname.lastname@example.org http://intranet.med.cornell.edu/research/health_phys/ Ph. 212.746.6964 Fax. 212.746.4800 Office A-0049 "I am the radiation"