Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2009/09/11

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Subject: [Leica] Leica Won't Improve Your Photography
From: leica at (R. Clayton McKee)
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 23:40:03 -0500
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Quoth the Henning Wulff :

> I would come visit you with some trepidation. I don't have a fear of
> heights, and don't mind standing at the edge of high cliffs. Being
> pushed off them is another matter.

Fortunately for my continued desire to explore the world, Houston is 
somewhat deficient in the "suitably high cliffs" department.  I think 
there may be viewing platforms on a few of the skyscrapers but none 
of them are actually open.  The cyclists who want to train for 
hillclimbs either travel for most of a day or circle around parking 
garages (trying not to be run over by Houston drivers, which is not 
so simple a task as it should be....)

> However, I did enjoy your site, and visited a number of links; eg,
> Anita Brown's stuff. How is her stuff related to your's?

Only by common interest.  Her hubby, Jules Siegel, is the proprietor 
of another email list ( of which I am a 

Oh.. and I like her stuff, too.

R. Clayton McKee                  
Photojournalist                                 rcmckee at
P O Box 571900                               voice/fax   713/783-3502
Houston, TX 77257-1900                    cell number on request
The only guidebooks worth reading begin with the phrase
    "When you get to the end of the paved road, continue..."

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