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These pictures were taken with a Nixon Coolpix S610 ($4--One M9 = 35 610s) which I bought to help decide whether Lightroom was a good substitute for Darkroom before investing in the M9. The cat is a tonkinese which breed was produced by crossing burmese with siamese. That the cat nuts consider this to be truly a breed is surprising; if you mate two of them, statistically you get 25% burmese, 25% siamese, and 50% tonkinese, just as Mendel would have predicted. I'm sure I can submet better pictures of him in the future. http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/herbk1/Ming+5-21-5.jpg.html http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/herbk1/Ming+5-21-5.jpg.html The flower was just taken on a walk from home, and I just lucked out with it. There was a little Lightroom dodging to suppress the wheels of a car parked across the street from it, but that's ok--I'm not a journalist. http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/herbk1/Flower-2.jpg.html As before, comments and brickbats welcome. Herb -- Herbert Kanner kanner at acm.org 650-326-8204 Do not meddle in the affairs of cats, for they are subtle and will pee on your computer!