Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2011/04/14

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: From the Wayback Machine, Mike and Quark
From: philippe.amard at (philippe.amard)
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 23:09:13 +0200
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This is a most beautiful shot Larry

I'm not much into boats or sea, but this moment is a treasure by itself

I clicked to view it large, and large it was :-)

If you still have the boat and camera :-)

More of this high caliber to show?

Bien cordialement de Metz

Le 14 avr. 11 ? 21:10, Lawrence Zeitlin a ?crit :

>> From the Wayback Machine. This photo of my son crewing our sail  
>> boat was
> taken in 1970 with a Kodak Medalist camera. The Kodak Medalist,  
> sporting the
> best lens that Kodak ever made, was a three pound WW2 era combat  
> camera,
> euphemistically called a miniature, that took 6x9 cm. pictures. Its  
> major
> fault was that it used long discontinued 620 film. The picture was  
> taken in
> the late afternoon in fading sunlight on Kodacolor print film. My  
> son has
> since grown, served as an officer in the Navy, married and has two  
> children
> of his own. I still have the boat and the camera.
> Larry Z
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In reply to: Message from lrzeitlin at (Lawrence Zeitlin) ([Leica] IMG: From the Wayback Machine, Mike and Quark)