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    WRUW - Sunday - 15 February 2015

    Good morning


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    the Omega logo on the crystal,

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    and a sepia filter, just for fun

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    Happy Sunday!

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    Haven't decided yet, 5 1/2 more hours of Saturday in my time-zone and still wearing the Minerva:

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    I really should switch - stay tuned, if I do, I'll post again in this thread. That will be Sunday for me, so at least 12 hrs before I do so .....

    PS - CFR, fabulous shot of your Speedmaster Professional. I know how hard it is to capture the Ω but feel the way you caught the lume is even more impressive.
    Last edited by MHe225; Feb 15, 2015 at 12:38 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MHe225 View Post

    PS - CFR, fabulous shot of your Speedmaster Professional. I know how hard it is to capture the Ω but feel the way you caught the lume is even more impressive.
    Thank you very much.

    I agree that capturing the logo and the lume simultaneously is a bit tricky, because - somehow - they are almost mutually exclusive; when we get one, we (usually)lose the other.

    Cheers,
    C
    Last edited by CFR; Feb 15, 2015 at 12:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Thank you very much.

    I agree that capturing the logo and the lume simultaneously is a bit tricky, because - somehow - they are almost mutually exclusive; when we get one, we (usually)lose the other.

    Cheers,
    C
    you really have got the hang of it C - your images are quite spectacular nowadays !! and contrary to what some say , it is really easy to take a bad pic of a great face -brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by shameless View Post
    you really have got the hang of it C - your images are quite spectacular nowadays !! and contrary to what some say , it is really easy to take a bad pic of a great face -brilliant
    You know I'm still learning, because you've been kind enough to follow my apprenticeship for sometime...and I really appreciate your comments.

    Thank you, Peter

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    Hope your Sunday is a good one!

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    Potger-Pietri Picture Perfect Chronograph, a quartz Invicta Frankewatch courtesy of ShopNBC. Don't judge, it was early in my watch collecting days. Not a bad watch except the date dial is broken so it is always the ninth day of the month.

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    Outstanding photos, C!

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    Good morning


    Omega Speedy_pro25.jpg

    the Omega logo on the crystal,

    P2140014.JPG

    and a sepia filter, just for fun

    P2140012.JPG

    Happy Sunday!
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