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    The best Omega picture you ever took?

    I think this is mine:

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    What's yours?

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    Probably this one.

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    Regards Cam

    Tudor Pelagos, Omega Speedmaster 3510.50, Oris 1965 Diver, Tissot Visodate, Junghans Max Bill Auto, Helson Blackbeard, Seiko PADI Turtle, Tag Heuer F1

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    I think this is probably it...

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    Well, I am going to say this is perhaps my third best Omega picture. One of the rarer breeds mind you.

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    It's on an aftermarket bracelet. I just love hand winds!


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    The best Omega picture you ever took?

    I have a two that I like...

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    Omega / Rolex / Oris / Citizen / Seiko / Alpina / G Shock

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    Here's few I took that I considered nicer than regular



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    And you are quite right, but which is the nicest?

    There's some stunning shots here - keep them coming!

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    I was pretty amazed at how this one turned out...

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    Shaken, not stirred... Scamp007's Avatar
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    Hi Matt!

    Hope you're well, it's been a while.

    The Planet Ocean has always been pretty photogenic but of all the photos I took of mine, I think I liked this one best..


    Keeping the British end up..

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