Author: Rick |
July 11, 2012 |
In: Classics, High-Res
Category: Classics, High-Res
#6 #16 Much more interested in getting under their bonnets.
Maybe for a one-night stand. For a life-long relationship however, #3. No doubt about it.
I’ve always waentd to visit Muse9e de l’Arme9e, I find historic military museums and exhibitions really interesting. Recently I visited Kiev with a open air military museum of rocket launchers, cannons, tanks and armoured cars.
<img src=http://www.mynewcarquote.us/free/tac.jpg> This is a nice car, not many appreciate the GT6.<img src=http://www.mynewcarquote.us/nif/bof.jpg>
My dad used to have one of these and i loved it! One of my favourite classic cars of all time
At least one of them lives in Wisconsin!! Chive on Holy Hill!
Looks solid! Seeing the images roll off the press is so exctniig. Just the whole proofing process is awesome. And I love that shot of the girl kissing that guy with her legs around him. So Fresh!cheers-Joey
Back in the days of film I did love having an R6.2 on aesngimsnt along with my M6 and M4-2.Canon did a similar thing to Leica by dropping the FD mount when it went to AF by creating the EF mount for the EOS range. Infuriated a lot of users but as time has shown, it was the correct move.I too wish there was a current digital Leica R camera to use alongside the M9 for long lens and macro work, but it was obviously not economically viable to keep making R equipment as it was not selling compared to the M equipment. I’d rather Leica stayed in business and kept making the wonderful M range, than to continue with the R range and cause itself issues.
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