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  1. Great information, Logan. Thanks very much! Mike
  2. I'm sorry, too! I was afraid of this since I didn't see it at B&H, Adorama, etc. Apparently, though, Popflash has had some made so, if anyone is looking for a replacement, here's the link: https://www.popflash.com/LC-SR-02 Thank you all for helping me. I really appreciate it!!! Mike
  3. That part number appears to fit the 16-21 f4 Tri-Elmar, the 24 f3.8 Elmar, the Summilux 35 f1.4 ASPH & the Elmar 21 f3.4 ASPH. Mike
  4. It's the cap that slides onto the sun shade and is rectangular. Thank you for checking! Mike
  5. I lost the lens cap for my Leica Elmarit-M 1:2,8/28 ASPH and cannot find the part number for it. My lens has the sun shade so the lens cap is rectangular. I ordered and received part "14 040 but it's too large. Help! Mike
  6. Beautiful subject and I'll compliment your lens/shutter work as well. Nicely done, sir. Mike
  7. Beautiful exposure . . . beautiful lady. Nice work! Mike
  8. Lovely lady! Nice lens/shutter work, too. Mike
  9. Great capture of a couple of guys making memories! Thanks for sharing/ Mike
  10. Pretty lady! Your lens and shutter work isn't bad either. Mike
  11. Well, Rob, you've done it again! What a great photograph! I just showed it to my wife and she "Oh, what a beautiful child! Look at her hair!" We've three grandsons and she was really hoping for a granddaughter. When we were young, we never cared it we had boys or girls . . . we just wanted 10 fingers and toes! So, I asked her why she wanted a granddaughter so much, now, and she said, "Michael, you don't understand! There are no cute clothes for boys." Priorities.
  12. It has been a while since I updated this and I apologize for the delay. Julie was kind enough to send a photo of her dad on a very special day. I studied it and compared it with the photo I'd taken almost a half-century ago. Look at young boy on the right. I saw immediately that time has been kind to Julie's dad since those long-ago days when he shared a laugh with a friend on the floor of Madam Ngai's orphanage at An Lac. In the photo Julie sent, I see a very happy man who has prospered. I'm very grateful to Julie for having shared this and it reminds, oh so well, of th
  13. That photo says "Joy!" to me. It's great! Mike
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