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leica 246 monchrom | summilux asph. 50mm Edited by lookbook
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vor einer Stunde schrieb Commander:

Ist der Thread offen?


.. machen wir einen offenen thread daraus uwe!

p.s. fällt mir gerade auf - bist du baujahr 58?
wir waren zeitweise 4 uwe in einer klasse!! : )

vor 1 Stunde schrieb C Lei Lux:

jetzt bitte noch ein beispiel mit ohne engelshaar :)  

na dann hoffen wir mal auf reichlich beteiligung!!
ich kann damit leider nicht dienen - müsste aber unbeding jetzt zu friseur!! : )

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vor einer Stunde schrieb Commander:

Baujahr 61.

Ich war heute schon beim Friseur, mir war da kein Weg zu weit.


.. ja - mit echter genickschussrolle!! - das waren zeiten ... :)

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vor 10 Minuten schrieb harryzet:

um col. walter e. curtz zu zitieren: "das grauen. ich habe das grauen gesehen."

Es war sogar noch viel viel schlimmer, die Bilder kann ich hier aber nicht zeigen.

Die Irritationen wären nicht verantwortbar.


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vor 3 Minuten schrieb Talker:

Was Leica- Fotografen schon alles ansehen mussten, da wird so eine damals modische Matte doch nicht umwerfen... wenn man nicht gerade damals und heute zeigt. Nur zu also! Wenn ich Haare hätte, ich würde sie zeigen. 

Es geht dabei nicht um Haare...


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vor 17 Stunden schrieb Commander:

Baujahr 61.

Ich war heute schon beim Friseur, mir war da kein Weg zu weit.


... former german goalkeeper tony schumacher, better known today as commander eva, moderately talented analog photographer, currently active in the leica user forum.

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