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eine Art Selbstportrait.

Ich möchte es den Forenten aber nicht zu schwer machen:

Der Zweite von Rechts bin ich nicht!

Gruß Claus

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Photographiert da nicht einer ?


Ich habe noch bei keinem Foto so viel Schiss gehabt!

Ich wollte eigentlich nur mal so ein Foto machen, aber halt mit 35mm und nicht mit einem 135er.

<Ey, Alter keine Fotos! Mach daß du weiter kommst> Ich darauf: <Mensch guck' mal, so einen alten Foto hast Du noch nie gesehen> <Dann knips ich mal dich!> meinte der Typ. Uff, ich habe dem wirklich die Leica in die Hand gedrückt und er hat das ja ganz gut hin bekommen.

Dann war ich im Gespräch und das Resultat habe ich zum Beispiel hier:



PS: Man sieht es meinen Gesicht an: ich habe krampfhaft überlegt wie schnell ich eigentlich rennen kann.

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