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My litle girl was waiting for the sun to shine. So could photograph nice shadows. But she had to be patience because the clouds had other ideas. Pictures taken…

Thank you to everyone who came out today and took part in Houston's 2019 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride. Riders can download the full size images here.

Eigentlich kaufte ich das Bike ausschliesslich wegen dem Felgensatz. Bei der Demontage stellte ich fest, was für einen überragenden Rahmen dieses Velo hat. Ich…

As you know, I like to play with vintage lenses, but how good are the compared with modern lenses. Can they keep up or will they be blown away by their modern…

Keine einfache Aufgabe, dem Sohnemann (12) ein Vintage-Bike zu besorgen und herzurichten, welches ihm nicht über die Nase ragt. Dieses klassische Rennrad der…

Last week I took one of my vintage lenses out again. The Sun Wide Zoom 24 -40mm f3.5 was the lucky one. Did not tried it out before. This lens is bit of a…

Something a little different today! I was in a small antiques shop a few months ago just shortly after my 22nd Birthday and stumbled upon two items that I…

Tested another oldie from the late '70. This Fujica a ST801 in black had a hard life. I bought it for spare parts for my other ST801, almost for nothing. Coming…

For those not familiar with a reel on a fishing rod you need to push a button ( on this type of reel) to lock the fishing line from continuing to come out of…

#1-after reading Robert Frost’s poem, The Road Not Taken, I still struggled with what to do with today’s prompt. #2 - even more confused after reading…

Last week I got my hands on another vintage lens. And one with a big name. It is a Carl Zeiss Tessar 50mm f2.8. The version is a complete silver one. The tessar…

One of my husband's favorite sport activities to watch is car races. He has been to Indy 500 almost as many years as we have been married; we’ve been married…
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