NO.1030

That black beast in the middle has kind of been one of my goals. That exact set up, obviously with a variety of top grade glass to go with it. To me, it’s like buying a Rolex. You can’t just get one or be given one (maybe I’m just jealous), it has to be earned or handed down in time. It will slowly then fuse as one with its user… or I’m just talking trash and want one real bad… no, I don’t know.

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4 thoughts on “NO.1030

  1. "Occam Blade"

    Keep taking photos, be genuine as a person and aim high. I started taking photos 43 years ago and have been fascinated by all aspects of photography ever since. When you do get your M9, you will rediscover photography in a unique way. At least it has done so for me. Some things are worth waiting for. A few things in life are worth working hard for. For the M9, both hold true. Good luck with all your pursuits…

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    1. Marc Post author

      Hello Sir! Thank you for taking the time to read about my shallow obsessions and commenting with such depth.
      I think it will be a little while before I can comfortably go out and buy myself an M9 and some glass for it, but I’m sure that when it happens, it’ll feel so good.

      I’ve gone through some of your photos and they’re great! Do you solely shoot with an M9 when shooting digital?
      Thanks again, Carlo!

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      1. "Occam Blade"

        Just to clarify, if not bolster your goals, I’m in my 50s and I got the M9 at the start of that decade, so don’t lose hope nor sight of your goals. About 80% of my digital photography is with the M9, the rest split between a Nikon D200 and a Lumix LX-5, the latter is a great pocket camera and just happens to have a Leica-designed lens. But remember your most important piece of equipment lies between your ears. Keep on clickin’!

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        1. Marc Post author

          Thanks for the boost Carlo, I’ll most definitely be working towards a couple of goals. Always clickin’! 🙂

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