Great to hear from you! Welcome back!Mrs. M is into bird watching and I'm into cursing digital imaging(as I almost threw my OMD-EM1 intot the ocean when we still lived in FL) in favor of my trusted 35mm gear. I miss too many shots with digital. 35mm is much faster.Best of luck with birds, cameras (digital or film) and all your other adventures.
She's back!! What wonderful cursive type, and I discovered a new bird today, thanks to you. I look forward to more. Keep safe and well.
Welcome back! We'll be very happy to see your birdwatching photos. Also, the word "Switzerland" looks wonderful in Upright Script. :D
Lovely script, that - and I admire your ability to walk away from a burgundy Speedline Silent :)To similarly limit my 'hoarder' inclination (as my family have diagnosed it), have been aiming for unattainable machines - and when one does appear, to sell another one to make space. And by veering off into other domains of course; restoring and experiencing diverse vintage items; "retro tech Holland"...And welcome back (-:
To echo everybody else (a month late), welcome back! I hope you've been ok since you put this up and that you and yours are as healthy as can be hoped.-D
So happy to read you!
Adwoa, good to hear you are still out and about and tickling the typewriter keys. I completely get the hiatus - the world on both sides of the Atlantic has seemed like a hostile place the last few years but does our common hardware bind us all? I'm thrilled to see your goosander. Some years there's a pair on the Thames just upstream from me. When I see them it is always unexpectedly and always with a sense of disbelief and always too fast in flight to photograph. Best wishes, Rob
well hello! Good to see you're still active and observing the world :-)
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