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Left me speechless really.
The picture or the lens?
– Peter Maeck
i so want that lens!! fantastic shot, and love the title!!
Do as I do: if you can’t have the lens, have a picture of the lens. Almost as good, right?
Holy cow!!! I don’t think I could carry it, let alone have a clue what to do with it! But this is just a fabulous shot Peter! Lord, that looks like very heavy work – lol!
Actually, I don’t that that’s a lens, I think it’s an oil rig drill.
wow!!! imagine the shots you could capture with that!
You could see inside the souls of your neighbors. As well as a few other things going on in the neighborhood.
Your title!!!!! Love the picture- it’s perfect!
no Peter, it isnt as good,, maybe next time, instead of taking the pic you could jump on him and snatch the lens!! :))
I would have to rent a truck to transport that lens home.
For Sure! Bigger tripod needed! Must cost a pretty penny and do the ‘distance’…
Thanks so much for this note, Betty, especially as it got me over to look at your own gallery where I discover that you, like me, are a writer. And you are one fine writer! I have just read some of your entries and am so impressed with not just the words you write but also the passion and intelligence behind them. Bravo, and I will be returning for more of your visual and verbal art.
Fabulous title and awesome shot :-) love the perspective
Fabulous, awesome comment Kymie. Love it.
Wow, great shot and a lovely title with it ! He’s certainly sure he’s got the biggest one, lol… xox
He’s got the biggest, ah, one of those things, you are right. I had an alternate envy-related title for this one, which you can probably guess.
Lol, yes I can guess but I’m not going to say it… it probably has something to do with Dr. Freud…lol… liefs, anna