THE wheels. The check mate wheels. The key for the lock. The creme de la creme.
A great show with bad weather and good people who own awesome cars.
Acquiring a Polo Harlekin and an infinite supply of serotonin.
Blogging hiatus, bought a clown car.
Good food, good beer, and great friends are the components for a refreshing weekend away from reality, every single time. Usually when life hits you with something hard, it comes in threes- as I've noticed throughout the past few years. Getaways like this- mental resets if you will- help one maintain their sanity throughout the … Continue reading Sierra Nevada Brewery – Asheville, NC
This is somewhat relevant to the "Leica bug" post. A kind of "one that got away" post. Ever since I got my first M3, the Leica bug has kept its jaw clenched tightly on my throat and only lightened it's grip to clamp down harder later on. Back and forth between systems I've gone, trying … Continue reading Old love never rusts, only brasses.
Pre-movie party at Highcroft Racing in Danbury CT followed by a private, pre-release showing of Ron Howard's theatrical masterpiece "Rush".
7Artisans 50mm f/1.1 in M mount rolling review. Real world stuff- no charts or numbers.
Ah, the "Leica bug". Leica Bug [n] An advanced form of G.A.S. that narrowly focuses on Leica products ([usually]specifically that of the M line) that accompanies a deep sense of disappointment when shooting (most) other camera systems following contracting this irreversible affliction. See also: "poverty" Nah, that's not Webster's definition- that's mine. I remember … Continue reading The “Leica bug”
NYC, friends, and Leicas.