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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    'Nice one of the Fremont, Austin. Tones & tree shadow are a treat.

    Scott S. Do you need a flunky to clean the house, wash the cars, make the coffee - to get to shadow you on how you get/keep SF so clean & punchy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiHoSilver View Post
    'Nice Badgers & Blade, Chris. I've only seen that nose treatment on a Boker - but never have seen a Boker w/ the squared scales at the pivot end.
    It's a Heribert Wacker damascus. Very soon I must start selling the straights, which is going to be a chore as there's hundreds of them!

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    Wacker steel! Yum. Yesterday was a 6/8 Wacker 1/4 grind Spanish point in blond horn scales. 'Have a few Robert Williams customs, but I think the Wacker usually outshaves them. Too bad - selling. 'Hope you're just thinning the herd & keep the favorites.
    All Best to you & yours, Chris.

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    On a walk after work this evening. Nikon D7000, 18-105mm zoom, RAW file processed in PS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    It's a Heribert Wacker damascus. Very soon I must start selling the straights, which is going to be a chore as there's hundreds of them!
    I'll keep an eye on it, Chris. I'm in the opposite side concerning straight numbers: have 2 Bokeh's and a Filarmonica on the way this month, but feeling the need to improve my small numbers. On straights, when you have few, you have nothing.
    Restoring straights is one of my hidden passions. It's cheaper then collect dry stones - I mean Echers and Coticules at least.

    Cheers,

    Renato

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    I did today's roll of Pan F in Rodinal at 11 minutes in 1+ 50.


    Phoenix by chrism229, on Flickr

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    Casa Marina, Key West



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    Quote Originally Posted by RSalles View Post
    I'll keep an eye on it, Chris. I'm in the opposite side concerning straight numbers: have 2 Bokeh's and a Filarmonica on the way this month, but feeling the need to improve my small numbers. On straights, when you have few, you have nothing.
    Restoring straights is one of my hidden passions. It's cheaper then collect dry stones - I mean Echers and Coticules at least.

    Cheers,

    Renato
    Very true, Renato. The restoration efforts are hardly worth the time, but it was the first hobby that more than paid for itself. Buying dry stones: God's way of telling you that you have too much money. Or to borrow from Glen (gssixgun) on SRP: synthetic stones are a science. Natural stones are a romance.

    Chrism - really nice result from the PanF. Delicious detail.

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    Portland by Austin Granger, on Flickr

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    Devils den BBNP


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