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SOME OF MY FAVORITE QUOTES

The main reason why I photograph with a Leica camera:

“I want simplification, not amplification or complication…I just want light controls … because photography is about light.” – Thorsten Overgaard

“A camera that gives me the joy of ownership and the joy of shooting is much more important than one with the highest number of megapixels or highest ISO performance.” – Yukio Uchida

“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.” ― Ansel Adams

“You just have to live and life will give you pictures.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson

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“Cone of Shame”

Butch wearing the Cone of Shame | Leica M-E, Leica Summilux-M 35mm ASPH.

Today is the second day of treatment for Butch since visiting the veterinary’s office yesterday. He’s a real trooper and did very well last night sleeping with his “satellite” dish around his neck. The lump on his back was covering a small diameter hole and have no idea how it was created. I’m having to squirt some medicine into the area along with warm and cold compresses throughout the day. Hoping for a speedy recovery.

3 comments on ““Cone of Shame”

  1. awe….stay strong sweet dog.

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    1. No worries. He’s a brute as nothing gets in the way of his energy when he turns it on.

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      1. 😀 so he’ll be up in no time.

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