Excellent shot. I'll bet that young lady now wishes she had that body again!


On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 5:37 PM, Brian Walters <supera1...@fastmail.fm> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 15, 2016, at 09:33 AM, Larry Colen wrote:
>>
>>
>> Paul Stenquist wrote:
>> > Autocorrect strikes again. I wrote "the day was grey, my computer decided 
>> > it was great. The transparency sleeve says Encinitas's. That rock 
>> > formation says it's not Santa Monica. I'm sure it was close to LA, as I 
>> > was there on business. There are a lot of rock formations like this near 
>> > Ventura county line. Could be up there. Maybe someone can recognize it.
>>
>> Wherever it was, you did an excellent job of capturing the lovely local
>> scenery.
>
>
> Certainly can't argue with that...
>
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> Cheers
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> Brian
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>> > Paul via phone
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>> >> On Oct 14, 2016, at 5:24 PM, Igor PDML-StR<pdml...@komkon.org>  wrote:
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> Nice, movie-escue image. E.g. it looks like a frame from a movie.
>> >>
>> >> While reading you message, I was rather confused what was the problem:
>> >> why the fact that the day was great should have stopped her from heading 
>> >> out with her board...
>> >> But on the photo, it looks like it may have been not much sunny (was 
>> >> it?)..
>> >>
>> >> Also, just my curiousity: You mentioned Encino. But AFAIK, Encino is not 
>> >> on the shore. Rather Santa Monica would be between Encino and the water.
>> >> Or, was it Encinitas (much more south, closer to San Diego), - which is 
>> >> right on the shore?
>> >>
>> >> Igor
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> Paul Stenquist Fri, 14 Oct 2016 13:54:46 -0700 wrote:
>> >>
>> >> A Kodachrome that I scanned this afternoon. It was a great day on the 
>> >> beach at Encino, California in 1981, but that didn’t stop this young lady 
>> >> from heading out with her board. I probably shot it with my Fuji 801 
>> >> screw mount camera. Not sure about the lens. Looks like it was either the 
>> >> Mamiya 135/2.8 or the Vivitar 200/3.5. Of course that young lady is now 
>> >> well into her 50s. Time flies.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> http://photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=18299421&size=lg
>> >>
>> >> Paul
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