Mike Ricca: Lenshound of the Baskervilles
The time has come for me to sell my one-in-a-something Zack Arias-autographed X100s. As much as I adore this camera, papa wants that t and he’s gonna have to sell his s off to get it.
It’s in great condition (the gaff tape is for grip, not repair), if a little loved and scuffed around the edges. It comes with a thumb grip, lens hood, uv filter, body grip (not pictured),and 1 extra battery. On top of which, I’ll throw in this Nikon Wide Adapter that turns the lens into a 24mm.
According to Amazon, the camera starts at $860, used. And that’s not including over $150 worth of accessories. I’m not looking to make a buck. I’d be happy to get $950 for the lot.
"A fountain by Ruth Asawa … depicts images of the Cliff House, the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, the Seal of San Francisco, the band Jefferson Airplane, Francis Scott Key, and other San Francisco sights and figures, among other historical figures.” - wiki
The intricacy and detail on this piece is stunning. I love everyday masterpieces like these.
Reblogged from rowdypilgrim
Had the rare fortune to luck into a ticket to the New York Outstanding in the Field event. I can’t rave enough.
Travels don’t begin in earnest until October 6, but I figure there’s no harm in posting fun New York stuff for now.
I started a travel blog. I haven’t started traveling, though. That bit’s next.
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