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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrunner View Post
    Sorry to hear that. You have my best wishes, Jim.
    Thanks Jason. Nothing serious. A little preventive maintenance perhaps. Jim
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    Hi Jim,

    Hope you are well. All the best. Hugo

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    Sorry to hear of your need for a delay Jim. Best of luck for a quick solution.

    I drove through Tonapah some 30 years ago on the way to Yosemite for an Ansel Adams workshop. I don't know what's there today, but I shall never forget how that town screamed to be photographed.

    This thread lead me to your links. Love the Bristlecone contact prints.

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    I hope this isn't because the giant lens hord pile collapsed and burried you...

    Get better soon.
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    Best wishes Jim. It may even be possible for me to attend if after Easter and with Hugo's help even bring a sweet camera.


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    Jim, sorry to hear that you are down for some time. This may be good for me and my ever increasing collection of brass lenses. Nothing like the mines in Tonopah but I Love what they have produced so far. I wanted to bring the 8x20 and the 8x10. After Easter may work.


    Jim

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    Jim - here's hoping everything gets better soon. A post-Easter workshop might work for me, too.

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    Thanks to everyone that expressed concern and well wishes. Hoping this will turn out to be win-win as many are suggesting they'll be in better shape to attend in the new year. And Deane, yes, the opportunities are endless and mostly untapped. LOL, I drove through Tonopah in 1974 and my thought then was, all it would take is one match, and this town would be gone. Little did I know I'd end up there and learn to love it. Thanks all.
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    Jim,
    Our thoughts are with you----get well!

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    Jim, I hope everything is well with you and your family. Best Wishes.

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