If money was no object , I would go to philosophy and art history , optics , glass blowing schools in Italy and Germany. I would spend my money in to them and see what happens to my photographs 15 years later.
+1. I already have more material possessions than anyone realistically needs. I, too, would opt for the education route: pursuing further studies in philosophy, art history, and literature would be my dream. And, like you, Sir, I would like to see where these avenues took my photography...
Mostly a large assortment of F-series Nikons: F2ASs, F2As, F2s, F3HPs, F5s and an F6. But my still-growing "family" also includes a pair of M6s, a pair of 500c/ms and a D800 (nobody is perfect...). In all, enough to make my insurance agent a little nervous when I travel...
Favorite films: KE ("Kodachrome Era"): PKM25 and PKR64 (RIP); PK ("Post Kodachrome"): E100G, PanF Plus, FP4 Plus, HP5 Plus/Tri-X... and I am starting to appreciate the virtues of Delta 3200.
At first i didn't understand you meant ladies in a figurative manner.
Did I? Hmmm, I dunno about figurative... They all have Cytherean figures, that's for sure--we're talking 4 x F2 here: great genes, the perfect phenotype; curves to die for and muscle tone to make Masha Sharapova green... Not that any of them ever needed a bubbly CLA in those past four decades, it would merely be a sign of my awe and admiration. (Likely to be spurned, I know; "Just give us something to shoot," they'd say.)
Oi, each much more a lady than I will ever be a gentleman!