Monday, March 1, 2010

Death Valley with the Leica M9

I left home 15 days ago traveling thru Sedona, South Rim of the Grand Canyon, Sutro Baths, John Muir Woods, Alcatraz, Big Sur, the Carmel Mission, Yosemite, Mono Lake, and Death Valley just to name a few. I've carried and used the M9 in each place. I'm within hours of being home tomorrow then the real work begins. I have well over 1,000 images taken with three cameras but the most were from the M9. I need to sit and review each one all over again and do some test prints from the M9 which I'll report on later.

I left Lone Pine this morning heading for Kingman AZ by way of Death Valley. The sky was very uncooperative with a lot of burn and heavy cloud coverage so much so that the sky looked like one big layer.

This will be my last post for awhile however I do plan on posting my final thoughts of the trip as well as the Leica M9 within a couple of days of getting home. I will stat now that the camera has performed flawlessly these past 15 days with no issues whatsoever (other than me not liking the strap). I've used the camera in the rain, snow, in very cold weather without a problem. I'll write more on this later.

I want to once again thank Dave Gallagher owner of Capture Integration.

Once again thanks for visiting and I hope you've enjoyed the images.  Your comments are always welcome!


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