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June 16, 2010

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That is a magnificent scene and photo you took of it.

Such a beautiful image. So peaceful and serene. Looks like you've been making the most of your "pocket camera".

nice!
Has the M9 taken over the reigns lately from the dp2?

Your photography is breathtaking. I'm inspired and motivated to continue my passion! Thank you for sharing your journeys and your expertise in this field. Your Blog is really quite something. Take a moment and check out http://freespirittraveler.blogspot.com/ ...just getting started, I'd so appreciate your support! Look forward to following your adventures.

Ryan, like the Leica your images are impossibly perfect.

How scary is it carrying the M9 into the backcountry, anyway? (And I think taking the GF-1 / 20mm G on a 700 mile thru-hike sounds scary - ha!)

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