Jim was was one of a kind - a curious mind in many respects, a humble soul as
few are, and a robust experimenter as I wish I was.
He hit upon the leica and oly lists as some of of us did, perhaps by chance.
And found there a community (or two) that shared some of his concerns.
He also found virtual friends over there (I’m meaning here too, of course)
Your tribute to the gear he loved is wonderful Ken. Thank you for that.
Your picture is, of course, also WOW !
Long live Jim's enduring legacy , and I mean both photgraphically and as a
human being whose teachings I will remember as long as I live.
> Le 21 nov. 2021 à 22:53, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> Holiday Cactus lit by the sun for about five minutes. In another few
> days, the mountains will block all direct sunlight at the house for
> almost two months. This picture was inspired by Jim Nichols. Like me,
> he was a fierce advocate of the Olympus E-1. In fact, it was because
> of Jim that I wanted another E-1 again.
> This photo taken with the Olympus E-1 and ZD 14-54 lens.
> AG Schnozz
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