Movement.



Movement.

Doc
Hi Doc, I am sitting here on a rainy Sunday and wondering what the
03/02/2009 - 01:20
face of this beautiful movement looks like, I might guess but if you don't mind. I also tried to find a dog picture but they are in an archive somewhere and the weather is too poor to take pictures today--two old German Shorthair Pointers that love the mud! Thanks for starting March with such a great picture. Best to all The Lounge, Tim
Some more for Tim!
03/02/2009 - 07:29
First a real closeup on the same movement Then some more dogs, as you and I are used to see them, wet or full of mud If you use them as retrivers, this book for 'hunt Labradors' is good, and I suppose it would be able to find for pointers too. Otherwise the training is the same. Here a pic of training with three labradors! Finally 4 (!) dogs, nealy Caesar , the Dalmatian is a bitch Both man and dogs long for the summer hej! Doc
Thank you Sir, you brightened up this windy, rainy day. I truly do not
03/02/2009 - 08:02
know what I would do without my dogs and watches as I grow older--grand passions. Thanks for the book reference too, have not seen that one, just lots of modern stuff that lacks the gravity I would imagine I will find in this book. The movement shot is really something and it is so great to see bridges on watches where it seems plates are taking over on so many pieces! Take good care, Tim
It is soo difficult making such a gilt movement...gorgeous (nt)
03/02/2009 - 10:57
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hummmm, beautiful.
03/02/2009 - 15:20
simple, splendid. Deniz
Gorgeous, Doc
03/07/2009 - 09:00
You should really post these on a certain photography forum we both know... Warm regards, Gary