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Old April 10th, 2018, 01:14 AM
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Default Zeiss Jena Visionar 141mm projection lens does spring

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Full set is here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kds315...57693695412151

PS: the spider web in #1 is about 3 micron thickness...
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Old April 12th, 2018, 03:17 PM
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Klaus,

Another fascinating set of flower images. This one is my favorite





It is so detailed, pristine and ladylike! I feel we are ready for afternoon wine from Alsace, a Vendange Tardive, ("late harvest" in English or Spätlese in German). In Alsace, they often go by the German word!

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Thanks Asher! I would wait with the "Spätlese" to October or late September when the colors change, that is the best season for that!!
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Nice to see some actual spring.. It's warmer today, but we still have a lot of snow. I'm thinking if we have a nice week, it may all disappear and be like it never was! In the meantime, I can enjoy your spring photos! :-) Maggie
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Thanks Asher! I would wait with the "Spätlese" to October or late September when the colors change, that is the best season for that!!
Are these wines at all durable? Or must they be drank fairly young?

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Are these wines at all durable? Or must they be drank fairly young?

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Spätlese wines do quite well for some time!! Even get better!!
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Spätlese wines do quite well for some time!! Even get better!!
...as I have generally drunk it in late August, sonperhaps it’s from thrbprevious year!

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