When taking photos do you mentally consider framing and compositions or does 'second nature' come into play? Do you think or follow your gut? Photos from May 1985 The topic has been lurking in the background, but the question crystalized recently when looking through a photo forum. Of course both, b
Dear fellow Purists, this summer I plan to travel to London with my son who just turned 20 this month. As I infected him with the watch bug some time ago, he also read the very enjoyable book from Dava Zobel: "Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of H
Dear Purists, it's more than two years I enjoy my Oris Divers Carl Brashear L.E. and I appreciate its style more and more. For example: I find it perfect with a casual outfit, it's good at the sea, the eye-catching bronze case never looks the same, the blue dial has a timeless hue, the rose gold-pla
Ever since I got my 5131R, you could say I love Patek’s worldtimer. After the 5930, I’m hesitating to add another one to the collection, either the new 5230R-001 or go a little back in time and get the 5130P-020 or 5110P-001. Difficult choices.
hi all. Need the expert advice of the purists again. Having just bought the 5960g am now looking at the next it to the 5726 white dial or the 5930g. Already own the 5960white dial the 5711r and the 5712r..somehow have that feeling that if u don’t own a steel nautilus u don’t own a patek..??need som
Find it on a market in Bukarest. Its a GO with moonphase, perpetual calender, chronograph without register and the case has a rare bezel. Only 500 euro. I was not allowed to take pics on this rare watch but I take a quick one when the seller went for coffe. LOL! I never stop to be amazied over thos
Geophysic Universal Time, with its new movement, and its dead second? Polaris Chronograph World Time, with its titanium case and its association of complications: Or the latest steel Memovox Geographique World Time, with its unique combination of a time zone and a world time: One thing is sure, worl