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Photography: Fantastic pictures!

Thanks for taking and sharing them.
8d
By: mkvc
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Horological Meandering: Carbon footprint: greater or less than that of leather?

I'm betting on greater; much greater.
18d
By: mkvc
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Piaget: Suddenly, I find myself in the mood for pizza.

Actually, if they used the same skills to make a dial in the form of an elaborate cold cuts tray (which is what I took the flowered one for originally), I'll bet it would have a great market.
27d
By: mkvc
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Horological Meandering: As one ages, one may become less acquisitive, hassle-tolerant, or wealthy.

There can come a point at which there is no longer a desire to acquire, or even to continue owning, a large number of watches. As in Art's case, I no longer expect to be able to get decent servicing at a reasonable price, which means (a) I need to own fewer watches and (b) relatively cheap watches m
29d
By: mkvc
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TimeOut: Very nice, both location and photography.

And you are right, it's an area with which I (living in the United States) was not familiar.
1M
By: mkvc
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Horological Meandering: First, thanks. Then, congratulations.

Dr. No shows a combination of wit, knowledge and patience that must be admired.
1M
By: mkvc
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Omega: That seems pretty comprehensive.

And very aesthetically rewarding. A great pleasure to see them all at once!
1M
By: mkvc
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Harry Winston: Only if you actually want the watch.

Or are willing to sell it, although I don't know if its secondary market value would be equal to what HW would charge to fix it. It's important not to let an expense be imposed on you just because someone gave you a present. If the same expenditure would get you a watch you like more, you should cer
2M
By: mkvc
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WatchTech: What I would really like is a watchmaker with a high level of both interest and mechanical intuition.

I had one, but he retired. The guy I use now is enthusiastic and conscientious, but he doesn't seem up for "figuring things out" the way you do. It's always fun to learn of your latest exploits.
2M
By: mkvc
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