also agree that if the lugs reach or exceed the width of your wrist it's probably too big. Loved my 372 but that was the case for me so I let go. That army/avacado green is a new trend... if its the color that your not sure of maybe there's just too much of it and a black or brown strap would improv
the camera but gear certainly does matter. Your cardiologist buddy knows more than medicine! Air show shots require tremendous timing skills (among others).! Now, if I could just stop spending most of my discretionary income on watches!
Surely Jacob & Co has numerous contenders! But I've also run across a few Zenith Defy pieces that made me gag. I have a boxing enthusiast cousin who keeps yapping about Mayweather's amazing collection. I keep trying to help him "get it" with horology. A work in progress. That blinged out G-shock
love the wristware choices for the journey and the travel images. Turns out I have a very similare WWII era US military clock but with slight modifications to meet the Navy's needs. Here's a pic of it from this morning's winding session.... Cheers Bro!