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Originally Posted by Crat View Post

and here's the pair I'm wearing today
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nice shine
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

more creases than usual.

fair observation
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whiskey nst
argyles otc
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Originally Posted by fullb View Post

My little brown collection

very noice. why do the first two from left look like they have been twisted, though? the toe spring of nr. 4 is very striking also.
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

very noice. why do the first two from left look like they have been twisted, though? the toe spring of nr. 4 is very striking also.

Thanks, because they are on an old trunk and the wooden bars and nails don't make a flat ground.
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Originally Posted by fullb View Post

My little brown collection
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Beautiful looking shoes. What is the model and brand on the second shoe from the left and the third shoe from the right? Thanks.

-LR
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Thank you.
From left to right.
Loding Mick - personal patina
Grenson Dartmouth - personal patina
Alfred Sargent MTO
Max Estin (From Nice) - personal patina
Alfred Sargent MTO
Alfred Sargent unknown model.


Photo description.
Camera: Olympus E-PL1
ISO: 200
Aperture: f/7,1
Shutter speed: 1/4th
Focal length: 25mm
Edited by fullb - 11/7/11 at 11:56am
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Originally Posted by fullb View Post

My little brown collection
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These look so awesome on my black and white monitor.
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Originally Posted by fullb View Post

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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

very noice. why do the first two from left look like they have been twisted, though? the toe spring of nr. 4 is very striking also.

Thanks, because they are on an old trunk and the wooden bars and nails don't make a flat ground.

hmmh, i trust you on this...
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For the shine fanatics.....
unfortunately only one pair is mine.

A larger version can be found through the link above the picture...I remember something about Imageshack not working on this forum.
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Last one: smile.gif
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Some Arca Porn:

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Arcas are some of my very favorite shoes.

 

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Originally Posted by fullb View Post

Thank you.
From left to right.
Loding Mick - personal patina
Grenson Dartmouth - personal patina
Alfred Sargent MTO
Max Estin (From Nice) - personal patina
Alfred Sargent MTO
Alfred Sargent unknown model.
Photo description.
Camera: Olympus E-PL1
ISO: 200
Aperture: f/7,1
Shutter speed: 1/4th
Focal length: 25mm


Thanks

-LR
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