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I havent been here on the forum for a while.
 
Toooooo much work lately.
 
Here is some photo from my last trip in the mountains in west - Norway.
 I was on the top of the mountain in the first photo-  some hours saturday using a Hensoldt 10x50 ww2 owned by a friend
 
 
Here is the view from the mountain in first photo
 
3rd Photo is a closer shot on the mountain in 2nd photo. My wifes grandmother`s grandmother came from this little farm. No road - you have to climb up the mountain
 


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Nice photos, thanks for sharing.
What's the altitude?
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That is great scenery and that farm is awesome.
 
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Sorry for that this photo is falling down.
I did have trouble with Photobucket to get it fixed.


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I think my neck was hurt while looking at the last picture. :)
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: June/17/2009 at 15:30
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Beautiful country zeiss.  No roads to the farm!  The old people must have been a tough breed.
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More shots
 
2 old mill- stones  --- 90min walking up on the mountain.
Just wonder how much work to get them up there


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 I LUV viewing outdoor pics from all over the world.  THANK YA,z!  Tell ya what though,I wouldn't wanted to have been a sleep walker and livin on that farm!  My wife's on the phone with our friend who lives on her family farm not to far from us. Saved and sending that farm photo to her.  The scenes in your pics look just like areas close by me(West Virgina).

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Several old binos have been in use today


Edited by zeissoem2 - June/22/2009 at 14:54
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If you have any interest in selling your Zeiss Asembi please let me know    dohertyfe@aol.com
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: July/12/2009 at 14:30
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GREAT PICTURES!!!   I want to go to Norway someday and see everything.  
 
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( ahem....)   " old binos"...........    Bucky
 
Here is yet another Internet photo of the same kind of binoculars that I have [ I am trying to shove photos into the side of my laptop but the little drawer-thing looks like a CD player to me!!!....Shocked  ]........
 
 
Anyway, I've got a pair of these Czech Army Surplus 6X30 ( made by Meopta in 1960 ) with a reticle in the right barrel ----and mine actually has an infrared-detecting filter that I can rotate into the left ocular!!  The ones I have are in great shape---optics are mint....
 
heehee      Bucky
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Originally posted by Ed Connelly Ed Connelly wrote:

( ahem....)   " old binos"...........    Bucky
 
Here is yet another Internet photo of the same kind of binoculars that I have [ I am trying to shove photos into the side of my laptop but the little drawer-thing looks like a CD player to me!!!....Shocked  ]........
 
Anyway, I've got a pair of these Czech Army Surplus 6X30 ( made by Meopta in 1960 ) with a reticle in the right barrel ----and mine actually has an infrared-detecting filter that I can rotate into the left ocular!!  The ones I have are in great shape---optics are mint....
 
heehee      Bucky
 
Those binos are actually really nice. I am very fond of Eastern European Optics: the Eastern German Carl Zeiss Jena, Polish PZO, Romanian IOR, the russian KOMZ BPO, Kronos and Baighish as well the czechian Meopta and OPTIKOTECHNA PREROV (which I assume are the binos you own). Often quite good and valuable binos for the money.
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Originally posted by Ed Connelly Ed Connelly wrote:

GREAT PICTURES!!!   I want to go to Norway someday and see everything.  
 
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Norway is a great country with an awesom nature, but boy...you should check out the Nowegian girls.Gal
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Originally posted by Tranan Tranan wrote:

 
Norway is a great country with an awesom nature, but boy...you should check out the Nowegian girls.Gal
 
 


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zeissoem2, very nice pictures...kind of remind me of the ones I have of the area around Geilo (without a fjord, of course), where my grandfather's family lived. Anywhere I've been in Norway has been beautiful.
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