--Dawg, the Russell "Akita mani yo." Observe everything as you walk. (--Lakota) Celestron Celestar 8 Standard SCT, f10 Celestron C80ED ref., f7.5 Celestron 80mm Wide View ref., f5 Orion 120ST ref., f5 Criterion RV-6 Dynascope, Newt., f8, (c. 1962) Sears Discoverer 60mm ref., f7, (c. 1973) Celestron Ultima DX 10x50 Nikon Action Extreme 10x50 Tasco 7x35 wide
the very source and font of day is dashed with isles of wandering night--Tennyson
Milton Wilcox R.I.P
TV 70mm Pronto/Solarmax II 60 BF10, WO 80mm ZS II ED, Celestron C90, Celestron C5+. Baader 2" Herschel Wedge, Baader Maxbright Binoviewer. Komz BPC5 8x30, Swift 7x35 Sport King, Swift Audubon HR/5 8.5x44, Bushnell Banner 7x50, U.Optics 11x80, Fujinon 16x70 FMT SX, William Optics 22x70 ED, UA Unimount Parallelogram
"Dancing all around it, we have been, which gives me pause, and license, to speculate with mind experiments, to illuminate this stuff, this Dark Energy" Mindjog 2011
thanks for giving me the best laugh I've had in months. What a stinging indictment of "government" mentality!
your post list should be made required reading for our elected officials in D.C.
Quote:Thank you Russell for thee concuring opinion and the recommendation to read mine.While I have a Fujinon 10x50, the Nikon Action Extreme 10x50 is most often sitting nearby on the coffee table ready to look out the window on a moments notice.Yes, I'll pull out my best binocs when I want to set up a tripod for a concerted nightime effort, but the Nikon AE is always at the ready and gets used an awful lot.It's a binocular you wouldn't be disappointed to own. The details can be found in my CN Reports.edz