Tudor Black Bay S&G (79733N)
IWC Pilot's Watch Chrono (3777-09)
Oris Big Crown ProPilot GMT
Carl F. Bucherer Patravi Power Reserve
Damasko DA 47 Black
Citizen Satellite Wave (CC3005-85E)
Laco Augsburg (Type A 42mm)
Raven Venture II
MK II Paradive Gen 3
Glycine Combat Sub (GL0096, GL0094)
Glycine Incursore (GL0045), Airman Double Twelve (GL0234)
Steinhart Nav.B Chrono 47 Ltd Gold Edition
Current collection: Omega Seamaster Pro 2531.80 / Oris Big Crown Small Second Pointer Day / Alpina Alpiner 4 Automatic Blue - Alpina Startimer Automatic / Steinhart Military47 - Steinhart Nav.B Chrono 47 Limited Gold Edition - Steinhart Ocean One Vintage Red - Steinhart Ocean One Vintage / Seiko Brightz SDGM003 / t*a*c*t*i*c*o TC3.3 / Glycine Airman Double Twelve
Gone but not forgotten: Steinhart Aviation Dual Time Premium - Steinhart Nav B-Uhr 44 Vintage Titan A-Muster - Seiko Prospex SBDC033 - Steinhart Nav B-Uhr 47 Vintage Titan B-Muster - Steinhart Nav B-Uhr 47 Handaufzug
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CASIO G-SHOCK GW5000, "The G-Shock Submariner" Just Perfect!
CASIO GSet: DW5030 + DW5030D
Breitling Avenger Seawolf Titanium 3.000m
Seiko Brightz Grand Cocktail SDGM001
Seiko Tuna SBBN033
Helson three handed Gauge 2.0 #23
Omega P.O. 45.5 mm. Black Bezel.
Omega SM Electric Blue Quartz.
Omega Speedmaster "From the Moon to Mars"
Longines Hydroconquest Automatic Chronograph in Rubber
Tag Heuer 2000 exclusive.
Tag Heuer F1.X2 Classic and New Grande Date.
Zodiac V- Wolf. 44 mm.
Seiko Fang Monster with 4r-36 mov.
Seiko 6r15 Diver Black Sumo.
Seiko White Samurai.
Seiko Orange Monster.
ORIS Flight Timer2 Day Date SS
1997 Fender Lonestar Strat (Humbucker s/s)
Marshall Valvestate 30W Amp.
Several Boss pedals.
"Through the looking glass..."
Edit: A member on the Breitling forum asked "What is this thing" referencing this posting. My reply was...
The watch is posed on a snapshot I took back in 1992. We were waiting for takeoff clearance from Air Boss and I quickly picked up a Kodak and snapped the pic trying to frame my gunsite and the lead aircraft in the photo. The photo is adhered to black felt which is in turn adhered to a wooden block. The block essentially serves as a frame mounting for the photograph. In the photo, I liked the way the curvature of the windscreen accentuates the view of Lead and the reflector glass in the gunsite slightly distorts the runway from that angle. Add the reflection of the watch on the glossy surface of the photo and I couldn't help thinking of Lewis Carrol's novel "Through The Looking Glass" which is his sequel to "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". I hope that makes sense for you...
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