55mm Set of 1, 2, & 4 Close-up Plus Lenses - Get in there really close! NearMint

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Seller: prographicscorp2007 (10,136) 97.2%, Location: Lakewood, Washington, Ships to: US, Item: 302718748531 PROGRAPHICSCORP2007 We will ship this in the United States by First Class Mule. Free Shipping. U.S. Delivery Only. NOW GET OUT THERE AND TAKE SOME PICTURES! Recently, my legions of loyal followers -- both of them -- have sent me notes to the effect that, if I am going to show gratuitous and irrelevant pictures toward the bottoms of my listings, can I at least show some new ones. So, this past June 21 -- Father's Day, the first day of summer, and my brother's birthday -- I went up to my home area of Arlington, Darrington, and Oso and took a few pictures. Here they are . . . . North Fork Stillaguamish River looking upstream, taken from the bridge on the Oso Loop Road. The "new" bridge, not the old one that I used to walk across to school some 60 or so years ago. I know this as the Claude Gadberry farm, although Mr. Gadberry has been gone for perhaps 40 years. That is Mount Higgins in the distance. The summer following our graduation from high school, classmate Jack Petree and I hiked to the top of that mountain only to discover that there were no fish in the lake, the fire lookout had long ago been reduced to kindling, and that the hamburger that we had packed with us had gone rancid. I just can't resist it. See the cows? The ones out standing in their field. You might say that they are outstanding in their field. That barn has got be the most photogenic barn in the valley. All because of the fairly recent new red roof. You see two mountains peeking out from above the foothills. The one on the right is Three Fingers, while the one on the left is Mount Whitehorse. Local legend Nels Bruseth dynamited the tip off of one of Three Fingers' three fingers to facilitate the installation of a fire lookout. When I was young I hiked up to the lookouts on Fraley Mountain, Green Mountain, and Mount Higgins -- well, at least the remains thereof -- but never attempted Three Fingers, and this photo should should show you why. Not my photo. Got it off Google. North Fork Stillaguamish River looking downstream, taken from the Whitman Road bridge. When I was a kid, I helped Mr. Whitman get his hay in. In recollection, I don't think I was much help. And here we have the obligatory picture of Mount Whitehorse. That is the least amount of snow that I can remember seeing on Mount Whitehorse. We are looking at the north side of the mountain that gets very little sun. Please note the little valley coming down the mountain on the right. Normally, there is a snowfield there that remains all year, reachable by taking the Mine Road in from next to the Shell gas station. Only this year, the snow field is not there. By the way, I understand that Nels Bruseth was the first white person to climb Mount Whitehorse, and it was in 1909. I remember visiting at my dad's brother's house in Darrington along about 1960. It was summer, a weekend, maybe about 2 in the afternoon. Cousin Philip came in the door and was asked by his father where he had been. He announced that he had just gotten done climbing Mount Whitehorse. It verges on being considered a technical climb. Philip did it by just hiking up the face of the mountain, glaciers and all, and back down again. All before a late lunch. When my wife and I go up to Darrington to see my cousin Betty Knowles, we usually stop on the way back at the Whitehorse Shell station for ice cream. Gotta tell you a little story: Several years ago, I stopped to take the usual picture of Mount Whitehorse. While I was taking the picture, our dog was rolling in cow manure. I cleaned her up as best I could and got her back in the car. After a couple of miles, I realized that I could probably tolerate the smell during the 100 miles back home to south of Tacoma, but I could not tolerate two hours of listening to my wife's yammering. So back we went to the gas station. I bought a bar of Ivory Soap. The lady running the gas station gave us a fresh shop rag and a bucket of warm water and showed me where the outside hose was. I set to work washing the dog while listening to my wife's complaints suggestions, and corrections. We ended up with a dog that was cleaner than she was before she rolled in cow manure, and the lady quite generously made it known that she did not want her shop rag back. Although we now had a clean dog, I still had to drive 100 miles while listening to two hours worth of complaining. Several months later, when we stopped back by the gas station for ice cream, the lady looked at us kind of funny and asked about our dog. I have kind of reached the point in my life where I simply want to slip out unnoticed, but the dog makes sure that I will be remembered. Well, sort of remembered. Everyone knows our dog's name, and I have become the fat old guy with that dog. We feed her. We take her places. We do things with her. And all she does is sit there and complain. Condition: Used, Condition: Near-mint cosmetics and work perfectly in all respects., To Fit Lens Front: 55mm, Fits Filter Size (mm): 55mm

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