Here's one from the bottom of the pile, this hasn't seen the light of day for months. HAGS.
The chunkiest of all flightmasters - ST145.036
X-33. From 2006.
Seamaster 1948 on a cold, dreary day:
Not today but shot earlier, my Sithizen diver on a red Bonetto Cinturini 328 Nato. Was out for 'groceries'
Tudor 9401/0 circa 1976...
Wow...those are rarely seen in this condition. Pristine!!
Confess I would never have considered that strap but looks good
1997 ♕ Daytona 16520, Zenith El Primero Movement, 38.56 mm, Unpolished, the only modern Daytona to have
Quadruple dog Hammy railroad jobs for Church today...992, 992 B, 950 and 950 B respectively...good times!
Do you really have enough pockets?
Confucius say: Man with too many pocket watches is feeling cocky.
Giving the Speedmaster a rest and wearing my other vintage... 1979 Tudor 9411/0 Submariner.
Nopers...I had to implement double dog [belt] holster jobs to safely do the circus stunt quadruple dog Hammy railroad jobs at Church today...good times!
Marvin Flying Dutchman...
On another nice strap from Howard...
Sunset over Georgia
with the hesalite Speedy
Seamaster Sunday here...
Does it leak oil on your desk?
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