Sometimes, less is more. The Moser Mayu typifies this as much as any other watch that I’ve owned and it’s without out the most beautiful watch I’ve ever had on my wrist.
I have to say that this watch vies with the Moser for the honour of “most amazing” in my relatively small collection. The cleanness of the dial belies the complexity of the movement, and I can’t think of another PC that I prefer in terms of design.
Like the Moser, I save this one for best, so it always feels special when I put it on.
I definitely like this combination, and will be wearing the B-1 this way for the foreseeable future!
I had to drive down to Colchester yesterday, as I had a couple of lights to drop off for repair with Bowens and they’d promised to look at them straight away to save me driving down there again (thanks guys – great service). I was expecting to have a few hours to kill so nipped across to Clacton on Sea; in the event I had a bite of lunch and received a call whilst I was finishing my dessert to say that they were ready.
I find seaside towns quite fascinating in the winter and would have liked to have spent a bit more time down there. As it was I had about an hour in total, and then decided to head back in order to beat the motorway traffic. Still, a good day as my lights are now working properly (new switches on each) and I got a handful of photographs.
I visited New York back at the end of January/beginning of February, and spent some quality time with my beautiful daughter (who teaches English to under-privileged children in the city, which makes me very proud). It occurred to me that I’ve not posted the photos from that trip here, so I’ll put matters right here and now with the selection below. Hope you like them :)
New York City
Freedom Tower/World Trade Centre Memorial