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Doesn’t look very comfortable, now does it?  Still…

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Nice job on this!  Good restoration.  And I say that as the guy who scanned the version you restored from and uploaded to TrekCore.  ;)  Back in the day when I put that version up, I was having to use a digital camera to get the material on-line.  It wasn’t until a year later I had a flat-bed, and another year later until I had a good flatbed, and by then I’d lost the source photo.  It’s nice to see it looking so good again!  :)
Someone else surely has noticed this before, right?
Captain James T. Kirk & Captain Jean-Luc Picard on horseback buddy shot autograph, signed by Bill Shatner and Patrick Stewart.
I had to do this one first.  The big deal highly-coveted 5 captain’s of Star Trek buddy shot.  Courtesy of the first ever five captain’s convention right here in Philly (screw you, London!  You’re second, haha!).
Actually had Patrick Stewart sign it a month earlier at another convention he came to here in Philly, because he didn’t decide to attend (and thus make it the first 5 captain’s show ever) until just 2 weeks before hand.  LOL.