The other day I had tested a Canon T50 camera and had a spectacular failure (4 negatives on a roll of 24). So when I wanted to check out the Jupiter-8 lens so kindly sent to me by Kris Bochenek, I went back to an old favorite location where I had not shot for a long time. I decided to take the pictures with my whole "library" of LTM normal lenses: Jupiter-8 5cm f/2 from Kris (Thanks so much). Industar-61 52mm f/2.8 FED 4b Industar-26M 5cm f/2.8 FED-2 Canon 50mm f/1.8 from Japan on eBay I shot all of these on my 'new' Canon VL2 rangefinder, a camera I am coming to like more and more the more I use it. The location was a set of Illinois Central steam locomotive coaling towers that are actually quite famous, as a Google™ of "Illinois Central Coaling Towers Carbondale" will reveal. I had shot these a few years back as a part of a "Hopper in Carbondale" project (no pun intended).