Visited the Chola Monument of Rajendra I near Tanjavur. He had built a new city spanning upwards of 5 kms from the River Kollidam [Colleroon]. HisEmpire spanned from the Maldives in the Arabian Sea to Angkor Vat in the East, and from Ceylon to the Himalayas in the North. The Chola [pronounced Chozha] Empire known for its democratic evolution of local government and religious tolerance lasted about 400 years plus. Please check link[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajendra_Chola_I] for some details, if interested. I used my Exakta VX refurbished at home with a Meyer lydith 30mm and an Eyemik 135mm lens. I used Kodak Color plus 200 film. The film's color range does not match my old HP scanner, nor the Picasa software. So i had to de-saturate most of the pictures. The Eyemik lens is made for Topcon Super D with automatic levers for the aperture. I don't know the manufacturer. The seller sold it for a throw away price as the springs had lost their elasticity. I could make it work stop down, though. So it suited my Exakta. So here are some samples with both Meyer Lydith and Eyemik lenses.