Facetime Photos for June 23

p150 It’s time for another round of Facetime photos. Summer’s officially here, so be sure to send us photos from your vacations. Send us a hi-res pic at photos@watchtime.com and your photo can appear here, on our social media sites, and in our magazine.

Our first photo this week includes an impressive collection of watches. If anyone can top this collection, share it with us (and make sure you’re in the picture, too).

 

Guille Parrilla from San Juan, Puerto Rico shows off his “babies.” Among his collection are an Anonimo, Franck Muller, U-boat, Omega, Tutima, Stowa, Azimuth, Meistersinger, Certina, Bell & Ross, Oris, and a Fortis. Two each from Panerai, Rolex, Ulysse Nardin, Cartier, and Zeno-Watch. And finally, 3 Breitlings.

Father’s day was last week, but we still have plenty of pictures of dads and their children.

Father and son watch aficionados, Rupert and Ken Mayuga, wearing their Ulysse Nardin watches at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Chicago, Illinois. Rupert is wearing a Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronograph and Ken is wearing a Ulysse Nardin Blue Wave.

Tracy Cacatian and his 5 year old daughter, Isabella, at her first ballet recital at
the Redondo Beach Performing Art Center in Redondo Beach, CA. His Panerai Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days Automatic was a birthday gift from Isabella and his wife.

 

And finally, we have first-time dad Kevin Murphy holding his 2 day old son, Jack Murphy. Kevin is wearing his Rolex Submariner with a rare silver face with diamond and sapphire, and a two-tone yellow gold and stainless steel bracelet.

 

 

 

 

 





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Comments

  1. manuel santiago says:

    nice colection, have you ever considered a vacheron?

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