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    Dona Anas photos - test lab

    An experiment - haven't tried this before.

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    In best Klingon voice: Today is a good day to ride!

    New Mexico Off Road Series

    Dirt Rocks!

    Let Go, and Let Bike.

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    Experiment unsuccessful. Was supposed to be an embedded slideshow. Oh well.

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    In best Klingon voice: Today is a good day to ride!

    New Mexico Off Road Series

    Dirt Rocks!

    Let Go, and Let Bike.

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    Spectacular photos!
    Confucious Say: One large stone does many smaller stones make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    Spectacular photos!
    Thanks. It's easier taking nature shots than biker action shots. Bikers move around too much, they're always rushing away up the trail while I'm getting the camera, and they never seem to crash when the camera's out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCdaveH
    Thanks. It's easier taking nature shots than biker action shots. Bikers move around too much, they're always rushing away up the trail while I'm getting the camera, and they never seem to crash when the camera's out.
    Its all about "setting up" the shot...er, I mean crash
    Confucious Say: One large stone does many smaller stones make.

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    Thanks for the pics Dave.
    It's nice that you can take the time to stop and smell the cactus since I am usually riding around like Speedy Gonzales out there.

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