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    My year in pictures (lots of photos)

    All year long I've been taking pictures, some of which I've posted here before. The ones I've liked the most, of the most memorable moments or rides, I've also printed out and stuck in the pages of my ride log along with the date. When I'm old and grey I'll be able to look at them and remember days and rides and people and places. Better yet, when I'm dead and gone (hopefully 30-40 years from now or more) my son might find them as he's settling my affairs, and smile. Wouldn't that be great?

    New Year's Day, Lower Richland County




    Reese Cemetery, Richland County


    My stoker, Columbia, SC


    Baker Creek State Park, McCormick County


    J. Strom Thurmond Reservoir, McCormick County


    Headin' home, Dupont State Forest, NC


    Morning commute, Columbia, SC


    Outstanding, Richland County


    Done, McCormick County


    Springtime, Richland County


    Angle Rd, Gainesville, FL


    Bike, Lower Richland County


    USC smokestack, Columbia, SC


    Womble preride, Arkansas


    OC Volunteers


    Slate Rock, NC


    Tom Turtle, Harbison SF, SC


    Cowbell Challenge, Charlotte, NC


    Etna house, NH


    Pre-ORAMM, Pisgah NF, NC


    My leg, Hickory Knob State Park, SC


    Bob the turtle, Hickory Knob State Park, SC


    Silver Comet Trail, GA


    Twilight, Fort Jackson, SC


    Dropping in roadie style, Hogpen Gap, GA


    Blue, Columbia, SC


    Mother night, Harbison SF, SC


    Turkey Creek in Autumn, McCormick County


    Bridge, Columbia, SC


    White cemetery


    Blue day


    In memory of W. H. Peak, McCormick County, SC
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Looks great. Seems like you had a nice year.

    Liked this photo:



    Im using it as wallpaper.

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    Excellent!
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    jealousy

    simply awesome photos.

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    Great pics..



    Thank you.


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    Nice Pics.... I hope that isn't the same turtle .
    Ride On!

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    Stoker was in the Rider's Eye, eh? Thanks 4 posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jl
    Nice Pics.... I hope that isn't the same turtle .
    Jeez I hope not! For one thing they were 100 miles apart. I wonder how long it would take a turtle to travel that far?
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Alshus
    Looks great. Seems like you had a nice year.

    Liked this photo:

    Im using it as wallpaper.
    Be my guest.
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabin Fever
    simply awesome photos.
    Thanks. It was a good year for bikes _and_ pictures.
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Excellent!
    Thanks. Looking at the Passion board is the photographic equivalent to chasing a faster rider. It makes you a better picture-taker. I think I've gotten a lot better this year, but I've got a long long ways to go as well.
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedaler845
    Stoker was in the Rider's Eye, eh? Thanks 4 posting.
    Good eye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman
    Great pics..



    Thank you.


    R.
    Ha! If I had a nickel for every pic I screwed up I'd be rich. This is the cream of the crop.
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Nice shots of the SE

    Nice pics! Thanks for the shots. Recognized about 90% of those singletrack locations. If I had something besides dial-up at the house I'd join you and post some of mine.

    You left out Horn Creek!

    Michael

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    Great shots!! Tom Turtle was too cute.
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    great pictures woog! there are some beauties in there. i especially liked

    Blue, Columbia, SC


    but this one...
    Hogpen Gap, GA


    really got my HR up. i could feel the pull of that first steep pitch............ around those 3 s-curves...........now it's wide open and straight down........55mph...........whoosh!

    yep, i like descending hogpen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azdrawdy
    Nice pics! Thanks for the shots. Recognized about 90% of those singletrack locations. If I had something besides dial-up at the house I'd join you and post some of mine.

    You left out Horn Creek!

    Michael
    You should post yours. I'd like to see them.

    And yes, I left some out. My apologies.

    Horn Creek/Lick Fork Lake


    Tour d'Abbeville (and Milo's good side)


    Killer 3, Sumter, SC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellow Yellow
    Great shots!! Tom Turtle was too cute.
    Yes, he's my favorite subject. Poor kid's gonna get a complex.
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooglin

    Bob the turtle, Hickory Knob State Park, SC

    all great pics...bob is my favorite, he's still the background on my desktop at work
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    Quote Originally Posted by *rt*
    great pictures woog! there are some beauties in there. i especially liked

    Blue, Columbia, SC

    but this one...
    Hogpen Gap, GA

    really got my HR up. i could feel the pull of that first steep pitch............ around those 3 s-curves...........now it's wide open and straight down........55mph...........whoosh!

    yep, i like descending hogpen.

    rt
    Yeah, the blue one blew (sorry) me away when I took it. That's just a snapshot. No filters or anything. It just turned out that way. As for Hogpen, whoosh is right. That's a bigtime descent. Who says there's no tech in road riding?
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by namrita
    all great pics...bob is my favorite, he's still the background on my desktop at work
    You can't fool me. You just like the green 29er singlespeed.
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Bob the turtle rules!

    Man that was an awesome group of pics. I remember In Memory from when you posted, seeing it again I have snagged it to come back to some grey, rainy day.

    (Bob the Turtle too... )

    Thanks for sharin,
    Chris

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    Yep, super cool pictures!

    Thanks for posting them.

    That McCormick, SC is one sweet little singletrack of an area. We get over there once a year to ride, ride and ride, the misses and I. Love all the trails. Looking foward to helping at FATS at least once in '06 also.

    Keep up the inspirational shotting and thanks for again for sharing.
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    THAT, my friend...

    ...is what the "Passion" board is all about. Awesome pics!

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    Am I seeing a West Hill/Putney jersey....nah, can't be you are way down south. Were's all the Lemming pics? Next year, really.
    Your bike can take you anywhere, anytime, over any terrain but, you have to force it to GK 2004. BB1, who started it?

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