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  1. #176
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    Just purchased my 1st DSLR (never even had a film SLR) this year. I just got back into MTB so I hope to take some MTB shots soon. This was taken down the street from me in Huntington Beach (just a 12 minute walk).
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    Same photo with less of a crop...
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    Is this The Wedge in Newport Beach?

    Quote Originally Posted by deadbolt View Post
    Here are a few of my favorites:


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    Sent from my Motorola ATRIX 4G using TapaTALK
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    Show me the Trails

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    Ill play!








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    Quiet morning before paddling in north FL
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    V8 by The McCusker, on Flickr

    Self Portrait shot at f2 (harder than I thought it would be)

    Junk Yard Self Portrait by The McCusker, on Flickr

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    ^^^ is that a 50 prime?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    It certainly is.
    I mainly shoot using the 50 and the 8mm
    I love my primes. Looking to get a 30 1.4 now I think

    And, going back to that classic car yard again this sunday so I'll be posting more

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    When I ride, I use my Nikon D70s with 28mm 2.8 prime lens ( i know the D70s is old, but if I break it, I won't cry..I have D300s.).

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    Nothing wrong with older gear as long as its working properly.
    I shoot with an xsi and will continue to until its dead. Then its up to a 7d probably

    Imstarting to do more timelapse stuff so it might be sooner than I wanted

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    I love my primes but some of them won't fit into my camelback.


    12.5"/6 extra rapid rectilinear from 1890s or so.

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    thats awesome

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    some great photos here!

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    Wow, you guys are awesome photographers! Nice work!

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    some great photos in this thread! I will post a couple of mine from over the years...





















    enough for now...
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    Nice stuff.

    I went exploring a bit yesterday and heres a couple from that trip.
    Check out my flickr for more.


    Spin Spin sugar by The McCusker, on Flickr


    When it rains it pours....even indoors by The McCusker, on Flickr


    Sit and Spin by The McCusker, on Flickr


    Captured by The McCusker, on Flickr

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    one form the weekend.

    Keep access to public lands open.
    http://30daysofbikingerie.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irongrave View Post
    one form the weekend.

    Cool, you even got the dead weights in the shot. I thought they were supposed to slide forward on the sled as the tractor moves forward?
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    "...when your ride is nearly over, it seems to have lasted but an instant..."


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    Quote Originally Posted by teamhaymaker View Post
    Nice stuff.

    I went exploring a bit yesterday and here's a couple from that trip.
    Check out my flickr for more.
    Love this sort of stuff. Check this out, lots of cool "urban" goodies. Industrial Decay Network
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    Quote Originally Posted by michalejames View Post
    Well i see all the photography. All photography is so beautiful and cool.
    Sorry, but you are negged and reported as a spammer - it you are on the up and up - a MTBer, you gave no indication - goodbye!
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Some really talented photographers in these parts. I shoot a bit, well, as much as you can with a D40..


    DSC_2280-Editpink by Andrew Vicars, on Flickr


    Glenn by Andrew Vicars, on Flickr


    Victor - Bass by Andrew Vicars, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Salt View Post
    Cool, you even got the dead weights in the shot. I thought they were supposed to slide forward on the sled as the tractor moves forward?
    the box with PLYLER written on it is a weight box that moves on a chain that also counted the distance they pulled
    Keep access to public lands open.
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    Nothing as beautiful as the New Mexico Sky, especially during the summer monsoon season..
    (iPhone 4S)

    "Someone must have put alcohol in my beer last night." ~ Mr. Richard Baty, Esq.


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