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    A plea for help: Hi-Res MTB photos needed

    Hi Photography forum members!

    I'm a member of the Pacific Crest Trail Reassessment Initiative. Long story short, we are an advocacy group trying to increase trail access on the Pacific Crest Trail (more here: Big news: Feds to consider allowing bikes on PCT)

    We are putting a website together and are in need of high quality, high resolution photographs depicting mountain biking, nature, trails, trail work, happy/smiling cyclists, etc.

    If you have photo's that you are willing to share, PLEASE let me know either by sharing here, posting a link, sending me a PM, or whatever . . . any pics of BIKEPACKING would also be PERFECT, especially of a loaded bike and/or campsite (with bike in it)

    Your help is greatly appreciated and the PCTRI thanks you.

    Note, these do not have to be any "location specific" pictures . . . we just want good, high quality shots. Credit will be given for all photographs used.
    Last edited by 007; 10-20-2012 at 12:42 AM.
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    007, G'day.

    If there is a benefit to your project, from what I've shot, you're most welcome. Good luck.

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    PS, I just read the date on this thread and that 007 has been BANNED. 007's post was in near the top of Latest Forum Posts that's how I noticed it. How crazy is that? I guess 007 doesn't need shots now it's 2015?

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    I have quite a few photos here: here:

    Use what you want, just let me know which ones so that I track them.

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