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    bike stoke from stevelloydphoto.com

    I am kind of new to mtbr, but have a passion for biking like no other. I have just launched a new website and wanted to share some of my bike photography with you and keep the stoke going although its about to snow here in Utah. So enjoy the photos and let me know what you think.

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    Beautiful shots Steve. Hard to pick a fav but the Moab shot on your home page is amazing.

    Please tell me you've been published. These are all "Buzz"-worthy.
    I will cause thee to ride upon the high places of the earth...
    Isaiah 58:14

    www.stuckinthespokes.com

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    Great Pictures - love the rain drop picture. I swear I have seen some of those Winter pictures before, especially the one where the camera looks to be on the back of the ski pole?

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    Steve, great shots! That isn't NVD in the third bike shot is it?

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    Fantastic shots. Love the fill flash effect. Really nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebrahum
    Steve, great shots! That isn't NVD in the third bike shot is it?
    Yea, he has 2 or 3 photos in there. Also Chris has one sick huck photo on the site.

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    Wow, great stuff.

    Do you have a photo of the side bike mount? I would like to see or hear how you did that. Do you hang a DSLR off the side?

    Looks like you have some strong strobes or are you just using normal flash units?

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