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Old Aug 1, 2005, 6:44 PM   #1
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My wife is the greatest she got her and I both tickets along with pit passes and all to Mid Ohio's Super Cycle weekend and what a great time. This picture was taken with my wifes old nikon 35mm n65 28-80 nikor lense. We just purchased a nikon d50 yesterday because we have decided we are going to get out enjoy life a little more This is Matt Mladins bike here who finished in first place about 20 seconds ahead of the 2nd place finisher which is a very large lead. I was sort of sad as I am a Kawasaki fan but being this close to his pit chief and bike I had to get a picture.

What do you think of the picture, you can also visit http://www.digitalrage.org/coppermin....php?cat=10001 to see my gallery just no laughing because we have really only began to take pictures here recently, though we have had the 35mm for about 2 years and it only has about 15 roles of film through it
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Old Aug 4, 2005, 12:05 PM   #2
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Nice to see some ohter motorcycle junkies here. All I can say is keep shootin'. The more you practice the better you'll get. I have just started to experiment with taking some motorcycle action shots. Below are a few links to some picsI took at the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix, July 8-10 2005, Laguna Seca California.

http://members.shaw.ca/dmc-fz10/motogp.htm

http://members.shaw.ca/dmc-fz10/ama.htm

http://members.shaw.ca/dmc-fz10/misc.htm
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