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Old Apr 13, 2014, 3:10 PM   #1
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Ok. So maybe we have a different definition of "Extreme" out here. Had I said "Annual Horse and Plow Competition" would you have even looked? The good part is no worries about C-AF hit rate.

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Old Apr 13, 2014, 3:15 PM   #2
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A few more of the "Action" shots.
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Hey Alan: those are super shots! A slice of Americana, and some of those shots would be good in a history textbook.
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cool set, I enjoy the characters and would say they sure can till!
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Hey Al

THose are great .. I just love that part of the world so glad to see you post some fab pics !

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Wow, what a fantastic set of pictures, Love the subject and the way you captured it.

I would love to have a opportunity like that.

You did a great job handling the harsh light of the sun.
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Set 1, fifth shot -- you can smell the earth. Great captures.
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Hey Alan: those are super shots! A slice of Americana, and some of those shots would be good in a history textbook.

I do love Americana. If I was wealthy I'd choose to live in a different small town every year. I figure you have to be in each town for a year (or so) to really experience it. Thanks Steven.
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cool set, I enjoy the characters and would say they sure can till!
I wish I could have gotten closer to the old cowboy. His wrinkles and tough skin are classic. Thanks!
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THose are great .. I just love that part of the world so glad to see you post some fab pics !
Thanks HarjTT! If you ever get out here I'll show you around.
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