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Old 12th of June 2007 (Tue)   #1
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Default Six Hours of Watkins Glen

Here are a few from the weekend:















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Old 12th of June 2007 (Tue)   #2
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Great photos as usual.

It was a good weekend to watch racing. I was down there as well. I'll be posting some photos soon but they aren't nearly as impressive as yours! The sun made taking pictures harsh, at least for a newbie. I probably have some pictures with you in them. I was all over the place that weekend.
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Class work as always John.
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Great Stuff JT.
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I love low angle on the guardrail shot.
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I love low angle on the guardrail shot.
If you're referring to the going away shot, that is one of my favorites too.

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