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Some MTB shots from today

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Location: England
Oct 07, 2007 15:16 |  #1







tried to get some different angles today and it was the first go on my Powershot as its easier to carry than the 400D :-)

C&C welcome as always

Thanks for looking.

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Oct 07, 2007 17:02 |  #2

I took my 400D out riding with me for the first time, only got it out a couple of times and none were anywhere near as good as yours! One or two were ok but they didn't have the same action feel as yours. Definately got some inspiration from your shots. I've just had a A710is arrive so I'll be taking that with me next time, a lot more friendly bike size!

Btw nice bikes ;)

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Oct 08, 2007 05:03 |  #3

great pics there mate. What poershot is with? Need a new P&S to take on bike rides as my 300D is just too big really to realisticly carry all the time!


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Oct 08, 2007 06:40 |  #4

Nice shots, looks like you have a great trail there. Wish I had taken a camera along when I was riding, seems like I had a training mind set and didn't even think of shooting. Lesson to all, enjoy the time on the trail not just the thrashing and speed.


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