"This is the part that really scares me." Why is that, Matt? He was just racing, not rushing an organ to save a life.
Hello just seeing if by chance u have any phots from vegas rounds 1&2 jr2 &jr1 my son won jr2 on sunday and wasy looking for some pitcures 460&260
thanks jodie winkler
If I remember correctly you collect these. I found this on a mazda forum. Its from the chicago auto show...
The only times I wore shorts in 2009 was a funeral and loorrs. Youve seen it many time.
Did you mean pants? I'm confused... lol
Hey Kartman, I did reply then he took a jab and locked. I was unable to get back on till today. I wanted to set record staight on our terms, plus some who read may have not gone back to the post, thus the post I wrote. Thanks Dan
oh i was gonna add you. if you can check out my page. and let me know what you think of my photos ive taken so far. thanks! www.flickr.com/lucashuffman
you got flickr?
You seem to attract a lot more flak than did I in my heydey, more big brother/police state/corporate liability fears out there now. Does this technique work anymore? I would shoot the "official" with a 35 or 50mm as I whipped out my mini-cassette recorder and started interviewing: What's your name? What's your employee #? What is your supervisor's name? What's his name? Why are you interferring with my work. I am NOT big and intimidating.
Inside or outside a racecar, danger make me feel alive, I admit it.
Matt, back in the 80's when I shooting SX and off road with Tri-X, folks would think I was a bit loony with shots I'd take with short lenses, esp near jumps. I'd reply that vehicles in the air didn't scare me, it was the ones on the ground that often gave me pause 'cuz no matter the attitude, I knew the airborne vehicles' trajectories. Happy Thanksgiving!
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