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    Thanks Chris and V.
    I do like hearing that. All Alan told me was which ones he didn't like =)
    I do especially like the ones at the spot where Geoff broke. I knew it when I saw the lighting. And the Alan on the ramp down turned out very dramatic with the CPL and the sky. I have one of each of you guys there, so remind me when I'm done, I'll make a CD of all the bigguns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatchkins View Post
    Thanks Chris and V.
    I do like hearing that. All Alan told me was which ones he didn't like =)
    Dude, you asked for it and it had nothing to do with liking them. }
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    moab09

    Here's some from Moab Rim.
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    Posted on JU with credit...
    Touch the cow. Do it NOW!

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    I can't wait to work on your KC hill climb pic. Your Jeep looks like it's just hanging there while the springs are doing their own thing. I know you know which one
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    on NAXJA with credit.

    Mike - you're aweseome dude. Great Moab Rim shots. I'm looking forward to KC too, I was at the bottom of the hill convincing the lady in the mostly stock JK that you and Bob knew what you were going... =)
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    Moab Rim was hard to photograph. I wasn't very happy with my photos from that trail either. I only got 1 or 2 of Alan coming down that I considered great photos. Nice photos anyway.

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    Thanks. Yeah the light/dark contrast and the crazy angles made my mind explode last night
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatchkins View Post
    Thanks. Yeah the light/dark contrast and the crazy angles made my mind explode last night
    DUDE! Did it make you panic, feel like you were about to tip over, then you started screaming "I'm gonna die! I'm gonna die!" in a high pitched little girl voice?

    I'm not saying I can relate... I'm just askin', that's all. =)
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    lol
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