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Old 06-08-2008, 08:39 AM   #92
Dump The Air
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I'll shoot whatever presents itself track side, day or night. Who cares if its raining or snowing, some of the most spectacular shots I've seen have been in heavy rain. Shooting at night is always a great challenge, shooting a good streak usually means finding props to make the shot interesting, and sometimes trying to focus in pitch dark...

I'm not gonna cap and turn the camera off because a GEVO or a Dash-9 or the same old LIRR train heads my way

I shoot it now because in 30 years I'm gonna be happy I did.
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