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discreetphoton 11 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2007 4:40PM
Perfect amount of movement on the wheels for me, and i like the suggestion that the rider's looking at you.

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pennyspike 13 2.1k 29 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2007 4:41PM
Good d o f control and I'm sure he's smiling for the camera.
Penny
Redbull 10 8 Scotland
5 Jul 2007 4:58PM
Perfection !
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
5 Jul 2007 5:04PM
He has given it a real handful.Great action shot.
Tom.
whipspeed Plus
12 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2007 5:37PM
Nice one, the rider looking in your direction, and the position, is what takes this out of the average.
cuffit Plus
9 261 3 England
5 Jul 2007 6:32PM
Great skills by Leon and you; the picture stands out even more in the large version. By the way, I am a big fan of BSB - did you take the picture from the cafe area behind the public fence, or did you get a spot a bit closer. I ask because I want to buy a 70-200 and I wonder how close you need to be to get a shot like yours with the 200? Chris
Hailwood 9 2 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2007 7:35PM
Thanks for the comments, This was practice day and I had a Pass from one of the riders which allowed me trackside access in the pitboard signalling area, I was using a Canon 5d which is full frame. So a 70-200 would give a good shot anyway even if you were stood further back. Andy
cuffit Plus
9 261 3 England
5 Jul 2007 8:27PM
Many thanks. Chris
NikLG 11 1.7k England
6 Jul 2007 9:34AM
Great Shot. Focus is perfect and the DoF is very nice.

Nik
Gazzten 10 3 1 United Kingdom
6 Jul 2007 12:06PM
Great shot and as Whipspeed says, the position makes it even better.
C_Daniels 11 399 10 England
28 Aug 2008 2:47PM
Nice one Andy...

Great timing - sharp and a cracking viewpoint with the unfolding track as a backdrop !

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