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    Default A Different Type of Wildlife

    Here's a shot from the Kincaid Motocross Park this last Fall. My brother in-law and I were driving around looking for moose to photograph and ended up finding this dirt track. It gave us a great opportunity to experiment with some motion shots along with the Fall colors as a backdrop. A lot of fun!

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    Great shot and great timing! What was the details on gear and settings?
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    EricL,
    Give me a day or two and I will get the info. As far as the gear goes, Canon 30D, 100-400mm IS lens and hand held.

    Ha, great memory huh.

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    That's a nice action photo!

    Fo a moment I thought you were going to show us some of "the great wild life" of Anchorage

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    panning doesn't get much better than that...
    I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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