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Got my speed fix with my brother on the Harley (me on left taking photo), then at the KART track. My very first time to try this, what a blast! Had two races; I placed fifth in the first race, second in the second race, got award for "most improved" but "most embarrassed" was more like it, I couldn't stand to have everyone lap me one more time and became very determined not to place last again. This was not point and shoot driving like the freeway, it's not about how fast you can go but rather how fast you can turn. I didn't wipe out at least. ;o)
(Sept. 9, 2011 with NEW CAMERA, why isn't my EXIF info showing?)
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Sep 15 2011 05:50 GMT Pea2007
Nice reflections.
Why isn't your EXIF info showing.
Many recent image manipulation programs recognize and preserve Exif data when writing to a modified image, this is not the case for most older programs. Many image gallery programs also recognise Exif data and optionally display it alongside the images.

Sep 15 2011 06:45 GMT legs4daze PRO
Thank you; so maybe I'm out of luck with my new/old camera for this feature?
Sep 15 2011 07:35 GMT 01mitch
great reflection!! well done steph,
Sep 15 2011 15:28 GMT jomoud PRO
Marvelous reflection shots.
And lotsa of fun information:):)
Seeing the Harley makes my heart go flutter:):) In my younger years I used to be the proud owner of a 1942 U.S. Army 1250cc Harley:):):)
Sep 15 2011 16:55 GMT saffi9
great story theres only one place you can go up :)
nice to see you
Sep 15 2011 18:01 GMT fhelsing PRO
a cool entry!
Sep 16 2011 01:02 GMT hans55 PRO
very good reflections picture !!
Sep 16 2011 15:51 GMT julie13
Nice work, I really like this
Sep 16 2011 17:59 GMT legs4daze PRO
Geoff, it was over 100 degrees, I was so hot I thought I was gonna faint when I got the helmet off (from riding the bike), just trying to hold still and stay upright, haha...

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