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  1. #121
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    Nice to see someone showing what a Burton can really do.


    I wish I had a good photographer to take some pics...

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Ace* View Post
    I wish I had a good photographer to take some pics...
    Can you make one of the Sunapee trips on a Wednesday?

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    Maybe if I play hooky...
    Let me check out the dates and I'll let you know.
    Thanks,

    *Did you mean Thursdays?
    Last edited by *Ace*; January 6th, 2009 at 08:37 AM.

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    Im not on actuall hardboots yet, but i think its not bad for a first try.
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    Cuttin' cord, chips, and asphalt.

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    I wish I could remember who this was! I snagged this picture off a post on the extremecarving forums at least a few years ago, and tried to find it again so I could say who it was, but my searching powers failed me.
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    Yup that pic kills

    Screensaver for a couple years now

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    I believe that was RicHard, haven't seen him on here for awhile. He was from Italy I believe.
    I think I will spend more time on the carving stick, not sticks, this year.

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    you're right, it's Richard

    Quote Originally Posted by oldvolvosrule View Post
    I believe that was RicHard, haven't seen him on here for awhile. He was from Italy I believe.
    He posts sometimes on the Swoard forum.

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    Ehm... did anybody call me?
    :-)
    Uhmmm... you've got a spy... beacuse... someone found me, telling that my name was mentioned on this forum! :-)
    I hope it has been mentioned for nothing that's considered "wrong"!!!
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    RicHard, people just wanted to know if the picture in post #126 above is you. Looking at your photo gallery, it must be you (pic 20).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimo View Post
    RicHard, people just wanted to know if the picture in post #126 above is you. Looking at your photo gallery, it must be you (pic 20).
    Yes, it's me (on my old Burton FP178) but... obviously... just for that time...It was not me, to take the picture!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RicHard View Post
    Yes, it's me (on my old Burton FP178) but... obviously... just for that time...It was not me, to take the picture!
    God those Burton boards sure do suck.

    Nice to see you around RicH.
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    ....just dont let it intimidate you..... long boards with big scr's smell fear and will hand you your ass if you let them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carvedog View Post
    God those Burton boards sure do suck.

    Nice to see you around RicH.
    Nice to be here! :-)
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    Best Turn I've had!!!! Thanks Joerg for you Pure Boarding Clinic!!!! SES 2008!!!
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    Good shot Ray!

    I've seen you make good "race" style carves back in the OTFS days.

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    New one of me today (also my avatar).


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    Quote Originally Posted by shawndoggy View Post
    New one of me today (also my avatar).

    I like the timid looking skier behind you as you cut your rut.

    Hmmmm... RutCutters (TM)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimo View Post
    I like the timid looking skier behind you as you cut your rut.

    Hmmmm... RutCutters (TM)
    LOL... yeah it does sorta enhance the lame-attude of my shot! And I think the board makes my butt look big.

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    I don't think there's any lameness in the shot. I just like the contrast between you and the skier. You're rockin' it and she's... uh... definitely not rockin' it. In all honesty, I can't see your butt in that pic, but I would guess that it's all that pizza and beer that's making your butt look big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by softbootsailer View Post
    This is a Cool shot...nice Form

    What skiers Butt are you guys talking about?
    Sweet p-shoping job, SBS!

    Got the resort to e-mail me the actual photos. Here's a crop I really like of a couple of turns before the previous photo.


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    That's a NICE pic!
    The older I get, the longer it hurts.

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    Thats a personal best for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arclite View Post
    Thats a personal best for me
    Hey come on now. This is not carving best. This is someone laying on the snow.
    A middle aged lady in rear entry boots skiing past looks better than you do.

    Duuuuuuddddde... get after it. Don't just lay there.
    Quote Originally Posted by eajracing View Post
    ....just dont let it intimidate you..... long boards with big scr's smell fear and will hand you your ass if you let them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carvedog View Post
    Hey come on now. This is not carving best. This is someone laying on the snow.
    A middle aged lady in rear entry boots skiing past looks better than you do.

    Duuuuuuddddde... get after it. Don't just lay there.
    Hahahahahah yeah it was actually when i gave my friend the camera and i got a boot out but it came out nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjl View Post
    I wish I could remember who this was! I snagged this picture off a post on the extremecarving forums at least a few years ago, and tried to find it again so I could say who it was, but my searching powers failed me.
    Good speed on that one.... looks like the night before was a very cold one too!!!

    Love the pics everybody... nice to see some trenchin' action here in the middle of summer

    Steve

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    Before I took the plates off the FRIGHTTRAIN (Rozzi190), I was on one the biggest trails @ jiminy peak and as usual.... Im the one with the camera in my pocket ( Always a bridesmaid... never a Bride on the groom!) so I had to climb back up the hill to get a pic of this nice piece of my work.

    Fave pic of a carve I've done this season with full extension complete with glove drag line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave ESPI View Post
    Fave pic of a carve I've done this season with full extension complete with glove drag line.
    Hey, I have one just like that!


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    Here's a EC with glove line and trying to do a 360 heelside, taken last year in Tahoe (including confused skier)
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    here's mine

    This was taken by Vahur at ECS09 and its the first photo of me riding I have seen for a long time. I love it but I think I should maybe riding at SES09 as I ride more race style than extreme carve. Also if anyone thinks I am doing something wrong, please tell me as I am always looking to improve.
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    You Bet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willow 15 View Post
    This was taken by Vahur at ECS09 and its the first photo of me riding I have seen for a long time. I love it but I think I should maybe riding at SES09 as I ride more race style than extreme carve. Also if anyone thinks I am doing something wrong, please tell me as I am always looking to improve.
    Looks like you could use a little bigger smile.



    Nice turn.
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    ....just dont let it intimidate you..... long boards with big scr's smell fear and will hand you your ass if you let them.

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