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    Quote Originally Posted by pebu View Post
    Forgot about this one of me doing a eurocarve at steamboat.



    Boy, for being soft snow that day it isn't moving much...
    I could photoshop some flying snow off your board and maybe some motion blur, I might even be able to put some bend to your board with a distortion filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by photodad2001 View Post
    I could photoshop some flying snow off your board and maybe some motion blur, I might even be able to put some bend to your board with a distortion filter.
    Too late. I even upgraded the board to a 252 Tinkler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vahur View Post
    Showing here how low person can fall (without touching the snow ) Backside not so good, but I'm working on it...
    I'm also a fan of "falling" turns. Here's one the elusive heelsides. Sorry, no close-up...
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    Quote Originally Posted by big canuck View Post
    I looked that good at 40!! Dude you're killing it and, on a Burner!!!??? Adopt me and teach me your ways!!

    Willy Witt, I didnt realize it to now the shot you posted is you!! Killer guy. Edit: **** not WW but Mud. Nice shot.

    Pics comin next season fo sho.

    Keep em coming!
    gotta dig for some better shots buy here's a few of me and gleb

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    Last year in Gellivare Sweden on my old Volant Excel GS173
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    Quote Originally Posted by pebu View Post
    Forgot about this one of me doing a eurocarve at steamboat.
    lawlz


    Here's me at one of the limbo contests, ses06 maybe (complete with bending board and spray ) I think mostly Bob Jenney shots, and the top-down is Scott Firestone.




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    Check out the knee cap trench in the 2nd shot, that is some fine work on both side of the cameras

    I love the smooth arc of the board as opposed to the kink at the front binding; IE nose about to fold

    blue on the front, yellow on the back? I like that idea.
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    A rare photo of me this spring at Cypress in some spring slush, photo emailed to me by Rod the softbooter.

    Sure people can ride, but my hat is off the the guys that can take a picture, I cant take a decent snowboarding picture to save my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by photodad2001 View Post
    Is that on a Razor?
    You are correct. The 2 last photos of ma are on the RAZOR with Cateks and burton boots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carver View Post
    Hows this at 65 years old at Park City this year? On Sitka run. Too much fun! BC: Thanks! I was lucky enough to follow the late John Goodwin down the hiil at Sun Valley. He got me going, then I hooked up with Terry English, Frank Moreles and Ray! I think you can see Ray on this thread. Frank raced for Sims when it all started and Terry is still one of the best in the world!
    I think that's photoshopped. Burners don't ride that good.



    Sorry Tim I couldn't resist. Looking good my man. Hope we get to Burn some turns next winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carvedog View Post
    I think that's photoshopped. Burners don't ride that good.
    Too true. I was on my madd that day...someone edited it out and put a 197 Burner under my feet


    Oh, wait...that was Bryan. Never mind
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    "Excuse my trench"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFluff View Post






    separate your knees!


    carvedog, burners ride great......
    but not so much that they're worth more now than they were a decade ago

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    Sweet pics JJ. Seeing those together I can almost see how your ride. May not make sense to some - great glimpse into your style.


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    It's a very relaxed style. You can tell he's not scared of going down or anything. Arms are low, sometimes hands even on the knees. It's a pretty pure style.
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    ugly mugshots

    maybe ?

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    (credit upper photo : David Cook)
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    "Excuse my trench"

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    Photo by Bob Jenney
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    Not super hi res LOL but it was some of my best carving. It's funny how it's hard to get those perfect days...the right light, the right snow, light crowds, and time off of work to enjoy it. Oh yeah, and somebody with a camera to grab a picture at just the right moment. The pictures in this thread are really great!
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    Hey Ben

    Love your avatar!!!!!

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    Killington,VT

    Looking forward to this winter!!
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    Nice carving picture!

    Here's one. It's not me, but I like the way this guy carves!!!
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    sorry to bring this back up....

    but nothing beats a work in progress... WCS ladies, as of 2 seasons ago i was closer to taming the beast, even on a bad day. i've worked on ceasing to flap my arms and continued the separation of "ze knees." goal on recentering has been helping my riding a lot. also finally succumbing to repairing my knee has allowed for improvement as well. looking forward to a much more productive season this year. winter where are you??
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    I don't have many pictures but this is a "best carving picture" because the landscape was just amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by ealely View Post
    I don't have many pictures but this is a "best carving picture" because the landscape was just amazing
    Looks awesome. Where is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carvedog View Post
    Looks awesome. Where is this?
    Treble Cone, New Zealand
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    Falls Creek, Victoria Australia.18th August 08,
    2nd run of the season... still getting my muscle memory back....Got better as the week progressed...
    as you can see from pic # 2 lost some speed, and decided to put a little weight on the dragging hand... fell apart after that....
    178 FP

    Still petting the dog though....

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    at MES 08.
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    Here's mine.
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    Such good pix in here.

    I got my new 2009 Buyers guide from Transworld snowboarding........
    not a single mention of an alpine set up, or any catek or bombers in it.......

    such hogwash.......

    Carvers rule, screw the parkers.
    If there isn't snow, It is still Ski season... JETSKI SEASON ! Carving on the unfrozen :)

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