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Barber Vintage Fest

Barber Vintage Fest
This past weekend I went to Birmingham for the 8th Annual Barber Vintage Fest at Barber Motorsports Park. It was the second time I had been to the park. I went back in April for the Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. It was as beautiful as ever and we enjoyed some truly wonderful weather. I went up early for the MotoGiro South event. I drove the chase truck behind all of the vintage motorcycle riders. It was a beautiful drive up and down, the winding route through the countryside of Birmingham.       Above: It was a vintage motorcycle event; Some of the bikes needed a little...
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Saints vs Redskins

Saints vs Redskins
The New Orleans Saints have not had a great start. In fact they have had a terrible start at 0-4! At least I got to attend the Saints vs Redskins game and take some shots of the game. Being that our seats are about the 7th row, its almost like being on the field. Not really.. but it's close enough to get a few good shots. So I "snuck" my 70-200mm into the game (It's a 1/2" longer than the max 6" lens they allow us "non-photographers" to bring into the game) and was able to snap off a "few" shots during the game. I say a "few" very sarcastically...
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The annual – I love my 7D’s 8 FPS!

The annual – I love my 7D’s 8 FPS!
A few weeks ago I spent the week on Ono Island in Alabama. Even with the high water and crazy rip current out in the Gulf because of TS Debby, in the bay we still could take the boat out and do some tubing. I strapped on my 70-200mm to my 7D and found my position on the back of the boat and fired away. I guess the only bad thing about shooting 8 FPS is that it does shoots 8 FPS and the pictures rack up quick. I had about 30 keepers that I edited out of about 800 shots. But in this case I would rather have gone through all the rejects to get THE shot than miss...
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Huey P Bridge – Last on the Lanes

Huey P Bridge – Last on the Lanes
Yesterday I posted about the Huey P Long Bridge traffic switch. There was a contest to be the "First Over" the newly constructed lanes (see that post from yesterday) and also to be the "Last Over" the soon to be demolished 77 year old lanes. Thanks to an antique car club in New Orleans, the contest winner got to ride over old lanes in a 1931 Model A.   Above: Contest winner, Kathryn Aikman, in front of the 1931 Model A     Above: 1931 Model A       Above: Cristina got to ride over in a historic 1936 Buick (FDR, Eisenhower, & Churchill all rode...
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Huey P Bridge – First on the Lanes

Huey P Bridge – First on the Lanes
This past weekend traffic was switched over to the newly constructed lanes of the Huey P Long Bridge. On Saturday contest winner, Gaynell Peterson, was selected to be the first person from the public to drive over the new lanes. Thanks to Bergeron Motors, she got drive over the new lanes in a brand new Fisker Karma ES, an extended range electric car that cost a whopping $100K.   Above: Contest Winner with one of the bridge builders   It really was a sweet looking car!               For more photos go to my Facebook Page and Like Us.   I will post...
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