Day 226 of 365: Warp speed

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    I guess that's just my way of saying, it was a pretty busy day.

    Friday, December 12th. 2008

    blufarrie, Ernesto Castro, and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Victor Pross: ICONS & IDOLS ART 99 months ago | reply

      hot damn, it is a ghost trunk!!

    2. Mick Smith 99 months ago | reply

      And you've said it well mate. Awesome!

    3. Wenspics 99 months ago | reply

      awesome work on this one!! and gotta love the Petes!

    4. Ernesto Castro 99 months ago | reply

      excellent work!!!

    5. i stay fly [deleted] 93 months ago | reply

      i saw this on picnik.com and i loved it!! great picture!

    6. toothygrin2000 93 months ago | reply

      I love it. Wow.

    7. mamaheartsbugsy 93 months ago | reply

      This is awesome.

    8. jeff0803 89 months ago | reply

      beautiful!!! how did you do this??

    9. faith studios 88 months ago | reply

      I'd like to know how you did that!!! that's just awesome :) wtg!!

    10. blmiers2 83 months ago | reply

      I love this!

    11. alyssaleelawrence 75 months ago | reply

      holy cow!! can you tell me how you did that!?

    12. Oliver Chelsea 73 months ago | reply

      can one day u make for me ??

    13. teamdime1001 70 months ago | reply

      This is such a sick pic!!!
      How did you do that?!!

    14. static bob 70 months ago | reply

      I’ve been asked several times about who this one was shot, and I figure now is as good a time as any to put the question to bed. The original picture was a 10 second exposure. I shut off all the lights in the bay. Set up the camera, and moved the truck forward very slowly while the lens was open. As for post processing I think about all I really added to it, was a little HDR-ish over on picnik. Hope that helps.

    15. vJ_fG 64 months ago | reply

      can you teach me how to do such magic? B-)

    16. teliotatos1 63 months ago | reply

      How did you do it??? I love it!

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