Week 10: Blazed

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    I was stumped on this one, so I typed in 'blazed' on flickr to see what came up. I happened to find a picture very similar to this one with the description 'blazing fast'. I have tried this shot in the past, but without a tripod. It can be seen here:

    flic.kr/p/9RJRwM

    This time, however, I had a tripod and an assistant. I took over 100 pictures and what you see here is a composite of the best interior and exterior shots that I had. I added something else to this picture, but I'll let you figure out what that is. Hint: I wasn't doing anything illegal!

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    1. Folk|Photography 26 months ago | reply

      JESUS! 140+ mph??? WOW.

      Oh wait...just read the description. ;) NICE SHOT!

    2. Anthony DiSanto Photography 26 months ago | reply

      I was thinking the same thing Gil. I have this same car, and she starts shaking at 100 :P But then I read the description and realized something :D

    3. Alex Zornitsky Photography 26 months ago | reply

      First of all, no hands on steering wheel, plus the speedo.

    4. Gnar5tar 26 months ago | reply

      Sweet shot! So tough to get these sharp, nice work

    5. Zachary Koontz Photography 26 months ago | reply

      Haha I've been over 100 before but it never felt shaky to me. Just a little lifty...

      Thanks everyone else!

    6. Anthony DiSanto Photography 26 months ago | reply

      ^How many miles are on your Accord?

    7. Jorge269. 26 months ago | reply

      god.. thought you were really going that fast! the needle thing is funny haha & awesome editing with the pictures!

    8. Zachary Koontz Photography 26 months ago | reply

      A little over 85,000, and it's a 2005 model. You?

    9. Folk|Photography 26 months ago | reply

      Oooohhh it's an Accord! I thought it was a CRV. I was like, "CRVs go 130??" lol. Again, nice shot man.

    10. Giedre Sarkunaite | automotive photography, worldw [deleted] 26 months ago | reply

      really great work!

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