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    Very cold when I shot these. around -20 C Brrrr. I lasted maybe 20 min.
    Will go back.
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    and one with a kid.
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    This is a tough one because when you think sports photography, you think emotion, action, etc. These do work well, they remind me of a sports artist of the 80's named Leroy Neiman.

    I like the first one because my eyes are not attracted to the stone as much, like the others.
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    My preference is also the first one. I do find the lit wheel at the top a bit distracting and taking away from the action. I'm thinking cropping the wheel just below the centre of it.

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    I actually like shot 3 taken at the peak of the "action"

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    This is a tough one because when you think sports photography, you think emotion, action, etc.
    Is this really a sport though. I thought is was something put into the winter Olympics as a bit of an in-joke on the rest of the world
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