Monday, November 1, 2010

Light air practice shots

Some cool shots of Craig and JB practicing in light air before the ECC's. The pictures are courtesy of my roommate and good friend of 505s Matt Clark. Have a look at them as a slide show, Matt has a continuous shooting mode on his camera and you can see the boat pitching from frame to frame.

Check out the entire album here.

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