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Chilterns 25/10

Discussion in 'Pictures' started by Greg, Oct 25, 2015.

  1. Greg

    Greg MTB Rider Staff Member

    Few snaps from today's ride. Not much go in the legs today sadly, got a bit lost at the end as it was dark and I didn't have any light with me, forgot the sun sets earlier when the clocks go back :sour:

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  2. Greg

    Greg MTB Rider Staff Member

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  3. chris obrien

    chris obrien Active Member

    good job you never had puncture or mechanical at that point ,how far were you off from finishing ?
     
  4. Greg

    Greg MTB Rider Staff Member

    8 miles once the sun set, got as far as I could in the dusk and then the adventure began as there was lots of woodland riding, ended up taking footpath short cuts over fields. Got chased by a herd of horses, actually thought they were going to try and bump in to me! Then got lost in the woods, and on a farm,the country side is pretty spooky in the dark with all the animals scurrying around and making noises :wideyed:
     
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  5. chris obrien

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  6. chris obrien

    chris obrien Active Member

    where is that old church ?
     
  7. Greg

    Greg MTB Rider Staff Member

    St. James's Church in Bix Bottom - OS is SU72628696
     
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  8. AndyB

    AndyB Wheelie for Safety Staff Member

    Amazing pictures, Greg.

    The fall colors are such eye candy. Thank you for sharing.

    Which camera are you using?
     
  9. Greg

    Greg MTB Rider Staff Member

    Cheers Andy! When the sun is out Autumn is beautiful, when the day is overcast everything looks much less impressive!
    I used to have a Canon G15 which took incredible photos for it's small size, but it's not really suited to mountain biking, so sold it and bought a Lumix FT5 tough camera. Shock proof and water proof plus the photos are reasonably good too. Lightroom makes all the difference though.
     
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