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    20X24 nutcases made a video of their work

    This was posted in LFF, but should also be seen here (because its effin amazing!):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwI5By945R0

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    Ties off with a rope... rookie.
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    great video !
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    Fantastic. Those are hard working photographers.
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    OK, so let's say I admire everything about their dedication and process, but watching these two fat asses drag their gear up those switchbacks for well over 2 minutes of this video reminds me I have much more interesting paint drying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROL View Post
    OK, so let's say I admire everything about their dedication and process, but watching these two fat asses drag their gear up those switchbacks for well over 2 minutes of this video reminds me I have much more interesting paint drying.
    hehe, yeah that first two minutes was killer
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    how's that saying go:

    "It's not about the destination, it's about the journey"

    not sure if I'd want to tote those big cameras around myself. A 5x7 Deardorff and a few lenses & holders can poop me out after 10-15 miles!

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    very cool! that hike down must have sucked in the dark!

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    I think that's amazing! Makes my 8x10 look like a toy....my 14 year old daughter thinks they're crazy but did volunteer to help me carry a 20x24 if I buy one

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    Way cool. Thanks for posting.
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