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I grew interested in photography while watching my father document family trips to Britain during the 1980s. I purchased my first digital camera, a Nikon 990, in 2000 and my first SLR, a Nikon D90, in 2009. My preference is to shoot landscapes, wildlife, and architecture, but I've had some luck with other subjects as well. These images may not be used without permission.

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Cycling

Zuelow @ MacKenzie Pass

I fell in love with bicycle racing while watching the 1984 Olympic road race in Los Angeles. My parents bought me my first racing bike that winter and I did my first race in March 1985. I've been riding ever since, racing seriously from 1985-1992 with a speciality in track cycling. I took a break from competitive cycling during much of the 1990s and 2000s, riding for fun on the weekends and during the summer. Recently I made the decision to get back into racing, to lose weight, and to find my fitness. The thrill is still there. I now focus on time trialing, the so-called "race of truth." Cycling is a very tactical sport and the fastest rider does not always win in mass start events. Not so in time trialing when it is simply the rider against the clock, the wind and the terrain. Fastest racer over a set distance wins.

 

 

 

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