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The May Bumps, Cambridge

Our Camera Club had an outing here the other day. Some of you lot might enjoy these for one reason or another...
All E-M1ii, 40-150/1.4tc.

Anyone who want to read up on the background to these strange racing rituals can find a lot of details here: https://www.cucbc.org/bumps

Rounding Ditton Bend1400x1050 sRGB by drmarkf, on Flickr

Determination in pink1400x1050 sRGB by drmarkf, on Flickr

Cox - Give it 101400x1050 sRGB by drmarkf, on Flickr

Selwyn ladies specs1400x1050 sRGB by drmarkf, on Flickr

Watching the rowing1400x1050 sRGB by drmarkf, on Flickr
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Re: The May Bumps, Cambridge

I like visiting Cambridge but never made it to this event. Thanks.
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Re: The May Bumps, Cambridge

Probably easier to follow than the Le Mans 24 hours is in North America where 'live updates' means waiting three hours to find out why one of the factory Porsche lost so many laps so early.

Probably doesn't need media passes to the same degree either. I can't imagine you have to deal with French officials who either let you get away with everything or try to stop you doing anything.

Now I've had my grump the Mallard is a bit small and swimming out of the frame.
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Re: The May Bumps, Cambridge

#4 - I can't understand the point of having such a big cox.
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I'm guessing that the last one is a nod to Cartier-Bresson.
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Some very determined faces there!
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Re: The May Bumps, Cambridge

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#4 - I can't understand the point of having such a big cox.


There are about 500 answers to that, but most of them are unsuitable for a family forum.
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