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Picture perfect tricks ! at ~0:20-0:25 you did a perfect demonstration of the trick I've been working on for a while. I think seeing it done like that from that angle is going to help me finally get it. It helped me understand it better. Now, if I could just figure out the entry to the Tazs & Slots... I'd be a happy guy.

Beautiful flying, and those colors are striking.


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