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  • Taken with Panasonic DMC-ZS25
  • Focal Length 4.3 mm
  • Exposure Time 10/1000
  • f Aperture f/3.5
  • ISO Speed 100

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I was not hurt.   Deer hit me on the left side.  Deer hit the handle bars and the bike went down so fast I thought the crash was the sound of the deer hitting me.  We slide for about 100 feet, at which time the deer slide off of me.  I continued for another 150 feet at which time the bike hit the shoulder and flipped me off.  Heals over head and looking at my landing, I saw my two feet, one on each side of the reflector pole.  I was lucky and the pole caught my right thigh and kind of spun me slightly.  Then the bike came tumbling and hit me on the right side.  The front wheel was actually on top of my chest, which made it hard to even raise my head.   One of the guys started to pull it off before I could stop him.  So this is the picture with that slight alteration.  It would have been better if the bike hadn't been moved.  The guy with the phone to his ear is the only person to see this all happen.  I did end up with a hole in the back of my jacket, and the leather outer skin was scrapped off of my right boot.  Read about it here and see pics.


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