And here is the view from Muchmore, and I want you to notice something.
Compare Babushka Lady who is taking a picture to Mary Moorman who is not taking one. Babushka Lady's arms are raised. Her hands are right up in front of her face. She is obviously taking a picture. But, Mary Moorman's arms are down. She does not have that camera up to her eye at that moment. She is NOT taking a picture at that moment. She has ALREADY taken her picture. But, that's the moment of the Moorman photo.
That's the same instant in time. Come on; how much closer could it be? How many times do you think the Kennedys were arranged like that? If that's the same instant, and Mary Moorman was no longer shooting, what does that tell you? It tells you that she had already taken her picture when the Moorman photo was taken.
BJ Martin was originally farther back behind Hargis as they maintained the neat formation. But, what most have happened is that the driver Greer braked hard (and in another Muchmore frame, you can see the brake light come on) and Hargis reacted right away by braking his motorcycle. But, Martin did NOT react right away, so he didn't slow as much, and hence, he gained on Hargis from how it was shortly before. And that's why we see this arrangement. Plus, Muchmore's angle is contributing to the effect of seeing Martin so forward. But, Babushka Lady was even more at an angle to it than Muchmore. Her line of sight was even more diagonal than Muchmore's. And it means that to her camera, BJ Martin would have been thrust even more forward. You see the front of a motorcycle in that frame. Whose motorcycle is it? It's BJ Martin's. Well, it's the same in the Moorman photo.
So, that is the front wheel of Martin's motorcycle. But, look at the rear of Hargis' motorcycle where his toolbox is. That's not lined up with that front wheel. They are not continuous. The toolbox is deeper in the photo than the front wheel. Can't you see that? THEY ARE TWO SEPARATE MOTORCYCLES!