ouch that sucks, glad you are ok though.
I had a lowside incident not to long ago.
Isn't it the most surreal thing ever? I didn't even know what was going on, just that it wasn't normal.
I'll be honest... it wasn't really that surreal because I've crashed dirtbikes worse before when I was younger. I just picked the bike up and waited until I got back into focus and continued on downhill without holding back. I try not to let it get to me.
It went like this: It was about halfway through the canyon I took a blind corner too fast and it got sharper and sharper as I was going through it and I ended up riding too close to the dirt and my bike instantly stopped once it hit the soft dirt and threw me over the bars onto the pavement; so I guess it was more of a highside. My bike ended up at a 45* angle upsidedown on the dirt berm with the left side on the pavement scratched up. It was totally my fault for not choosing a better entry speed and not putting a knee out for a little more angle, but you how it is - you live you learn.
Anyways, later on I'll post a couple cell phone pics of the beautiful Glendora morning that I took about 10 minutes or so before the crash. :P