Random Scenic Shots

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Stealth 4x4

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Thanks! That was one of those days when the fall colors were peaking and everywhere you looked in the park there seemed to be a postcard waiting to be snipped outta the landscape. Places like that help make photography a lot of fun.

Great thread here.
 

Stealth 4x4

Adventurer
Nice capture! There are so many great new places out there to visit. Threads like this are constant reminders of the many nice spots just waiting to be found. I just got home from a trip and the photos in these threads are making we want to hop back in the truck and take off again.
 
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Scenic WonderRunner

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Nice capture! There are so many great new places out there to visit. Threads like this are constant reminders of the many nice spots just waiting to be found. I just got home from a trip and the photos in these threads are making we want to hop back in the truck and take off again.
Thank You....Stealth 4x4!

You Completely understand the Spirit of this thread!

Thank You for your Contributions!

Keep them coming!.....have fun out there....and make memories!


Aloha! ........"SWR".....!





Arizona Outback!

Go.......Discover!

 
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Scenic WonderRunner

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Anza~Borrego, California......



The Desert is Alive!

Come Visit....!



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Stealth 4x4

Adventurer
Desert wildflowers out there can be simply incredible, especially in a really wet year. Nice shot of that pink sand verbena. Some years it forms a really thick carpet. I hope to see some spots like that this spring. Here are a few winter shots from our recent Minnesota trip.
Common Goldeneye

Snowy Boulder

Sharp-tailed Grouse

River Shot

Fog on River

Great Grey Owl
 

upcruiser

Perpetual Transient
Some shots from my Atacama desert trip in Chile last September. I really need to get off my arse and get all the pics uploaded.


El Mano del Desierto


Stretch of road in the great salt flats near the Bolivia and Argentina border. The surface wasn't pavement but just crushed salt.


One of the thousands of roadside memorials along the Panamerican highway.


Abandoned truck along the Panamerican highway. Amazingly, after inspecting it, we discovered that it had been driven recently, and it looked like an bearing failure on the front axle caused its demise.
 
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Scenic WonderRunner

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Post up your.....Scenic Shots...! (no Rigs)




Cherry Creek.....Arizona.



A long road.....to Four Peaks, Arizona.

 
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