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Old Jan 25, 2012, 9:06 PM   #1
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What a stark yet beautiful place! If I had to pick favorites, they would 4 and 6.
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What a stark yet beautiful place! If I had to pick favorites, they would 4 and 6.
Thanks Yuki, two of my favorites as well...the desert is so beautiful and awe inspiring especially as long as you have AC somewhere that you can run to...lol...
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Beautiful Desert Scape!
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G'day LTZ

I love 'em all - what a magnificent series of images
Those rugged mountains would be a photographer's dream any day, but your shooting times of sunrise / sunset have capped them off very well

I presume the 'taxi' in #9 is your tugger for your 5th-wheeler??
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G'day LTZ

I love 'em all - what a magnificent series of images
Those rugged mountains would be a photographer's dream any day, but your shooting times of sunrise / sunset have capped them off very well

I presume the 'taxi' in #9 is your tugger for your 5th-wheeler??
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Yes Phil thats the "toter" for the RV/Caravan...it really looked good in that lighting and against that backdrop so I shot a few of it...lol...the lighting at that time was magnificent!
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G'day LTZ

Just out of interest ... how about some pix & info re- your RV rig > size, shape, how-heavy, maybe some internals too. It would be interesting to see "how the other half lives"

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Just out of interest ... how about some pix & info re- your RV rig > size, shape, how-heavy, maybe some internals too. It would be interesting to see "how the other half lives"

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Phil these links will give a better idea than I can supply...of course I made a few modifications here and there as well...
http://www.sportchassis.com/
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Phil these links will give a better idea than I can supply...of course I made a few modifications here and there as well...
http://www.sportchassis.com/
http://www.rvweb.com/guides/manufact...-1084479934778

Good grief Cole, you have way too many toys!
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Good grief Cole, you have way too many toys!
N'er a truer word said Yuki...I am growing old, but not up! Lol...
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