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Sancho's 2005 Jeep Wrangler X

Discussion in 'Member's Rides' started by Sancho, Sep 30, 2018.

  1. Sancho

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    Adventures of a stocker....

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    Some of these look like they were taken via drone, were they?

    Awesome photos either way!
     
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    Yes... ever since MetalCloak chipped in on the monthly.pic contest.. my friend started to take pics.

    Before.. I didnt care. Now i have a ton of pics.. so i'll put them here.
     
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    Very cool, I don't blame you.

    I need to take some cool photos of my TJ with my drone as well.
     
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    Calcite mine trail - anza.
    Ill add some of the more technical parts later.
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    Nice pics!
     
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    Very nice pictures and beautiful scenery!
     
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    Thanks.

    I have this forum to thank for the pics. I was never a pic guy, until the pic competition on here. And I also have a place to dump the new pics.

    The desert is weirdly pretty or ugly.. nothing in between, imo.

    Anza Borrego is interesting because the Salton Sea is in the background.. and the western mountains can have crazy flower blooms carpeting the whole mountain side, not to mention the hidden waterfalls...
     
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    'The desert is weirdly pretty or ugly.. nothing in between, imo."

    I enjoyed your pics of the desert, at least it has character unlike the deserts of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Iraq.
     
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    Cool, I'll throw more pics up.
     
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    This area was under water at one point...so they say. But you can find prehistoric fossils of ocean life at an area called shell reef.

    Other pic is of the pumpkin patch.. where over the years.. nearly circular shaped mud rocks get formed by wind rolling them through mud like a snow ball.

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