*!?**# !...Now What ? by Joe Mortelliti
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Climbing a steep 120 ft high dune face in a 4wd,SA…sometimes has it’s problems.

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  • Werner Padarin
    Werner Padarinover 4 years ago

    Joe, looks like the climbing didn’t have any problems at all – coming down again might be another story though – great shot!

  • Going down is the scary part…but low range 1st gear and throttle on makes it easy:-))

    – Joe Mortelliti

  • Wendy  Slee
    Wendy Sleeover 4 years ago

    whoops!
    lol
    classic shot!

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 4 years ago

    Oh whoops! (it’s moments like these …) Trust someone came up with a solution in the end. Love the simplicity of this shot. You have placed the subject in the perfect 1/3 adding to the impact. Excellent image Joe … I can imagine this one being a great stock seller!

  • Meg Hart
    Meg Hartover 4 years ago

    Heheh..nice one Joe…Super shot…!!!

  • Jason D. Laderoute
    Jason D. Lader...over 4 years ago

    The Perspective I awesome the Sentiment in the Title is exactly what would be the fight for my tongue
    LOL this image reminds me of pulling into a tight Ditch and when I tried to pull around my Bumpers got hung up perfectly stranding me just as this image reveals the joys of the total Opposite scenario
    Have Shovel? Will Travel?

  • Snatch straps are less work than shovels:-))

    – Joe Mortelliti

  • Robert Elliott
    Robert Elliottover 4 years ago

    LOL, been there, done that, poor bugger
    Wonderful shot, love it…. I now know I’m not the only drongo

  • Sand pits for big kids for sure…so much fun to be had Robert:-))

    – Joe Mortelliti

  • Philip Golan
    Philip Golanover 4 years ago

    Ohhhh dear. Poor bugger indeed. I agree with Rosalie that this will be a great stock seller.
    Great capture Joe.

  • Peter Hammer
    Peter Hammerover 4 years ago

    Ouch!!! Ring the RACV for emergency road assist??? Not as bad as the car I saw once while out bushwalking. It was stuck like Jason’s EXCEPT this was the bottom a very long track down into a gully and an equally long one on the other side.

    Well I reckon if you dig enough out at the front and then start underneath it will start rolling down the other side. It could be worse!

  • snatch straps make it easy:-))…shovels as a last resort only:-)

    – Joe Mortelliti

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosover 4 years ago
    Ha…fantastic adventure!! fantastic capture Joe!!*-)
  • Thanks debs

    – Joe Mortelliti

  • Merrilyn Hunt
    Merrilyn Huntover 4 years ago

    Great shot! The LMAO group would love it!!!

  • :-))

    – Joe Mortelliti

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