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Climbing a steep 120 ft high dune face in a 4wd,SA…sometimes has it’s problems.
sand 4wd dune sa bogged
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:-))
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!
Heheh..nice one Joe…Super shot…!!!
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 scenarioHave Shovel? Will Travel?
Snatch straps are less work than shovels:-))
LOL, been there, done that, poor buggerWonderful 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:-))
Ohhhh dear. Poor bugger indeed. I agree with Rosalie that this will be a great stock seller.Great capture Joe.
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:-)
Great shot! The LMAO group would love it!!!
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