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  1. PhotoXopher

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    This is what happens in rural Minnesota when you stop to take a photograph of a beautiful sunrise over a silhouetted farm.

    Oddly enough, I like the photo of my Suburban better than the sunrise that caused the incident. :lol:

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    nice tahoe ;) Very nice pic!
     
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    Suburban, but close enough :lol:

    Thanks!
     
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    Is the crater around the front right from you trying to dig it out?
    That sucks. I almost got stuck Monday night driving home from Columbus, OH.
     
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    Dig? :lol:

    No, that's from me driving back and forth trying to get out - unfortunately the dropoff was very steep and I couldn't get the tire to hop over it.
     
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    Nice pic! you should clone out the telephone lines.
     
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    Thanks! I probably will, was just too frustrated this morning to do much editing.
     
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    You should clone out any evidence that you were stuck... then maybe you wont be so frustrated.... then maybe clone in some hot chick in a bikini sitting on your hood... and an ice chest full of beer next to your truck....
     
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    Why bother with an ice chest? Plenty of snow to keep it cold :)
     
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    Damn, doesn't that suck when snows hides stuff like that little ditch?

    When I see the photograph, all I can do is start armchair quarterbacking on ways to have gotten out.

    4wd?
     
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    Well-done shot of the Suburban in the ditch.

    As far as the telephone wires--I think they are positioned almost perfectly. They're a fact of modern life,and in this example, they serve as a nice reference of scale. Bummer on that ditch cruise...I hate to see that.
     
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    I disagree. I think the farm and silos are enough of a reference of scale. And we make adjustments for trials of modern life all the time. There is no need to allow something to dissect the sky.
     

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