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 Post subject: Offroad 4wd NZ
PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2008 8:29 am 
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Here's a few shots from our club run in the weekend.

In this shot our hero roars into the bog full speed, confidently anticipating a successful outcome...
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It doesn't quite work out that way. Our hero's missus looking somewhat bemused, realising that she'll be up to her armpits in it...
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Our hero drags the winch rope out, hitches round a tree, and winches himself out, saving the day and the missus
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Our hero Vaughan is a top guy, and a great off-roader. We just get stuck because we can!


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no 3 is good, nice angle, your hero really stands out with all those details on the forearms. Looks like a theme photograph.

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Looks like loads of fun :D

Looks like it was a bit of a grey day, and as such the shots look a tad underexposed. Maybe a little pp?

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"Oh how I miss my "61" Scout!" Brings back the memories, these types of outings are the best...

Thanks for sharing, Mike.

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