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Offline taxmapper

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I am going to post photos I have taken.
I hope ya'll enjoy them.


Free as a bird now:

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Wow, those are really good. 
Thanks for sharing!

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Great idea for a thread, taxmapper. Let's get busy, everyone!

Here's a few from a tour we took to the Northern Territory in 2015 in the region known as The Red Centre.

(1) Mt Sonder. Yes, with a little imagination, she is a lady laying on her back
(2) Sunrise over Uluru
(3) Just after sunrise looking at Kata Tjuta.

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The shots I take are in the SW US. New Mexico specifically.  We like to call it the American Outback. 

I love the red-orange of the North territory.  I want to visit Oz sometime, and see the land that sprung out kangaroos, wallabies, and Mad Max... 



Great shots!   I love the golden hour shots. 

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Great idea for a thread, taxmapper. Let's get busy, everyone!

Here's a few from a tour we took to the Northern Territory in 2015 in the region known as The Red Centre.

(1) Mt Sonder. Yes, with a little imagination, she is a lady laying on her back
(2) Sunrise over Uluru
(3) Just after sunrise looking at Kata Tjuta.
Years ago I was offered a job in Australia. I'm almost sorry I didn't go.  It is such beautiful country. 

Wonderful pictures! Keep them coming 😉

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The shots I take are in the SW US. New Mexico specifically.  We like to call it the American Outback.

I love the red-orange of the North territory.  I want to visit Oz sometime, and see the land that sprung out kangaroos, wallabies, and Mad Max...



Great shots!  I love the golden hour shots.
NM is really pretty. It's quite different from the flat dry plains of west Texas. I love the landscape there. 👍

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This is a scene off an edge face in the Ojito Wilderness near San Ysidro NM. 

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This is a scene off an edge face in the Ojito Wilderness near San Ysidro NM.
Wow! This one is one of my favorites. I can't really tell just from one view, but the rock outcrop might just be the edge of a pretty significant fault line. Fairly recent one Geologically speaking judging by erosion. Adding the colors in the foreground acquired by hydrothermal mineralizations.
I really 😍 this one!
Wish I had the coordinates to look it up on google.
« Last Edit: May 01, 2023, 04:26:14 AM by 💁 ♂️ Birdie »

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Really nice pics taxmapper. It's great to see what other lands look like.

You mentioned kangaroos - they're bloody well everywhere! Murramarang, NSW.


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Wow! Very nice Evolver. 
Keep the pics coming, and watch out for the 'bloody kangaroos' while driving. 😉

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Really nice pics taxmapper. It's great to see what other lands look like.

You mentioned kangaroos - they're bloody well everywhere! Murramarang, NSW.
LOVE IT!!! 
Seeing the roos walking about and making a general nuisance of themselves is from my perspective a fun part of life. 


 

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