Thursday, April 30, 2009

Picture Overload

I haven't been caching since the 19th! Today I decided to break my no caching spell and grab a couple. The two I went after are part of a series.

Here is the first one I got:

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I think the series should be called "Up Yours," because all these caches are in animals, and most of them are inserted rectally (or close enough).

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Sadly the series has a more appropriate name.

I aborted the next cache I had in my GPS for a desert drive. There is something about blasting my music and going for a drive that seems to calm and relax me.

Sometimes I think the desert gets a bad rap for being a such a barren place. However, when you actually get out and walk around... the beauty emerges!

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I actually got the shot below while I was waiting for cars to disappear so I could put back the first cache. I wasn't expecting much, but I think it was my favorite picture of the day! As with the rest of the pictures, you can click the image to see it larger.

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I also unexpectedly came across a benchmark. My first one!

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7 comments:

  1. Nice shots! I liked the cactus flower! And I agree music (but not so much driving anymore) calms me too;)

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  2. Congrats on the BM. Nice photos. It's good to see someone enjoy the total experience of caching.

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  3. Your photography never ceases to amaze me.

    Psst.. the first picture? I thought someone had cut off and ear and left it.

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  4. Have I mentioned that we live in Tucson for five years? We left in 1991. The Sonora Desert is NOT barren, and is very beautiful. MUCH more beautiful than the desert areas of California.

    I enjoyed looking at your photos.

    Also, I have a long answer to your question over on my blog.

    Stay cool kid-o!!

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  5. Yikes! That lion scared me.

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  6. I love the desert! And your pictures are awesome!

    With all the poisonous plants around here I have to be more selective about going off path now that everything is green.

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