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Who Will Be October's Outback of the Month?

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Congrats again to @Deepvi, September's winner.​

It's October, which means Fall in the States and Canada, Autumn in the UK, and Spring in Australia.

Show us your Outback with something that reflects the current season in your territory!

We do have some basic rules:
  1. Members MUST have at least 20 posts
  2. Unless otherwise stated, you may submit up to 5 photos
  3. Voting will take place the last week of the month
  4. Feel free to PM me with ideas for future themes
Winners will receive:
  1. One year of premium membership (no ads, focused browsing mode, and more)
  2. A profile badge to show off your winner status
  3. A place in the winner's gallery
  4. Their winning photo featured on the homepage until the next contest starts

Good luck to all who enter. 馃コ


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What KC lights are those up top!? And how are they mounted? Amazing Build!
They鈥檙e actually some LEDs I got from my buddy鈥檚 old work truck. Can鈥檛 remember the brand but the logo on the shields were white and didn鈥檛 fit my theme. I was looking for a better rock shield and found that KC lites鈥 colors matched my theme - so I picked up some stickers from them and mounted them on top of some 3M reflective vinyl overlays applied to the shields (I cheated 馃槄).

They are mounted upside down and bolted to my rack. Quick disconnects mounted at the corner of the rack where it attaches to my crossbars. Thanks for the compliments!

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This is an interesting contest topic. It is certainly a nice time of year in south central Pennsylvania. Today I took a drive to a location that is unique to our "territory" and took a few photos.

One doesn't often get to photograph ones car on hallowed ground. Gettysburg must be experienced first hand in order to comprehend the magnitude of the battle.

The Outback being defended by Union artillery.
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One doesn't often get to frame a photo like this.
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The Pennsylvania Memorial
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The Monument to the Army of Northern Virginia (Robert E. Lee on Traveller) located on Seminary Ridge (the Outback is being defended by Confederate Howitzers). One mile to the south, across an open field, is the statue of Union General George Gordon Meade on Cemitary Ridge. It was across this field that Pickett's charge took place and all hope for Confederate victory in the Civil War was lost.
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I don't believe in the supernatural, but if there is any spot on earth that might be haunted, this is it. This is the Wheatfield. At the end of the battle one could, literally, walk across this field on the bodies that lay there, without ones feet touching the ground.
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