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Monthly GeoPhotography Challenge- The Biggest Caches

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Welcome to this month's GeoPhotography challenge: The Biggest Caches. This month, we are asking you to post pictures of the biggest geocaches that you have ever seen. No matter if it is a gigantic ammo can, a humongous bison tube, or an enormous film canister, it is acceptable. Please feel free to post here as many times as you want.

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As long the picture won't spoils the surprise of finding a given cache, it will be OK.

If any picture is a spoiler to identify a given cache, it will not be allowed, according to the forums guidelines.

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As long the picture won't spoils the surprise of finding a given cache, it will be OK.

If any picture is a spoiler to identify a given cache, it will not be allowed, according to the forums guidelines.

 

O.K. That sounds fine.

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Another way to keep the thread from spoiling the cache is to not post a link to which cache it is.

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Oh okay, I'll start then.

 

Superbigginormouscache, long archived so not giving anything away.

 

(Why the !4Q&! can I no longer post images of the form http://img.geocachin...g/large/blabla? It's copied straight from the cache page! All right, cloudfront.blah.blah it is, one more step.)

 

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Interesting! I have never seen a cache design like this! Thanks for sharing, Viajero Perdido! Keep the photos coming!

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