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"We set up our tent amongst a cactus and a coyote den under the view of our headlamps. I set up my camera to grab a long exposure just as the full moon broke through the cloud cover.
It lit up a scene straight out of Looney Tunes so we waited all night for Wile E. to come to bed, with no luck.
Staying up in the desert is one for every bucket list."
-Mason Boring @masonboring
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