I don't really have that many pictures of my Jeep, mostly because I'm never not driving. And, we rarely stop for photo ops. I have a couple that have more stories behind them than good photography.
This one is the very first time that I went wheeling without the top and the doors. We had a long, shitty winter and wheeling without a top or doors was a milestone.
This one was kinda recent. The picture itself is awful; out of focus, bad angle, etc. But I'll tell the story what happened. It was the local clubs big event for the year. The trail we were one was one of the harder ones (everyone had to meet certain qualifications) and I was one of the less built Jeeps. The trail itself was kinda sloppy. So this was the first kinda nasty section that gave some trouble. Guys were winching up this hill because they kept getting sucked to the right and hitting bumpers up against the tree. One guy tried the hill for about 15 mins (ZERO trail etiquette, he ended up winching)
So when it came to my turn, I got through the sloppy shit but was following suit the same as everyone else. There were about 3 spotters trying to give their input. Their best advice was "just bump it, you're going to have to bump it hard" so I already know their style. I have 33" all terrains, so they wrote it off as crippled. So I stopped, got out, told two to watch this and that, told one (who was in the front) that he was wrong and I'm doing another line and, against his word made my way towards it... i hear "woah woah wai--- yeah keep going!" and I crept up it easy. After I figured out the line, the guys behind me had an easier time.
Word of advice; don't be afraid to call the spotter out on a bad line choice. Nicely, of course.