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Becca -

Here I am, sitting at my desk/pod…..wishing I was in NYC with you guys!

Great pictures!! Can’t wait to hear about it when you get back:) I really love the tree one – is that Central Park?

Greg -

Great shots! I’ve seen that guy in the Speedo and cowboy hat and boots with the guitar in Times Square before!

We made it!

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dpiddy -

so now you can make it anywhere??? har har

Greg -

Nice shots! Happy trails for the rest of your travels!

Ann/Mike -

Great shot of the skyline Scott. Almost as nice as the picture of the two of you.
Glad you were able to take all of these pictures.

See you both soon, love, Dad and Mom.

Lucy says hi too.

Ann/Mike -

Dad beat me to it, but just the same. You two are great! Have a safe trip home. Love ya. Mom and Dad, and Lucy too

katie -

i know i’m weeks behind, but it looks like you had a wonderful trip! i hope your memories are still fresh and are getting you through until your mexico vacation!

This past weekend I set out on a mission to build my own light box. Following the directions listed by Bill Huber on his website the whole project will not set you back more than 15 dollars. Instead of gluing my pieces of PVC together I decided to run bunjee cords throughout so that I […]

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gerg -

cool! seems to work pretty well!

merideth -

i love the bungie/shock cord idea to make it collapsable…could you give a little more detail on how you did that?


scott -

I took some bunjee cords that I had around the house (they were pretty flat type bunjee cords) and inserted it through the pvc tubing by attaching one end of the cord to a piece of string (pushing the bunjee by itself was impossible) so that it could be pulled through.

Once I had the first piece of tubing threaded with the bunjee I had my wife pull on the bunjee so that it would be taught and I drilled a hole through the pvc tubing and through the bunjee cord. I then inserted a small nut and bolt through the hole to keep it in place. I then threaded the rest of the corner and tubing and then fastened it the same as before on the other end.

My setup breaks down into two pieces (front and back).

Does that make any sense?

merideth -

hmm…sort of. I can’t visualize how the pieces connect together. Any chance of seeing a couple more photos? See what happens when you have a great idea? People like me bug you for details. 🙂

gerg -

Interestingly enough, I just stumbled on this similar post from a photographer in Grand Marais.

the haraldsons » Blog Archive » Morbid -

[…] My friend Pete Ryan started a social club of sorts called Morbid (Minnesota Off Road Bikers into Drinking). Sounded like the perfect fit for me. He recently had some stickers printed up and when I saw three blank pint glasses at Goodwill, well it seemed like just the reason to set up the light box. SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: “Morbid”, url: “” }); […]