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    12x20 at the Sun Tunnels - summer solstice

    I'm heading out to camp Wednesday night at the Sun Tunnels. Will try to make a good image with the 12x20 (which I have again this summer for a while).

    Any SLC locals wanna head out and join me? Ought to be fun...plus I know a few neat spots off the beaten trail (or in this case, not so beaten).

    Heading out around 4-ish.

    EDIT:

    Crap, wrong forum...wanted to post in ULF, but apparently I'm a few cards short of a full deck. :rolleyes:
    Last edited by Michael Slade; 06-19-2007 at 04:16 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Hey, could we make a 12x40?
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    I wish I could join you but you're about a year too late.
    I'll be shooting in NYC tomorrow. Canyons are canyons right?

    Take care,

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    Well...I never made it to the Sun Tunnels.

    I wrote about it on my blog...HERE.

    Didn't make a 12x20 negative either...I was too busy taking care of...um...'issues at hand'.

    Get to go back tomorrow and tie up loose ends. Would have been fun to have you guys there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Slade View Post
    Well...I never made it to the Sun Tunnels.

    I wrote about it on my blog...HERE.

    Didn't make a 12x20 negative either...I was too busy taking care of...um...'issues at hand'.

    Get to go back tomorrow and tie up loose ends. Would have been fun to have you guys there!

    That is a bummer. But, you probably got your adventure quotient in for a while. Good luck on the extraction. All of my experience is with SE red clay MUD. At least your not completely side ways on a soupy hill with nothing bigger than a 3 inch pine tree for a mile.

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    And here I was feeling sorry for myself about having head winds today during my bike ride!

    Good luck plucking the truck out of the goo!

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    interesting truck.what is the year make and model.good luck tomorrow.is that a darkroom on the back or just storage.

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    About the truck...

    Thanks for the good wishes. I'll need 'em tomorrow. *ugh*
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    Very impressive but kind of heavy, isn't it?

    Guess that's why it's stuck in the mud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Slade View Post
    About the truck...

    Thanks for the good wishes. I'll need 'em tomorrow. *ugh*
    Sorry to hear about the truck Michael. I know how you feel about it. I hope you get it out with no problems.

    Good to hear from you again,
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