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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    This box on 2 wheels is a 'Prop' for Performance Art ULF Imaging

    The box is storage, yet also platform for ULF cameras and a chair for me

    I will also use in several Historical location, such as https://www.jalc.edu/facilities-info...rical-village/ where I am a Docent

    The last 5X7 I took there was Civil War reenactment firing of a cannon

    The blast shook the camera, me and many others behind me

    Civil War Cannon firing by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr



    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Graves View Post
    Good idea, Tin Can. But I prefer my modified golf bag on wheels. Don't play golf, but you can carry a tripod, a camera, and quite a bit of extra gear. Too bad it's not big enough for the 810M.
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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    ...anybody wearing earplugs?

    ...and an 1895 half plate camera - NOS? Whoa!

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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    Of course not, no ear plugs on the 200 children behind the camera

    I was definitely NOT IN CHARGE

    This area is where the Civil War was between brothers on each side

    Still is



    Quote Originally Posted by John Layton View Post
    ...anybody wearing earplugs?

    ...and an 1895 half plate camera - NOS? Whoa!
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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    Amish design Wheelbarrows

    To haul the big camera!

    https://www.dutchcrafters.com/Large-...kaAv-UEALw_wcB
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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George..._equipment.jpg

    Nuthin' new, of course. George Fiske in Yosemite. He took a lot of winter images, also...don't know if he used a sled then. His images were part of AA's intro to Yosemite.
    "Landscapes exist in the material world yet soar in the realms of the spirit..." Tsung Ping, 5th Century China

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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    I have no mules

    nor assistants

    no sitters

    nonetheless

    carry on regardless
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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    Get a good curved Ax Handle to take along in the vehicle. Comes in handy for dispatching animals caught and crippled in barbed wire fencing. Also pretty good at discouraging certain types of people who get a bit too interested in seeing what other camera gear you might have in the vehicle.

    Wrap some gaffers tape on the handle - makes for a better grip.
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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    I have no mules

    nor assistants

    no sitters

    nonetheless

    carry on regardless
    Keep Calm and Carry On!

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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    ...yep, that old axe has been in my family for over 200 years - and still works great! Heck, from what I've heard...over all of those years, its only needed one new head - and two new handles!

    (a worthy tangent...inspired by handles? Time for coffee!)

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    Re: Wheelbarrow Handles are a bargain

    Last time I needed a weapon, I was 19 in my parents garage, 2 men and a woman blocked the driveway with their car and quickly approached from 3 angles

    I weighed 116 lbs

    I picked up a 2 ft long wrench I was using, held it at my side at the garage opening

    They slowed down, and said we just want to make friends

    I calmly replied, I don't need more friends

    They got back in their car
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