1. “Luke, I am your father.” Take a photo of a father and son (or daughter, we’re not picky) outside together, preferably exercising or playing.
  2. Endor was the lush, forest home of the Ewok species and is the gravesite of Darth Vader and Empire itself. Take a photo of a thick covering of trees.
  3. Home to Yoda during his final years, Dagobah was a swamp-covered planet strong with the Force -- a forgotten world where the wizened Jedi Master could escape the notice of Imperial forces. Find a lake, pond, drainage ditch, or any other body of water, and take a photo.
  4. A capital ship was a large military starship designed for deep-space warfare. You likely won’t see one flying through the skies while out on your run, but you may see an airplane. Snap a pic for us!
  5. A Jedi is a guardian of peace and justice in the galaxy. Take a photo of a U.S. version of a guardian of peace and justice: either a policeman, lawyer’s office sign, or the security guard at the Verizon store. (Or any other great example you can think of!)
  6. Darth Vader's mask was one of the most important pieces of his armor, and it was vital to his survival. Take a photo of someone along your route wearing a mask… it shouldn’t be difficult to find in this day and time!
  7. Around 4000 BBY, lightsaber crystals were used to indicate a Jedi's chosen class. Decide which Jedi you most identify with and find a light of that color to photograph.
    • Blue indicated a Jedi Guardian, a Jedi who used the Force on a more physical level.
    • Green indicated a Jedi Consular, a Jedi who preferred to reflect on the mysteries of the Force and fight the dark side at its heart.
    • Yellow indicated a Jedi Sentinel, a Jedi who honed his or her skills in a balance of combat and scholarly pursuits.
  8. Obi-Wan Kenobi was offered a cup of Jawa juice by WA-7 while at Dex's Diner. Jawa juice was made by the Ardees Beverage Company. End your run with a cool beverage, and take a photo of yourself enjoying it. 

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