Sorry, I didn't take any pictures. It's a very simple wiring job if you have any experience at all with wiring.
Buy yourself some 16-gauge wire (red would be good to make later tracing easier). You'll need about 8-10 feet. Pull off the radiator cover so that you can access everything - I think there's nine push pin retainers holding it on.
Get a couple of ring terminals and crimp them on the ends of the black wires.
You'll see a stud on top of the radiator support on each side that already has a black wire ground. Remove the nut, slide the ring terminal over the stud and reinstall the nut. Do the same for the other side.
Now crimp a butt connector to the end of the red wire on the left (driver's) side.
(It's actually much better to solder and heat shrink these connections but a butt connector is easier and will do the job.)
Take a piece of your new wire that is long enough to reach the red wire on the right side (plus a little slack) and crimp one end to the open end of the butt connector on the left side. Route the wire neatly along the radiator support and hold it in place with zip ties. Now take both the red wire from the right side light and the new wire from the left side and crimp them into one end of another butt connector. Then cut a piece of new wire long enough to reach from that connector to the junction box. Add at least 18 inches to allow for neat routing and going around the back of the junction box and inside to the fuse tap. I recommend routing the wire the way you want it to go before cutting it. You can always take more off if it's too long but it's a pain to have to redo if you cut too short.
Crimp your new wire to the open end of the butt connector and route the wire along the inner fender to the back of the junction box where you'll see other wires going under the cover.
Crimp the other end of your new wire to the butt connector that came on the fuse tap. Pull the existing fuse from the location I mentioned and insert it into the lower slot of the two fuse slots on the fuse tap. Put a 3-amp or 5-amp fuse in the upper slot. Plug the fuse tap into the junction box where you removed the fuse. Test that everything works - the halos and LEDs on both sides should go on and off with the ignition.
Make sure everything is neatly routed and tied down then reinstall the radiator cover. You're done.