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Discussion in 'Herman's Genres' started by Herman, Feb 16, 2011.
Are we looking at Beech tree wood or is it Cherry? The bark looks like Beech tree bark to me, but?
Thanks BB for replying, it's wood which (I assume) will be burned.
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I knew I had one for this thread... This tree came down on our neighbor's property and missed her house, as well as ours. I like to think of the firewood as the spring storm's residuals.
Oh wow, a wonderful picture of the "working man"! Is this one of the B & W filters in the EP2 BB? This is one of those "in the moment" pictures.
Is this "Men at work"....
A bit "messy" and I should be wearing a mask
Husqvarna 18" (as the actress said to the Bishop!)
Love that second one of you! That is you isn't it, Bill?
You and my "model" both need to learn to wear masks at times but surely safety glasses...and how about ear plugs?! Tinnitus reigns for my husband.
Nope, no in camera stuff. Originally I had this in color back when I didn't have Lightroom... So for Herman's thread, I found it and gave it a few go rounds - with LR and Silver Efex. Thanks for the compliment, Christina - re "in the moment".
Hi BB - yes that's me, posing for the tripod, taken last Spring although I have been "at it" for most of the winter - in fact I had to buy a new chain today, (extortionate price, but I always think it is better to buy the Husqvarna one rather than the Chinese "knock off" as chains can break)
Best wishes to you and your family
I hate these "boy's toys", they give me the shivers! Good to see you still have it in you Bill, not bad for an "old codger" LOL!
BB, the processing of "Don" is just right, so to speak! Please BE CAREFUL both of you
I'm with you, Christian. These "boy's toys" make me - the chainsaws - extremely nervous...and forget about the noise!
I'm impressed Bill!
BB - you have been watching too many late night movies - or is it just one
Thankfully, Bill, I have never see The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. They make me nervous when people who don't know what they're doing use them - not you, nor my husband are included in that group.