Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Where He Needs To Be
After a several month forced sabbatical, I am back to work. It was an interesting time. I did not feel I like I gained 10+ hours a day nor did I become awesome at guitar or even get back into photography. Don't take this to mean I did not enjoy my time off, but I am very glad to gainfully employed again. Though my new job involves neither hammers nor strawberries (at least not yet), I feel like I am where I need to be.
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Saturday, February 8, 2014
On the Inside
Had I been a Doctor Who fan when I titled this, I'd have called it "Bigger on the Inside". But I wasn't, so I didn't. But, by any name it would still look as neat.
Friday, February 7, 2014
This was one of the first shots I took with my iPhone 4s. The main advantage to this over my usual DSLR rig was that it fit it my pocket, which was especially nice when hiking a fairly strenuous trail. The reward was this beautiful view of Harper's Ferry, site of much historical stuff and several ice cream shops, also very nice after hiking a fairly strenuous trail.
Thursday, February 6, 2014
One more from the Martin Guitar factory. Even in the age of robots, this craftsman is utilizing good old-fashioned clothespins to attach the kerfing to the sides. (The kerfing is what the top and bottom will be glued to.) Sure there are new-fangled fancy clamps he could use, but guess what? Clothespins work just fine, and if it ain't broke...
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