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"Whether your cut'n up firewood for the winter or droppin' down the family Christmas tree, this here chainsaw'll get the job done!"
Been meaning to post this for a couple weeks and just finally got around to it. I like how it turned out, but photographing black is challenging. :P
-Manual rotating saw blade (www.flickr.com/photos/dediquetic/16386796412/)
-Starting pull handle
-Front handle and guard
-Back handle and guard
An entry for HARDNUARY: www.flickr.com/groups/hardnuary/
Along Highway 101 just south of the town of Bandon, there is a large outdoor display of what is known as chainsaw sculpting. In this land of lumberjacks and huge trees, chainsaw carving has grown into an art form and some of the pieces are truly fantastic! Popular subjects include Bigfoot (aka Sasquatch) and space aliens as well as mythical figures, but there are also more traditional subjects of fish, eagles, bears that are beautifully carved.
I kind of wish I had taken more time to photograph some of these.
We had a shooting with a carpenter with nice and emotional shots. Here you see a chainsaw.
contrary to the popular conceits of modern science and ancient religions, there are only two eras of mankind ; BC (before chainsaw) and AC (after chainsaw). there are very few problems that cant be permanently solved with a good chainsaw. country people know this, and thus dont waste time following conventional wisdom.
Film Polaroid 600 not expired
Storm clouds at the Boone County Fair in Columbia Missouri.
Make Up: Me, 30min
Post Prod: Me
Location: Abandoned House
Yesterday my father and I were doing some work in the garden with our new Husqvarna chainsaw. It was the first time for me that I was working with the chainsaw and it is a lot of fun to work with it but I also have a lot of respect for it.
So it´s better when I take the photos and my father works with the chainsaw.
Please do not use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my permission. :copyright: 2014 Tim RT, All rights reserved.
5/10/17 - Hopewell Junction, NY - Don Mesuda, a chainsaw carver, blocks out a Native American bust at his Hopewell Junction home.
Someone took a chainsaw to this earthquake red zone property in Burwood, Christchurch. My guess is that it was the owner not wanting his Government bought property or it's parts to be used by anyone else.