A while ago I posted a photo of Herman Wells’s saw mill which I pass on my morning bicycle rides. Mr. Wells has a wood working shop in town where he has been making outdoor furniture and building boats for decades. Unfortunately he no longer builds boats. This morning I took a large [13×19] print of the mill photo to him and asked if I could photograph him at work. He was totally pleaded with the print and had no objections to my photographing him. Unfortunately it was just a few minutes before he took his lunch break, so I only made a few exposures, but I will be back!
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