I giochi di luce e di ombre sono i protagnosti di questa immagine. Sile
Greetings Suzi..I noted your visit to my gallery earlier today with much pleasure ;>) It occurs to me that very few photos appear showing people at their work..perhaps it is for a good reason..maybe we should leave it alone and not be reminded ;>) Having said that, I find those images of people at work simply fascinating..for instance---this shot from Jethrohoyt has me in stitches..check out the guy on the scooter too ;>)
There is much evidence of the arts here, sculptures, sketches, paintings, traditional food, etc..but very few artisans at their craft..It follows therefore, that here is a subject ripe for study and you have made a good start ;>)
The list for research is endless and following this could be good fun..it would certainly add a new and interesting dimension to any gallery..
Warm regards Suzi
Great light and shadow ~ nicely caught LTM ~ have a great weekend and Jim has a point above too :)
Good morning, dear Sile - hope you are having a fine weekend! Thank you for your lovely comment on this image. The aubergine hues are real - the sawdust is of the exotic purple heart wood. Light and shadow are astonishing in their importance and changeability! A warm embrace (O:
A happy hello, dear Jim. Many thanks for your comment and the link. I have seen a lot of images of the immense and unusual loads of articles that can be carried in the most ingenious ways! Billy B@ark, Nick Weall and I are in complete agreement with you re images of people at work. I have only a few but hope for several more soon as. One and two more working images you'll enjoy. Keep well - warmest best wishes (O:
Many thanks, dearest GW - yes, Jim's point is well taken, and I shall act upon it! Warm hugs and best fishes (O:
Nice one Suzi ;>)))
Thanks, dear Jim of Whitby! I've been enjoying the new subject! Hugs (O:
a fine still lifes from the workshopwith a intresting light!
a mess on the work bench must be something like a unwritten law :-))
greetings from south-west germany
I am sure you are right about a busy work bench, kwantum! Thanks very much for your visit and kind words. Friendly greetings from the Oregon Coast (O:
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