Old Lumber

As you probably know, I’m helping a friend with a major renovation of his new house. I’m not doing the work, just managing things. I’m also taking photos at various stages of the project. This photo I took last weekend while at the house. I couldn’t even see what I was shooting because I held the camera almost at the floor and hoped for the best. The place is a mess right now so I wasn’t about to lie down in it to see what I was shooting. Hope you like it. Happy Saturday.

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8 Responses to Old Lumber

  1. Mauro Metallo says:

    Top class, just like the other one you posted of the same subject!

  2. aswirly says:

    I like all the detail and depth of field. Nice. I like construction projects. When you get to the dry wall let me know. I’ll bring my hot mud, trough, and knives :))

  3. davecandoit says:

    Thanks Mauro and Amber. Be careful what you volunteer for, Amber, or I might hold you to it. 🙂 I hate drywalling and taping. Thankfully I don’t have to do it, just inspect it. 😉

  4. milkayphoto says:

    Oh, I’ve so seen that kind of board!! (We live in a 1929 Colonial and have been involved in many, many renovations!) I do hope the magazine in the background is on home improvement!!

    I like the angle of view and DOF in this one.

    • davecandoit says:

      Thanks Tracy. The magazine is probably an instruction guide for home improvement, thrown aside by the guys doing the work. As you know, real men don’t read manuals. 🙂

  5. lynnwiles says:

    Some call it debris, some call it art.

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