The first thing I see is how extremely busy he is, hard at 'er, just what he tells me every time he comes up to the house. Whew, I bet it was hard to put all that wood in the stove? (If I had a sarcastic key on my laptop I'd probably wear it out :)).
I see this as an opportunity to snap some pics. He grabs his welder's helmet (that's what I bought him for Christmas last year) and gets busy, although I do have to hear things like "You better not be blogging me." But do I listen?
I soon realize how hard it is to shoot pictures with massive flashes of lights in your face! No matter what setting I pick on my camera nothing comes out and I really have to tweak this picture with the Canon software. I took DaviMack's advice and have been shooting in RAW format so tweaking pictures is great now, but I don't think this pic was going to get much better. Most of the pictures turned out terribly dark.
He switches to the grinder and things lighten up quite a bit, at least now it doesn't look like we are down there at midnight.
So I've had enough of the shop and I head back up to the house. Hubby and Jevan have gone somewhere on the skidder so I just may saunter out there again and snap some skidder pics in a bit.