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My Woodsman Husband

Uploaded by: deepwoods

Tuesday June 26, 2012

Penobscot, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: He is a lifelong Mainer, and is a very talented artist and craftsman. He's carrying one of 52 muzzleloaders he crafted by hand. They are sold to historic reenactors. Dave also paints in oils, watercolors, pen and ink, etc. Additionally, he is an excellent photographer. Now if I could only get him to join WU his photos could be seen and enjoyed by all.

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7. nanapoo
4:09 PM GMT on November 22, 2012
what a wonderful endearing shot for someone like me! all the men in my family are outdoorsmen and hunters. Thanks for sharing :)
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6. pegpics
1:01 PM GMT on November 16, 2012
This is a wonderful 'greeting card' of a series!!!
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5. CythiaSue
5:12 AM GMT on October 10, 2012
Very nice! Love the outdoor lovers - this reminds me of my husband, he paints, takes photos, he does not make guns yet enjoyed using and loves the muzzleloaders.
Thank you for sharing!
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4. 10C
5:11 AM GMT on October 10, 2012
Hi Patty,
I have to tell you that I love this picture of your sweet, strong husband. This is one of those pictures that you can just gaze at, so much to see, so peaceful.... yes, a gazing picture. What a beautiful setting.
God bless you greatly!
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3. Bfly
2:15 AM GMT on September 25, 2012
LOL Nice reply. :) I like how he isn't looking at you and you can't really see his face, makes it feel as if he is focused on hunting but I like that he isn't and respect that IF you were starving he would. :) Love wildlife!
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2. deepwoods
4:23 PM GMT on June 27, 2012
Yes, that is true. It doesn't affect my husband anymore because he quit hunting when we started having a herd of deer living in our woods. Also, the deer herds in Maine are very low now due to there being so many coyotes. We live in the woods and have heard many coyotes yipping and the screaming of taking a deer down. Now he builds them for the thing of beauty they are, and for their historical value. Of course, if we were starving, he would hunt!
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1. Hotzenwaelder
1:48 PM GMT on June 27, 2012
Nice pictures. The only problem with a muzzle loader is that you have to get a good first shot. Something like the days before digital cameras.
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About deepwoods


Enjoy taking photos in the area of Downeast Maine where I live near the shore with my husband and our dog, Drzl, who is one half greyhound and one half rhodesian ridgeback. I am not a professional, I just shoot what looks cool or interesting to me. Thanks for looking!

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