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    I've trouble carving meat...But have a great deal of respect for people who create things like this. I suspect that the stone in #1 will be somewhere on the Minster by now, as these images are from June 2013!

    #1 York Minster Stone carving.



    #2 Work in progress I believe that this Mason is Mrs/Miss Mason. Respect to her.

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    I really did do a double-take on the shot of Mrs/Miss Mason
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrollen View Post
    I really did do a double-take on the shot of Mrs/Miss Mason
    I thought it was my cataracts playing up when I started to process it !


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    Great skill required, one slip and it's ruined.

    Rather unfortunate position of the mallet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    Great skill required, one slip and it's ruined.

    Rather unfortunate position of the mallet
    Thanks Stan, I don't think the mallet went very much higher, certainly not above shoulder height. But I could be wrong.
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    very nice work Peter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger View Post
    very nice work Peter
    Cheers Ian


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    Default Re: I've trouble carving meat...

    Nice work Peter

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    #2 Work in progress I believe that this Mason is Mrs/Miss Mason. Respect to her.
    Does that maker her a masonette?...


    OK, I'm going......


    (Nice shots too...)
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    Thanks Tom and Neil [emoji106]


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