Yep It`s Not Nope

I'm a lumberjack and I'm okay

Photo Story / Visual Art, PhotoStory 26 Июнь 2016
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The Larch! The Pine! The Giant Redwood tree! The Sequoia! The Little Whopping Rule Tree! We'd sing! Sing! Sing! 

 

1917, California, USA --- Loggers hold a cross-cut saw across a giant Sequoia tree's trunk --- Image by © A. R. Moore/National Geographic Creative/Corbis

1917, California, USA --- Loggers hold a cross-cut saw across a giant Sequoia tree's trunk --- Image by © A. R. Moore/National Geographic Creative/Corbis

1902, California, USA --- Loggers have undercut a Giant Sequoia 25ft. in diameter in order to fell it. Northern California. --- Image by © CORBIS

1902, California, USA --- Loggers have undercut a Giant Sequoia 25ft. in diameter in order to fell it. Northern California. --- Image by © CORBIS

ca 1892, California, USA --- Loggers standing in the trunk of a tree they chopped down at Camp Badger in Tulare County, California. The tree was logged for the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893. --- Image by © CORBIS

ca 1892, California, USA --- Loggers standing in the trunk of a tree they chopped down at Camp Badger in Tulare County, California. The tree was logged for the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893. --- Image by © CORBIS

1918, Oregon, USA --- Three loggers, two on a springboard and one in the undercut, pose by a large Douglas fir ready for felling. Oregon. --- Image by © CORBIS

1918, Oregon, USA --- Three loggers, two on a springboard and one in the undercut, pose by a large Douglas fir ready for felling. Oregon. --- Image by © CORBIS

1899, Washington State, USA --- Logger Lying in Cut of Douglas Fir Tree --- Image by © CORBIS

1899, Washington State, USA --- Logger Lying in Cut of Douglas Fir Tree --- Image by © CORBIS

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