I've been a member for a month or two and enjoy the forum and seeing other shops. I live in the FL Keys and TS Noel is about to blow in on us. I work out of my garage (no car gets in here) about 25X18. I didn't clean up anything be for the photo's - after all, where would I put it. Note the catch-all bench. I clean it up regularly but it looks like that again in less than a week. Just completed a rewiring. Installed a subpanel with 100amps so I could grow and even have 240V tools (do I see a new TS in the future!). That is a laugh, there is no room to move around now. All my storage cabinets are kitchen cast offs from the side of the road. You will see a couple of projects in the margins of the pictures - craft storage cabinet (ladder leaning on it), gluing up some panels for a couple of doors. Out by the garage door is my newest tool (Christmas gift from wife) Rikon 14"BS. Love it, although I am a newbie to bs. Nice to be able to have something less than 3/4" thick that is not plywood. Homemade air filter hangs from the ceiling,had to replace my A/C last winter and I used the squirrel cage blower to build an air filter unit. A little large, but it really does the job. It has four levels of filtering. Two cheap replaceable filters followed by a real electro-static filter (small elec. tramsfomer inside unit to power it-provided by A/C tech friend for free) and than to canister HEPA filters(side by side to prevent air flow restriction). Total cost $85.
My prized item is under the liegh jig is my grandfathers tool chest. Too bad I don't have the tools that were also made by him to put in it. He was and army engineer and had to build the chest and make the tools himself as a graduation requirement in 1890. Only items I have are the chest and a brass vernier caliper in a custom fit mahogany box (perfect condition and better than items you can buy today).
Enough for now. Hope you enjoy my shop shots as much as I enjoy others.