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    B/E and Cherry....better pics.

    I felt bad that the pics I took for the Birdseye Maple and Cherry bookcase thread didn't show the grain of the birdseye in this thread....everything was kind of yellowish, and the pictures didn't do the wood and finish justice.

    http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...ead.php?t=6868

    I think I have the problem solved with my camera/flash and took some pics this morning to show the birdseye maple and cherry better....so to right my wrong I hope these pictures show the wood and finish a lot better.





    And the last one...



    As always....Thanks for looking.
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    Beautiful stuff Steve!

    Corey

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    Boy is that nice wood, you sure did it proud!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ash View Post
    I felt bad that the pics I took for the Birdseye Maple and Cherry bookcase thread didn't show the grain of the birdseye in this thread....everything was kind of yellowish, and the pictures didn't do the wood and finish justice.

    http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...ead.php?t=6868

    I think I have the problem solved with my camera/flash and took some pics this morning to show the birdseye maple and cherry better....so to right my wrong I hope these pictures show the wood and finish a lot better.





    And the last one...



    As always....Thanks for looking.
    You have done well. The photos really bring out the beauty of your work and your marvelous choices for the piece. It is very lovely.
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    hi steve

    nice work !!

    and welcome to "the club" we just did my grandsons 3rd birthday yesterday
    what are you building today ??

    GRIZZLY

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    Beutiful job Steve.

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    Wow.

    Wait a minute - let me go back and look at the pictures again............

    Wow.
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    I love that wood combination. That’s a beautiful bookcase!
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    Nice work Steve.

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    Dunno how I missed this when it was first posted, but dang, that's some sweet wood there, Steve. You done good.
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