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Old 05-21-2010, 08:12 PM
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Default Some great talent behind the vise

I took a few pictures at Troutfest of some great talent behind the vise. All three of the gentlemen pictured are very talented and they are generous to have volunteered their time. The lighting in some of the pictures wasn't the greatest but I think they turned out ok.

Walter Babb





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Old 05-21-2010, 09:52 PM
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great pics. I espescially like the black and whites. Byron needs some of those in some frames sitting around the shop. Good work grouseman.
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Nice work Jason. I think the first one is my favorite, good contrast to produce a very effective B&W.
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The more I watch Walter, the more my respect grows for him, he truly is a master tier. Ray's personality is larger than life, his tying skills are close behind. I would love to fish and sit around a fire at night for about a week with both of them. I really hope one day to be the kind of gentelmen they are, both are fine examples of mountain culture and traditon
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