The steel scale has piled up around the anvils and hammers and drifts are scattered down the central aisle. Our forearms ache from swinging sledgehammers and the pong of a hard day’s work hangs in the air. It’s the end of the 3rd day of Alec’s Steele’s masterclass – the Blacksmith’s Toolbox, and we’re tired but cheerful.
Reading Smith Journal this morning I come across an article about Bruce Williams Zaccagnino. Standing on water in a ravine, leaning on a cliffside, his hand perched on a train track — Bruce looks as though he has been superimposed onto a faux-natural world. Bruce is a professional hobbyist.