I took the day off work today and spent a little time out in the woods with my camera and tripod, and a pack full of knives.  I got some pretty nice pictures that I am happy with.

1906 - Pearl Ladies Knife

2010 - Burnt Stag 4-blade Stockman

2013 - Burnt Stag Moose

2013 - Burnt Stag Tadpole

2014 - Burnt Stag Scout

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Lookin' Good Carl.  Those are some fine knives!  The photography is also exceptional.

I love that one too.  My grandfather had that knife for quite a long time for sale. I convinced him this year to sell it to me instead, as the knife has a long interesting history to it, including of how my grandfather came to acquire it.

To my surprise, he wouldn't sell it to me.  He gave it to my as a Christmas gift just a few weeks ago.  :)

Congrats on the Christmas Present Tuna!  The pics are awesome and do the beauty of the knives a great justice!

Great knives and good pictures Carl!

I spent more time outside today since it was so nice out.  Here are a bunch more pics I took of my Tuna knives.

More good knives and pictures Carl!

Some great pics!  Speaking of rain, have you heard about or tried the Frog Lube stuff?

Thought I would show a few more.


Those buffalo horns are to die for!!

I really like them.  I never did get the muskrat pattern in buffalo horn, I'm keeping my eye out for that one.

Taking these knives out on a nice day and snapping photos is becoming one of my favorite pastimes.  Here are a few more I got today.

I took a little walk on my lunch break today and found this moss covered rotted log. It made a perfect backdrop to hold 1 of my Tuna Valley knives.  I like the way this one turned out.

Carl, you are getting VERY good at these photos!


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