There he was, sitting dead center-left side of the aisle in the very front row. The absolute maximum exposure spot to get the Presenter’s attention . . . the perfect spot. Green Waste The talk was on turning Green Waste into a positive, the speaker was from a German company GaLaBau Energy(BIOFerm), and sponsored by… Continue reading ANLA; Mgmt Clinic, A Stick in my Side
Here’s one from the “old file” showing a 100 ton crane after a days work of setting some large stone boulders. Uh, of course they’re stone-they’re boulders. This was back in Columbia, SC in the late 1990’s built into an embankment, the idea was too look like a tumbling waterfall cascading down this hillside. The… Continue reading Setting Landscape Boulders
posted, 10/12/06 Setting the Big Boulders !!!! Now this is fun . . . . More shots of this project at my web-site.
posted; 07/22/06 [Moving a small one] I posted about this project on Wednesday the 19th, and mentioned something about putting more photos online-well then go here if you have some time to kill. There are images for the drawings I completed for the proposal and many shots of the job in action, including a traffic… Continue reading Ascension, more Images.
posted; 07/19/06 I have just put up what I am going to call a “project page” on my website. It concerns this sculptural piece that I named Ascension It is on a hillside going into a large city in South Carolina, and I had hoped it would look like whitewater tumbling off the hillside. In… Continue reading Trac-hoes, 100 Ton Cranes, and VERY Large Boulders.
posted; 05/00/06 This was the drawing I had to show the City Council to receive final approval to work the project. See previous post. This was back when most of my concept drawings were completed in black and white. I would still prefer to do them all this way, but the client likes looking at… Continue reading Ascension, from the Concept Drawing
posted; 05/00/06 This is a shot of a 11 ton stone going into a sculptural piece I did a few years ago in Columbia, South Carolina. A mass-grouping of stones on a hillside to give the appearance of a waterfall.