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Wood - Contributions by Photographer’s Name

 

A

Russ Addie:
Hunsecker's Mill Covered Bridge
Robert Julian Agnel:
Wood Structures in the ‘New World’ 1639-1649
Dave Albright:
Wood Structure at the lake Part 1
Pat Albright:
Wood Structures Part 2
Markus Altendorff:
Timbered Houses
Patricio Armijo:
Corredor Colonial
 

B

Robert Bilsland:
Ancient Wood, Still Standing Strong
Andrew Bodrov:
Digital Building Blocks
Christian Braut:
Wood frame house construction
Boštjan Burger:
The Psnak sawmill and mill
 

C

Jim Cole:
Peavy Arboretum
 

E

Jürgen Eidt:
Drift Wood
 

F

Dani Fuchs:
Firewood
 

G

James Gentles:
Steam Horse - Iron Road, Scottish Railway Preservation Society
 

H

Gabi Haindl:
The Mill of Mandø
John Houghton:
Greensted Church
 

K

Erik Krause:
A bowyers wood storage
 

L

Jean Guy Lathuilière:
Deadwood : trees destruction by excess of water
Yischon Liaw:
Giant Wooden Slide at Smith Playground
Joakim Löber:
Regionalpark Rhein-Main
 

M

Roberto Mancuso:
Lamellar wood
J Pat Marse:
Kachina Dolls
Markus Matern:
Under the Wooden Bridge
Jürgen Matern:
Standing on a wooden bridge
 

R

Carsten T. Rees:
From Oak to Smoke
Iñaki Rezola:
Wood
Brian Richards:
House Lifting and Rebuilding: 5 Years After Super Storm Sandy
 

S

David Schaubert:
1904 Riordan Mansion
Reinhard Schmolze:
Vogesenkapelle
Thomas K Sharpless:
New Wood for Old
Heiner Straesser:
Ponte Vecchio in Bassano del Grappa, Venetia
Ken Stuart:
Big Red Boards
 

V

Andrew Varlamov:
Museum of Popular Wooden Architecture
 

Y

Keiji Yokotani:
Kotoni-Tondenheison-Heioku

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