Thread: For Michael.
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Old 19th October 2017, 12:08 AM   #2
ChrisPer
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Thank you, Richard! You have done nice job there.
Michael's legacy is very deep. Just the two screws he photographed in that post tell us so much about the way craftsmen worked in those times. To realise that over the same kind oftime period in our own lifetimes, the parts and technologies even in that apparent simple detail have evolved so far; from the screws my father used to hang a door even the breast drill he had to make the screw holes to the ones we use today, is still evolving so fast.

One photograph illuminates; and then we see and read each part of Michaels legacy its so much greater.
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