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ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 8, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 8. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Guitar bodies made out of skateboards are seen as musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Guitar bodies made out of skateboards are seen inside the workshop of Argentine luthier Galasso in Buenos...
Guitar bodies made out of skateboards are seen as musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro plays a skate guitar inside the workshop of his associate Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso strips off the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso strips off the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso strips off the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on the stripping of the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on the stripping of the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on the stripping of the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a skate guitar and a double neck one, both made by him, at his...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a skate guitar and a double neck one, both made by him, at his...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a skate guitar and a double neck one, both made by him, at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro plays a skate guitar made by his associate Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro plays a skate guitar made by his associate Argentine...
Musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro plays a skate guitar made by his associate Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso at their studio in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso adjusts a guitar pick-up on a skate guitar at his workshop in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso adjusts a guitar pick-up on a skate guitar at his workshop in Buenos...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso adjusts a guitar pick-up on a skate guitar at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso (R) polishes a guitar neck at his workshop as his associate, musician...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar neck at his workshop as his associate, musician...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso (R) polishes a guitar neck at his workshop as his associate, musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro, plays a guitar in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7SH
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7RZ
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar he made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Galasso works on a guitar he made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos Aires...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar he made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
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October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso cuts a skateboard with a saw at his workshop in Buenos Aires October...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Galasso cuts a skateboard with a saw at his workshop in Buenos Aires
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso cuts a skateboard with a saw at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7QS
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar neck at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar neck at his workshop in Buenos Aires
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar neck at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
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September 02, 2014
A carpenter works in his roadside workshop in Kolkata September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA...
Kolkata, India
Carpenter works in his roadside workshop in Kolkata
A carpenter works in his roadside workshop in Kolkata September 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DR
June 22, 2014
The American College of the Building Arts is seen in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. Housed...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
The American College of the Building Arts in Charleston
The American College of the Building Arts is seen in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. Housed in the 200-year-old Old Charleston City Jail, the school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DP
June 22, 2014
Star shapes of decorative plaster are positioned in the plaster lab at the American College of the Building...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Star shapes of decorative plaster are positioned in the plaster lab at the American College of the Building...
Star shapes of decorative plaster are positioned in the plaster lab at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. The school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DN
June 22, 2014
Student Cody James (L) of Gem, Indiana, gets instructions from professor Simeon Warren in the stone lab...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Student gets instructions from professor Simeon Warren in the stone lab at the American College of the...
Student Cody James (L) of Gem, Indiana, gets instructions from professor Simeon Warren in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. The school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DM
June 22, 2014
Special projects manager Stephen Hanson of the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Stephen Hanson views an old cell block in the building of the American College of the Building Arts in...
Special projects manager Stephen Hanson of the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina, looks into one of the old cell blocks on the school's campus May 14, 2014. Housed in the 200-year-old Old Charleston City Jail, the school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DK
June 22, 2014
Adjunct professor Patrick Webb (L) and student Carson Whitmore of Lookout Mountain, Georgia, position...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Professor Patrick Webb and student Carson Whitmore position decorative plaster at the American College...
Adjunct professor Patrick Webb (L) and student Carson Whitmore of Lookout Mountain, Georgia, position decorative plaster during a practical learning session with the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. The school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DJ
June 22, 2014
Dean Emeritus and professor of trowel trades, Simeon Warren, uses a template and pencil to show a student...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Professor uses a template and pencil to show a student where to carve a stone at the American College...
Dean Emeritus and professor of trowel trades, Simeon Warren, uses a template and pencil to show a student where to carve a stone at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. The school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DI
June 22, 2014
Special projects manager Stephen Hanson of the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Stephen Hanson walks out of drafting room at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston
Special projects manager Stephen Hanson of the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina, walks out of the drafting room on the school's campus May 14, 2014. Housed in the 200-year-old Old Charleston City Jail, the school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DG
June 22, 2014
Student Cody James of Gem, Indiana, works in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Cody James works in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston
Student Cody James of Gem, Indiana, works in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. The school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4DB
June 22, 2014
Student Cody James (L) of Gem, Indiana, gets instructions from professor Simeon Warren in the stone lab...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Student gets instructions from professor Simeon Warren in the stone lab at the American College of the...
Student Cody James (L) of Gem, Indiana, gets instructions from professor Simeon Warren in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. The school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4D9
June 22, 2014
Architectural details on the American College of the Building Arts building in Charleston, South Carolina...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Photo shows details of the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston
Architectural details on the American College of the Building Arts building in Charleston, South Carolina are seen in this picture taken May 14, 2014. Housed in the 200-year-old Old Charleston City Jail, the school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4CW
June 22, 2014
Senior Cody James of Gem, Indiana, works in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Senior Cody James of Indiana, works in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts in...
Senior Cody James of Gem, Indiana, works in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. Housed in the 200-year-old Old Charleston City Jail, the school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4CV
June 22, 2014
Student Carson Whitmore (front) of Lookout Mountain, Georgia, positions a piece of decorative plaster...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Student positions a piece of decorative plaster during a practical learning session with the American...
Student Carson Whitmore (front) of Lookout Mountain, Georgia, positions a piece of decorative plaster under the direction of adjunct professor Patrick Webb during a practical learning session with the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. The school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4CU
June 22, 2014
Dean Emeritus and professor of trowel trades, Simeon Warren, uses a pencil to show a student where to...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Professor uses a pencil to show a student where to carve a stone in the stone lab at the American College...
Dean Emeritus and professor of trowel trades, Simeon Warren, uses a pencil to show a student where to carve a stone in the stone lab at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. Housed in the 200-year-old Old Charleston City Jail, the school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-SOUTHCAROLINA/BUILDING
RTR3V4CP
June 22, 2014
An old set of jailers keys are part of the decor at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston,...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
An old set of jailers keys are part of the decor at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston...
An old set of jailers keys are part of the decor at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, South Carolina May 14, 2014. Housed in the 200-year-old Old Charleston City Jail, the school is the only college in the U.S. to offer a four-year degree in applied science for architectural stone carving, timber framing and carpentry, masonry, ornamental plaster work and forged architectural iron work, officials said. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
CANADA-ROYALS/
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May 20, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Charlottetown, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 20, 2014. The royal couple are on a four-day visit to Canada that begins in Halifax and includes stops in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the Prince Edward Island towns of Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall and concludes in Winnipeg. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
CANADA-ROYALS/
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May 20, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles tours a heritage carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince...
Charlottetown, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles tours a heritage carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown
Britain's Prince Charles tours a heritage carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 20, 2014. The royal couple are on a four-day visit to Canada that began in Halifax and includes stops in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the Prince Edward Island towns of Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall and concludes in Winnipeg. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
CANADA-ROYALS/
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May 20, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles tours a heritage carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince...
Charlottetown, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles tours a heritage carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown
Britain's Prince Charles tours a heritage carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 20, 2014. The royal couple are on a four-day visit to Canada that began in Halifax and includes stops in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the Prince Edward Island towns of Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall and concludes in Winnipeg. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
CANADA-ROYALS/
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May 20, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles uses a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Charlottetown, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles uses a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Britain's Prince Charles uses a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 20, 2014. The royal couple are on a four-day visit to Canada that begins in Halifax and includes stops in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the Prince Edward Island towns of Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall and concludes in Winnipeg. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
CANADA-ROYALS/
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May 20, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Charlottetown, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 20, 2014. The royal couple are on a four-day visit to Canada that begins in Halifax and includes stops in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the Prince Edward Island towns of Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall and concludes in Winnipeg. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
CANADA-ROYALS/
RTR3Q132
May 20, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Charlottetown, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 20, 2014. The royal couple are on a four-day visit to Canada that begins in Halifax and includes stops in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the Prince Edward Island towns of Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall and concludes in Winnipeg. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
CANADA-ROYALS/
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May 20, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Charlottetown, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at...
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit at Holland College in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 20, 2014. The royal couple are on a four-day visit to Canada that begins in Halifax and includes stops in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the Prince Edward Island towns of Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall and concludes in Winnipeg. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
CANADA-ROYALS/
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May 20, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit and...
Charlottetown, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit and...
Britain's Prince Charles hefts a wooden mallet while touring a heritage retrofit carpentry exhibit and Holland College with Meaghan Lister (L) and student Rhonda Gallant (R) in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 20, 2014. The royal couple are on a four-day visit to Canada that begins in Halifax and includes stops in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the Prince Edward Island towns of Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall and concludes in Winnipeg. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
INDIA-ECONOMY/PMI
RTR3JG9T
April 01, 2014
A carpenter carves a piece of wood to make furniture at a workshop in New Delhi April 1, 2014. Indian...
New Delhi, India
A carpenter carves a piece to make furniture at a workshop in New Delhi
A carpenter carves a piece of wood to make furniture at a workshop in New Delhi April 1, 2014. Indian manufacturing activity grew at a slower pace in March as weaker domestic demand dragged on output growth, a business survey showed on Tuesday. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
PAKISTAN/
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February 26, 2014
Carpenters work on a boat at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour February 26, 2014. The yard is used mainly...
Karachi, Pakistan
Carpenters work on a boat at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour
Carpenters work on a boat at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour February 26, 2014. The yard is used mainly for building and repairing cargo and fishing boats the traditional way, without using high-end technology or blueprints. The boat sizes vary from 60 to 120 feet, and takes 15 to 20 artisans to complete in 15 months. According to a local contractor, the boats are made for locals as well as foreign buyers. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION MARITIME)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3FQQ7
February 26, 2014
Carpenters work on a boat at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour February 25, 2014. The yard is used mainly...
Karachi, Pakistan
Carpenters work on a boat at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour
Carpenters work on a boat at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour February 25, 2014. The yard is used mainly for building and repairing cargo and fishing boats the traditional way, without using high-end technology or blueprints. The boat sizes vary from 60 to 120 feet, and takes 15 to 20 artisans to complete in 15 months. According to a local contractor, the boats are made for locals as well as foreign buyers. Picture taken February 25, 2014. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT MARITIME CONSTRUCTION)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3FQPQ
February 26, 2014
A cargo boat being built by carpenters is seen at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour February 25, 2014....
Karachi, Pakistan
A cargo boat being built by carpenters is seen at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour
A cargo boat being built by carpenters is seen at a yard in Karachi's Fish Harbour February 25, 2014. The yard is used mainly for building and repairing cargo and fishing boats the traditional way, without using high-end technology or blueprints. The boat sizes vary from 60 to 120 feet, and takes 15 to 20 artisans to complete in 15 months. According to a local contractor, the boats are made for locals as well as foreign buyers. Picture taken February 25, 2014. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION MARITIME)
ETHIOPIA/
RTX165P0
December 06, 2013
Sintayehu Negash, who is physically handicapped, takes measurements on a piece of wood using his feet...
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Sintayehu Negash, who is physically handicapped, takes measurements on a piece of wood using his feet...
Sintayehu Negash, who is physically handicapped, takes measurements on a piece of wood using his feet as he works at his carpentry workshop in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri (ETHIOPIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ETHIOPIA/
RTX165OR
December 06, 2013
Sintayehu Negash, who is physically handicapped, grips a power saw by his feet as he works in his carpentry...
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Sintayehu Negash, who is physically handicapped, grips a power saw by his feet as he works in his carpentry...
Sintayehu Negash, who is physically handicapped, grips a power saw by his feet as he works in his carpentry workshop in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri (ETHIOPIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SRILANKA
RTX14TG6
October 30, 2013
A carpenter transports a wooden sculpture on his bicycle in Colombo October 30, 2013. REUTERS/Dinuka...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A carpenter transports a wooden sculpture on his bicycle in Colombo
A carpenter transports a wooden sculpture on his bicycle in Colombo October 30, 2013. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: SOCIETY)
AFRICA-FUNERALS/INSURANCE
RTX12KX0
August 14, 2013
A carpenter dusts the silk lining inside a newly built wooden coffin in a roadside workshop in Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
A carpenter dusts the silk lining inside a newly built wooden coffin in a roadside workshop in Nairobi...
A carpenter dusts the silk lining inside a newly built wooden coffin in a roadside workshop in Nairobi May 20, 2013. From fish-shaped coffins to slaughtered bulls, funerals in Africa are lavish affairs, providing a lucrative opportunity for insurance companies looking for business in some of the world's fastest growing economies. Many of the insurance industry's big money-spinners in developed markets, like motor insurance and cover for household goods, are irrelevant to the majority of Africans who cannot afford a range of expensive personal possessions. But high death rates and low savings levels mean funeral insurance is proving an easier sell among people daunted by the cost of ceremonies that can stretch to several months of income. Picture taken May 20, 2013. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY RELIGION)
PAKISTAN-POWER/STRUGGLE
RTX117MD
June 30, 2013
Carpenters at a workshop pause during a power outage in a Karachi June 15, 2013. Since Pakistan's biggest...
Karachi, Pakistan
Carpenters at a workshop pause during a power outage in a Karachi
Carpenters at a workshop pause during a power outage in a Karachi June 15, 2013. Since Pakistan's biggest electricity company was privatised, its headquarters have been looted, its employees kidnapped and the government tried to arrest its boss. It's been a roaring success. Power cuts lasting 12 hours a day or more have devastated Pakistan's economy. The only city bucking the trend is the violent megacity of Karachi, Pakistan's financial heart - thanks to Tabish Gauhar and his team at the Karachi Electricity Supply Company (KESC). Picture taken June 15, 2013. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)
USA-ECONOMY/
RTX10RBB
June 17, 2013
Carpenter's work on a housing site at Mid-Atlantic Builders "The Villages of Savannah" development in...
BRANDYWINE, UNITED STATES
Carpenters work at a housing site of Mid-Atlantic Builders The Villages of Savannah in Brandywine Maryland...
Carpenter's work on a housing site at Mid-Atlantic Builders "The Villages of Savannah" development in Brandywine, Maryland May 31, 2013. The majority of U.S. homebuilders view conditions in the industry as favorable for the first time since the start of the housing crisis seven years ago, with an industry report showing confidence in the sector surged in June. Photo taken May 31, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
HONDURAS-GANGS/
RTX104F5
May 28, 2013
A member of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang works at a carpentry workshop of the prison in San Pedro...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
A member of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang works at a carpentry workshop of the prison in San Pedro...
A member of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang works at a carpentry workshop of the prison in San Pedro Sula May 28, 2013. Two of the most violent gangs in Honduras announced a truce on Tuesday under a church-brokered drive to stem a tide of violence that has turned Honduras into the world's most murderous country. Masked members of the "Calle 18" and "Mara Salvatrucha" gangs made separate announcements from within San Pedro Sula prison in northern Honduras, which houses the country's most violent criminals. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
HONDURAS-GANGS/
RTX104F4
May 28, 2013
Members of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang work in a carpentry workshop of the prison in San Pedro...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Members of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang work in a carpentry workshop of the prison in San Pedro...
Members of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang work in a carpentry workshop of the prison in San Pedro Sula May 28, 2013. Two of the most violent gangs in Honduras announced a truce on Tuesday under a church-brokered drive to stem a tide of violence that has turned Honduras into the world's most murderous country. Masked members of the "Calle 18" and "Mara Salvatrucha" gangs made separate announcements from within San Pedro Sula prison in northern Honduras, which houses the country's most violent criminals. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
HONDURAS-GANGS/
RTX104F2
May 28, 2013
A member of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang shows his tattooed arms during a break at a carpentry...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
A member of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang shows his tattooed arms during a break at a carpentry...
A member of the "Mara Salvatrucha" street gang shows his tattooed arms during a break at a carpentry workshop of the prison in San Pedro Sula May 28, 2013. Two of the most violent gangs in Honduras announced a truce on Tuesday under a church-brokered drive to stem a tide of violence that has turned Honduras into the world's most murderous country. Masked members of the "Calle 18" and "Mara Salvatrucha" gangs made separate announcements from within San Pedro Sula prison in northern Honduras, which houses the country's most violent criminals. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
AUSTRIA/
RTXYZ8T
April 25, 2013
Austrian Maria Preschern-Hauptmann repairs a chair of her collection in her workshop in Vienna January...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Preschern-Hauptmann repairs a chair of her collection in her workshop in Vienna
Austrian Maria Preschern-Hauptmann repairs a chair of her collection in her workshop in Vienna January 14, 2013. Since her collection had grown to an extent not fitting into her flat anymore, Preschern-Hauptmann took upholstery courses and is doing chair renovation for business in her one-room "Chair Repair" workshop in Vienna. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
EGYPT
RTR3F1W3
March 15, 2013
A worker is seen through sawdust as he works in a carpentry shop in Old Cairo, March 15, 2013. REUTERS/Asmaa...
Cairo, Egypt
A worker is seen through sawdust as he works in a carpentry shop in Old Cairo
A worker is seen through sawdust as he works in a carpentry shop in Old Cairo, March 15, 2013. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN
RTR3CU5O
January 23, 2013
Coopers work side by side as they repair oak whisky casks and barrels, using traditional methods and...
United Kingdom
Coopers work side by side as they repair oak whisky casks and barrels at the Speyside Cooperage in Craigellachie...
Coopers work side by side as they repair oak whisky casks and barrels, using traditional methods and tools, at the Speyside Cooperage in Craigellachie in Speyside, Scotland January 10, 2013. The cooperage, operating since 1947, repairs and makes over 100,000 oak whisky casks and barrels per year. The Scotch whisky industry said it exported 40 bottles per second in 2011 and it is now Scotland's largest international export ahead of refined petroleum (£3.0 billion) and business services (£2.5 billion). Picture taken January 10, 2013. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT)
EGYPT
RTR3C5M6
January 06, 2013
A carpenter rides a cart carrying woodcraft to a workshop as a horse kicks its hind legs in Damietta,...
DAMIETTA, Egypt
A carpenter rides a cart carrying woodcraft to a workshop as a horse kicks its hind legs in Damietta
A carpenter rides a cart carrying woodcraft to a workshop as a horse kicks its hind legs in Damietta, 100 km (62 miles) from Cairo, January 5, 2013. Picture taken January 5, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY/
RTR3B62D
December 03, 2012
Wood sculptor and alp horn maker Michael Neumann, polishes an alp horn at the Alphornbau-Neumann workshop...
Eberhardzell, Germany
Wood sculptor and alp horn maker Neumann polishes an alp horn at the Alphornbau-Neumann workshop in Eberhardzell...
Wood sculptor and alp horn maker Michael Neumann, polishes an alp horn at the Alphornbau-Neumann workshop in Eberhardzell near the Bavarian town of Memmingen, November 27, 2012. Since 1983 the family-run business has been producing traditional alp horns. Each horn, made from spruce, linden and alder wood, and measuring up to 3.8 metres long, is made in three pieces and costs between 1700 - 3,000 euros ($US 2200 - 3900) The wood for the bell of the instrument is dried beforehand for up to 10 years, and the mouthpiece bespoke crafted for the musician. Picture taken November 27, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
YEMEN/
RTR3AK1L
November 18, 2012
People sit outside a carpentry shop at a marketplace in the Old Sanaa city November 18, 2012. In the...
Sanaa, Yemen
People sit outside a carpentry shop at a marketplace in the Old Sanaa city
People sit outside a carpentry shop at a marketplace in the Old Sanaa city November 18, 2012. In the background are posters of Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTR385BX
September 19, 2012
Austrian alphorn craftsman Walter Gstettner works on an instrument in front of his garage in the village...
VORCHDORF, Austria
Alphorn maker Gstettner works on an instrument in front of his garage in Vorchdorf
Austrian alphorn craftsman Walter Gstettner works on an instrument in front of his garage in the village of Vorchdorf in the Austrian province of Upper Austria, September 18, 2012. The alphorn or alpine horn is a wooden wind music instrument built in different shapes that was used for communication in most mountainous regions of Europe, from the French Alps to the Carpathians. Nowadays it is used in traditional alpine music ensembles as well as in crossover music from jazz to classical. The alphorns handmade by 68-year-old Gstettner from spruce wood, costs around 1,500 euros (US$ 1,950) and takes some 200 hours to complete. Picture taken September 18. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-REPAIR/
RTR385AF
September 19, 2012
Armando Hernandez (R) from Colombia works at his furniture workshop in Madrid August 29, 2012. Hard times...
Madrid, Spain
Hernandez works at his furniture workshop in Madrid
Armando Hernandez (R) from Colombia works at his furniture workshop in Madrid August 29, 2012. Hard times are forcing Spaniards to overcome their love of the new; for the first time in a generation, many are learning to fix things when they break - and even to buy goods second hand. Picture taken August 29, 2012. REUTERS/ Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA/
RTR3859K
September 19, 2012
Austrian alphorn craftsman Walter Gstettner works on an instrument in front of his garage in the village...
VORCHDORF, Austria
Alphorn maker Gstettner works on an instrument in front of his garage in Vorchdorf
Austrian alphorn craftsman Walter Gstettner works on an instrument in front of his garage in the village of Vorchdorf in the Austrian province of Upper Austria, September 18, 2012. The alphorn or alpine horn is a wooden wind music instrument built in different shapes that was used for communication in most mountainous regions of Europe, from the French Alps to the Carpathians. Nowadays it is used in traditional alpine music ensembles as well as in crossover music from jazz to classical. The alphorns handmade by 68-year-old Gstettner from spruce wood, costs around 1,500 euros (US$ 1,950) and takes some 200 hours to complete. Picture taken September 18. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR33511
June 05, 2012
An Afghan carpenter works at his shop in an old part of Kabul city June 5, 2012. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan carpenter works at his shop in an old part of Kabul city
An Afghan carpenter works at his shop in an old part of Kabul city June 5, 2012. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR334OR
June 05, 2012
A man cuts logs using a machine to make furniture at a workshop in Quetta June 5, 2012. REUTERS/Naseer...
Quetta, Pakistan
A man cuts logs using a machine to make furniture at a workshop in Quetta
A man cuts logs using a machine to make furniture at a workshop in Quetta June 5, 2012. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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