My Grandfather's Workshop / Dědova dílna
Czech Republic

My grandfather's workshop, they way he left it when he left for good.

Dílna mojeho dědy - tak jak ji nechal, když nadobro odešel.

Copyright: Jan vrsinsky
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6336x3168
Uploaded: 02/10/2011
Updated: 30/05/2014


Tags: workshop; tools; workroom; vise; pliers; hammer; screws; wires; rusty; old; dust; steampunk
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