Photographer's Note

What a pity! I had heard that the charcoal kiln I posted a few days ago, was burning or rather glowing. The last days it wasn't raining - it was raining cats and dogs. Today there's the first at times dry day and so I hurried there ... and the kiln was opened and dispersed by the charburner. Too bad! The former middle of the kiln was still smoking.
But the charburner had begun to pile up a new one ... See tomorrow!

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Concerning the comment of "andante" I want to clarify that this is not an industrial (or something like that) kiln. It is the last charburner in my whole region and it's a bit like a museum which shows a former handcraft. "andante" surely is right!

emjleclercq, Rev, andante, eska, lukas, CRATEOS, Henryk_Bilor has marked this note useful

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