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Tanner C.

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About Tanner C.

  • Birthday 05/05/1992

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    Utah, USA
  • Interests
    Camping, the outdoors, video games, Dungeons & Dragons, my family, bladesmithing, Forged in Fire, Art, Money
  1. The landscape that shaped us.

    That last photo is the 215 east right? Near State St? My house isn't actually very far from there.
  2. The landscape that shaped us.

    Lived in Utah all my life. Mostly in the north where the forests and mountains are, spent A LOT of time camping. But we would go to southern Utah (the red rock desert) very often. Haven't been south in about 6 years but I still visit the forests often. The pictures aren't mine but rather google searched, I don't take photos of anything other than my kids really because when I try I don't do it justice, but they are places I've been/places I spent my childhood and remember the most.
  3. Ways to practice

    Novice question, what are the "shadows" you refer to? Just dark (cold) spots of the metal or is there a deeper meaning to this?
  4. Big pattern welded seax with serpent

    If I may ask what was it about that handle that stopped the knife from being sold? beautiful blade. Beautiful handle although a bit bulky for my taste. Was that the handle change? I'm just asking for my own information.
  5. name this picture/sculptor

    springs promise is good. I was going to say "Strength of Life" but then I realized the post was nearly a year ago.
  6. Pyramid Lake, Nevada High Desert

    too flat for my taste. I prefer forests myself but even I can admit that those are some beautiful shots.
  7. Chili garlic paste

    What do you typically cook your chili garlic paste for? The only thing I love as much as knives and D&D (yes I'm a nerd) is food.
  8. Blue Winged Kookaburra

    That's an interesting bird. I haven't seen a bird with such a big head and little body/tail before.
  9. Completed Horsehead Bowie

    Very beautiful