Roskilde 129

Mike then uses a broad axe - with a long, straight cutting edge - to slice through the partially-cut wood fibres. He moves the axe downwards, cutting from the top of the plank. This removes large shavings which are scattered on the ground. The axe handle curves to the right, away from the plank, so that Mike's hands pass freely with each stroke and don't hit the wood.

He then uses a broad axe – with a long, straight cutting edge – to slice through the partially-cut wood fibres. He moves the axe downwards, cutting from the top of the plank. This removes large shavings which are scattered on the ground. The axe handle curves to the right, away from the plank, so that his hands pass freely with each stroke and don’t hit the wood.

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Mike then uses a broad axe – with a long, straight cutting edge – to slice through the partially-cut wood fibres. He moves the axe downwards, cutting from the top of the plank. This removes large shavings which are scattered on the ground. The axe handle curves to the right, away from the plank, so that Mike’s hands pass freely with each stroke and don’t hit the wood.

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