I made two picture frames. They are made from a cherry tree that I milled into lumber back in 2006 using a chainsaw and band saw. The wood has been drying for seven and a half years. In the video, I jointed and planed the wood to a thickness of one inch. I cut the wood into two inch strips that will become the frames. The corners are mitered and glued. The corners are reinforced with walnut splines. The photographs in the frames are historical pictures of the Steel and Broadway Bridges here in Portland. The wood for the frames came from a cherry tree and walnut tree within two miles of these bridges. This is a very local project.