Do you remember World Magazine?
It was the kids' version of National Geographic, back in the 70s and 80s.
Ad-free and sophisticated precursor to today's hyper-advertizing, technology-obsessed NG Kids.
Anyway, on the back page, there was always a series of close-up photos of everyday objects.
You had to guess what in the world they were.
(I'm not actually certain that "What in the World?" was the name of that feature, but if it wasn't it should have been.)
I had fun taking what-in-the-world-type photos of the sapping operation Saturday.
I didn't get any shots of the finished product--I'm only good for about five minutes of watching water boil--but I'm sure I'll have plenty of opportunity over the next couple of weeks.