National Geographic : 1998 Dec
W ith a stroke of his fly line, a fishermanparts the morning mist on Mink Pond, where Homer often fishedfor trout. His Adirondack excursions produced creelfuls offish-and a hundred watercolors,which testify to Homer's work habits. "Talent!" he scoffed to an admirer."What they call talent is nothing but the capacityfor doing continuous hard work in the right way."