Work, work, work – Everyday beautiful people 82

“The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” Steve Job

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I heard loud, consistent thumping sounds on the window and when I could no longer ignore it, I had to have a look.

It was startling to find this fellow dangling on a rope, with pails and gallons and washing windows, 34 floors up in the air.

For several minutes, I watched as he worked efficiently and even carried on a conversation with his colleague who was a few feet away from him – unfortunately, I couldn’t get a photo of the second guy.

I was green around the gills just watching him and can never imagine what that must be like. Some jobs do require lots of gumption.


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7 thoughts on “Work, work, work – Everyday beautiful people 82

  1. Touring the City (Chicago) with my sons, I too developed a healthy respect for workers hanging from the outsides of skyscrapers – I’d feel geenish simply looking from the ground! Great photos. I imagine the worker got a bang out of you photographing him. Have I mentioned I enjoy seeing through your eyes, feeling through your heart? ❤ ❤ ❤

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