Weekly Travel Theme: Work

This week, Ailsa has chosen ‘Work’ as the travel theme.

So, from my travels into London, I give you work in the form of a window cleaner working hard in Spitalfields:

Cleaning windows, Spitalfields

Cleaning windows, Spitalfields

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22 comments

  1. Liking the new look to the blog my friend 😀
    Like the image too …
    x

  2. Wonderful photo. I adore it!

  3. Love this Sue – another of your ‘guess what might have happened next’ shots 🙂

  4. Love those windows, but they are a pane [sic] to clean 😀

  5. Suzanne

    That’s a great action shot. You really captured the feeling of work here.

  6. A very nice street photo. The whole picture comes across to me as very British. It’s a perfect composition with lots of great details all the way down to the bucket next to the ladder.

  7. Excellent take on the theme. Love the photo.

  8. The worst kind of windows to clean, Sue! Tiny squares 😦 But a great shot 🙂

  9. Nice one Sue. Beautiful colours too.

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