Saturday, February 23, 2013

Men at Work.....!

A bit of fun for the weekend. Seen on Hay Street in the city yesterday, this made me smile..seriously chaps! ..the working man's motto..'there's no harm in looking' haha! Hope your weekend is full of  fun, take care and stay safe.....


42 comments:

  1. I love it!! Men doing what men do best!! Thanks for the giggles to start my day! Enjoy your weekend, Grace!!

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  2. Thank you to make my week-end begin with a big smile!:o))

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  3. Some things are reassuringly eternal, lol. Thanks, G :-)
    Aloha

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  4. Jeeze...at least he could attempt to be discreet. C'est la vie! Hope it has cooled down for you for the weekend.

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  5. Some things never change!!!! Great shot Grace

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  6. It's a wonderful capture of a classic pastime!

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  7. They are really working hardly ;-)
    Have a nice weekend, Grace!

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  8. This could be a scene from a number of movies. Wonderful capture!

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  9. Yay! Like this photo. The colours. The composition. The style. The scene familiar to us here. (Bar the sunshine of course.) My same inner feelings - is this a break or a state?

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  10. Good one, Grace! Gave me a grin.

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  11. Now there's an idea for you... Find some more working mates... and make a calendar ;-)

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  12. It's a great shot... but shouldn't there be some "crack" showing? Isn't that what builders do?

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  13. Lol, an everlasting and universal scene! Ah, thanks for that nice laugh. Hope you've a laugh-filled weekend yourself:)

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  14. That one needs a spade to lean on.

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  15. Lol! You need a break in that heat and you make the most of your breaks!

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  16. I still remember the day I first heard Men At Work's first single. I was on my way to Gothenburg. We were going to a Springsteen concert and we listened to Men At Work for hours.

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  17. Ja so sieht das aus wenn Männer Arbeiten das ist in Ornung. :)

    Gruß
    Noke

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  18. So many great details in the image. Love the sign 'danger,keep out' behind them. Please have a good weekend ahead.

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  19. Great picture, Grace! It looks like you gave it some kind of effect, maybe like a comic book?

    Hey, I do my share of looking, too. Maybe more than my share.

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  20. Guys will be guys. Nice catch.

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  21. Caught out ! a great laugh Grace.

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  22. People watching is an art form and accomplished by an intense study of the human condition. This particular portrayal highlights how their task of ensuring authorized entry only can be accomplished by one and not two men.

    Young or older, men are visual creatures. lol

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  23. This is a classic. Good capture.

    I hope their foreman does not see how they were spending their time "on the clock." Oh. They guy on the let is probably the foreman.

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  24. ha-ha-ha!

    An international look!!:)

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  25. As soon as I see 'Men at Work' I start singing 'D'you come from a land downunder ...' Hope I've planted that in YOUR brain now - just like you did in mine!!

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  26. Oh my, this a global situation, did they whistle too?

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  27. The guy with the gut better get back to work and see if he can 'work it off'. hahahahaha

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  28. Love this slice-of-life shot in your summer season. I agree with Mr. Bird!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  29. It's the same all over the world.

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  30. I can see they really work hard, but if they wouldn't look it would also be wrong. Maybe even an insult.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  31. Watching the watchers. Well observed. And funny to boot.

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  32. Haha! Caught! Some things never change Grace.

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  33. Great snapshot, Grace!

    But I still miss some snow on you photos...
    ...cause it's February and so it's WINTER (here upside-down / downside-up!?!?!)

    ;-))

    Enjoy a (always) sunny week!

    Uwe, the German.

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  34. some things are the same everywhere .. hard hats and beer bellies being universal it seems

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  35. Some things never change!

    "Hey, Charlie, you think I've got a shot with these sheilas here?"

    "Not with that beer gut of yours, Bob."

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