and sometimes other places
Elizabeth, they walk as if it is natural to be up there precariously balanced. Argh...I will pass, too. Great photos!
How fortunate you were there to get such good photos! Coincidentally, I was looking at an etching yesterday done in the 1940s by James Allen called The Connectors, in the permanent collection of the Art Students League of New York. Highrise builders have some nerve, don't they! I love these photos.
And these arent all that high, nevertheless there's no way I would ever care to be high, that way
Dizzying captures, Elizabeth! I'd rather be down than up there! ;-)
I feel slightly ill just contemplating it...
That's just one other job I could not ever do. Whoa!!
I think I will join your club. Many thanks.Greetings from London.
But you get to wear a helmet and boots!
Uh...yeah...they must have amazing balance...maybe they are tightrope walkers on the side? That's a career I would pass on, too.
How on earth do they do it??
I hope that they are paid well. Great photos!
My knees have gone weak just looking at your photos...yes, I think this would be a career I would pass on also.
Nope. Not for me either. My balance has never been perfect and I'm scared to death of heights, too.
Yike!Stay here behind the lens with us, please. ;-)Aloha-Comfort Spiral
I presume there is no safety net under them!!
OK, I fully agree!
Yes, it's amazing! And so are your photos.
Oh my! I am a bit of a dare devil, but I highly doubt that I would stand there unsecured! Sheesh! Brave guys, those ones!
Eekk..me too, I am afraid of heights. Walking on bridges gives me goosebumps so I'll pass on this carreer choice :)
I look forward to hearing from you!