Monday, October 24, 2011

Do you love your job 你热爱你的工作吗 ...


I see a lot of people
don't love their jobs
...
She may or may not like her job
but that does not matter
as she has been doing it her entire life
...
I worked in the factory for 10 years
before teaching for another 18 years and
everytime I walk into a class room,
I still feel the excitement,
I think that's a good sign
of me enjoying my work
...

Trash Collector ...

Trash Collector ...

Trash Collector ...

A trash collector
on the streets of Kuala Lumpur ...


25 comments:

Ruth B. said...

Oh yes, I love my job :o)

good serie

pietrzyk said...

Very interesting photos!
Greetings Andrzej.

Theanne and Baron said...

excellent shots of a working woman...she may love her job, she may not...I doubt if that matters to her anymore

Bob Bushell said...

Deja vu......................

No solo Arquitectura said...

Desde luego , la última foto, es la más atractiva.

Last Photo is better than the others...

Esmeralda said...

He tenido mucha suerte con mi trabajo, lo he realizado con ilusión.
Lástima que no todo el mundo pueda tener un trabajo digno.
Buen trabajo el tuyo, y debes estar orgulloso.
Saludos

maia said...

Wong thank you for this beautiful tribute to the anonymous women!

Friendly

Luz said...

Wong amigo siempre es un lindo momento pasar por tu blog.
hermosas fotos!

Eyeliquor said...

Nice!

Randy said...

This would be less stressful I think. Love the third shot.

FRANKIE PAIN said...

quel bello la grand mother track water bottle
it is more felling about that good nigt mr Wong

Farmchick said...

I also like that last shot. I love my job and realize that it takes people willing to do all things to make the world go round.

Erika said...

I'm retired but I loved my job. Shots well done.

Catalina Lemus Fett said...

Una bella transición de imágenes de la señora con manos cargadas de bolettas. En serio, tienes buenísimas fotos. Me gusta como capturas la realidad.

Sígue así =)

Bello trabajo.

Grettings!

Siddhartha Joshi said...

Superb pictures! I really liked the tone of the images, goes really well with your text also. There is lots to learn from your images :)

Chinatours said...

Anyway, I love mine, though it is only a start, and i've only worked here for less than 6 months when i graduate, it is fine, and the workmates here are friendly and nice to me. Good, what about you, do you like yours?

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

I teach English and love my job! Nice few pictures Wong..

Duncan In Kuantan

Cloudia said...

valuable photo and thoughts!


Aloha from Waikiki;

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s.c said...

Great reportage again. And how lucky we are blogging about these thoughts. Not for the lady I am afraid.

Traveling Hawk said...

This is a good sign, Wong, good for you! I don't really enjoy my work anymore. Everything became so complicated and I have health problems too...Next year I will retire.

Carmen Negoita said...

Sad reality. Nice photos!

Jeff said...

Loving one's job is not always accomplished due to each individual circumstances but it is such an important component of life.

Effective candid images.

Sweet Virginia Breeze said...

Wonderful photos!

darlin said...

Your photos speak to me, how do you do that? You're an extremely gifted photographer Wong. I am so happy for you that you got out of the factories, that must have taken a ton of determination and dedication to get to where you are today. I feel that sometimes we just don't know how good we have it unless we've experienced the "other side."

Have a fantastic week!

Ricardo Pereira said...

Nice photos.
I believe the last photo was enough thou :D

Just my opinion (there is no need to spread it around :D)