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Un véritable équilibriste !...Belle capture...Gros bisous
Good picture Wong.Greetings, Joop
very good picture!
great shot. he would feel the same about your job!Aloha Saturday from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' > ><}}(°> ~
¡¡Uff! Ese andamio da un poco de miedo. Saludos.
A great job, and a beautiful photo too.
Extraordinary indeed.Please have a good Sunday.
Wonderful in photo, but not a job for me, too scary !
How impressive this shot!!!Have a nice Sunday, honey!Kiss and flower.
That is amazing. Brave young man.
i love your great words and photo!!!!happy weekend!!))))
also acrobatic job ...wow!
Nice shot. I was once in Hong Kong and remembered the bamboo scaffolds going up in the sky until they reached the clouds. For us westerns an absolute form of building art as we are more trusted with steel and alu piping for scaffolding and would not trust this material and bindings.
Wonderful photo !!Bizzz Laurehttp://ptitesphotosdelolo.blogspot.fr/
You shot an acrobat, Wong!!Nice street photograph with vivid colors!!
I could never do that
Excellent photo.I have seen men doing this on TV, very good on their feet :)
Wow, what a fascinating photo!
You're not wrong Wong, I guess it's what makes life more interesting.
Fantastic shot Wong... I love the layering and depth. And what a balancing act by the construction worker, who looks at first glance to be part of the sign!
Now this is a job which isn't for me at all, but good thing some people don't mind doing it or we wouldn't have all these signs cluttering our minds! lol Another fantastic capture Wong, what amazes me is seeing how busy your streets are.
Yes, I am always amazed in Asia by the risk that workers put themselves in. I guess there is a very high work accident rate there.
PS: Great photo, by the way!
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