Friday, June 25, 2010

Health and Safety? Nah...

Obviously safety is not a prirority with this man

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The Arabic for sun is shemish

15 comments:

  1. Looks like he's repairing the roof!? Hope he doesn't tumble off and hurt himself! Pretty blue sky, though.

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  2. Whatever that man is doing, it really doesn't look very safe... You'll have to explain that picture to me..
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. I hope the sky hold him safe though. Great message in your post.

    Nature's Gifts

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  4. It does look hot there! Great sky and a daring and/or foolish man on the roof. Hope he gets it taken care of -- whatever it is! Have a lovely weekend, Jo!

    Sylvia

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  5. I agree, not very safe. But I guess somebody has to repair that roof!

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  6. Hi Everyone, thanks for the comments. As I walked through an alleyway in the Arabian market in Khartoum last week, I was stopped by a pile of cardboard falling directly in front of me. I looked up and there was this guy throughing cardboard and sacking off the roof - obviously to use when he came down. In the mining/construction life that we had before, health and safety was a big factor. Obviously it' not in this case! I liked the image of the silhouette against the sunny blue sky.

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  7. Yikes! There's all kinds of stuff on that roof, not to mention that the roof looks quite uneven! I guess they're used to working in such conditions!

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  8. It looks very hot on that roof. He doesn't look too safe up there, hope his shoes aren't slippery!
    ☼ Sunny

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  9. Interesting repair. Great sky and capture Jo.
    Happy SWF.
    " Regina "

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  10. My husband always says life is cheap over there.

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  11. That looks like a Very scary roof to be on. But I guess if one has to do repairs there isn't a lot of choice.

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  12. Whoa! I hope he didn't fall!

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  13. A man sees what needs to be done, then does it!
    Sometimes there is no safe way to get a job done... or is there?

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  14. It is a good thing that whatever he was throwing didn't hit you! Have a great day! :)

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