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Economic crises time!Cool reflections in his glasses!Léia
Four months does seem like a long time. But maybe that's to clean up all the mess after it's been demolished. Love your portrait again today. You've really caught Ray's essence! :)
Nice couple of shots Jack. Great portrait!
Love the portrait!
I guess the company that wants its employees to be be aware of safety does not have an policy prohibiting smoking on the job.
I agree with Kate, great portrait of the building killer.
Really cool image of the worker!
The portrait is fabulous!What a guy!
Now that's what I call a cigar!! Fabulous portrait of Ray, love the reflections in the sunnies, all the signs on his helmet, his attitude, just fab! They need one of those big ball things, have that building down in five minutes haha!
I remember when you posted about this coming event... Your portrait of that guy is fabulous!
What a fantastic photo of Ray! Now that's the guy you need to take down buildings!! I love all the detail you've captured and what an attitude! If it's up to him I just bet the demolition won't take four months! Another great one, Jack!!
I wonder why it's going to take so long!
Maybe the cleanup will take that long. Great portrait!
That's a portrait for an exhibition!
It could almost look like a bombed building. What a character you found in Ray.
I don't think you'd see a building worker with a cigar over here... cigarette probably, cigar unlikely. A really good portrait.
Great portrait, but if that guy were really pushing for safety he would not be smoking that cigar.
I'd believe Ray.
Well, that is a classic face of construction.
That second picture is just brilliant. It's the cigar that really makes it.
Love that portrait! Are you kiddin' me?! Great stuff, Jack. (Glad to know he's 'Pushing For Safety' while puffing a stogie.
After work is my time,I can smoke my cigar. Yes Safety always comes 1St in the Company and myself.
What dose my cigar have to do with safety. There is nothing to catch on fire!! The safety of myself and Company always comes 1ST!!!!
Thank you SEQ;)))
I meant SRQ!!!
Beautiful bottom portrait, and Bob is right: the cigar does it.Nothing wrong with a good smoko after work.
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