14 August, 2020

painting

on a bright sunny and warm day



33 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    Nice to be able to work then.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  2. :-) Yes, Bill, you call 22C "warm"! Brrrr - long clothes, please! Add some at least 8C and I feel fine. Add more, I´m "yay".
    Enjoy your cool temps! 😉

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  3. I don't mind a bit of painting from time to time, but I wouldn't want to wake up every morning to know I would be doing it for eight hours. What a way to earn a crust!

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  4. That fence does look good, so will the building when he's finished.

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  5. Looks like he is just started.

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  6. Oh, I can feel the heat of that white wall reflecting in the sun, poor man....

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  7. Hello,
    Painting out in the hot sun, does not look like fun. Take care, enjoy your day! Wishing you a happy weekend!

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  8. The sunny weather should be good for painting to stick easily! Nice shot

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  9. There's nothing like a paint job to spruce the place up.

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  10. I wouldn’t want to be working up there!

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  11. It is so satisfying to look at a finished painting job! It makes the work seem worthwhile.

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  12. I hope that the paint doesn't splatter on somebody's white car.

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  13. They don't want to be outdone by their neighbors' cheery green and white front.

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  14. Someone's working hard out there.

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  15. A coat of fresh paint does make such a difference to a building, and causes those who see it to smile at a job well done.

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  16. This is a job that needs doing, and I am glad I do not have to. Like the strong shadow in your photo.

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  17. hih hih I love the way he stand with his feets..Good weather is made for painting and the house will look wonderful :)))

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  18. He's pretty brave with one foot on the ladder and one on that wall. That is something I would not attempt.

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  19. I think I'd rather paint in cooler weather. I can't take the humidity in the summer where I live.

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  20. That's a hard working man, right there!

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  21. He's got his work right in front of him. I'll bet he's glad to see the end of the day.

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  22. You caught him in a lovely pose!

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  23. I need my house painted---send 'em all over
    MB

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