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    Member ZL4life's Avatar
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    The views from work thread

    I had an thought it might be intresting to see everyone's best views from the Job.

    Here's mine
    These are all views from my current job site. I do stone masonry in Breckenridge Colorado.






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    Erstwhile Vagabond armed with camera Lionheart's Avatar
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    Re: The views from work thread

    You lucky person you. 'What are doing working with all that great skiing waiting for you?
    If this is where I worked, I'd be working part time, earn just enough to pay for a studio apartment, and ski the rest of the week. Just wishing of course. I actually like working, but my view is a wall and my saltwater aquarium, since my corner of the office has no windows (it's the back of the building and it's up against the side of a hill).
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    Re: The views from work thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Lionheart
    I'd be working part time, earn just enough to pay for a studio apartment, and ski the rest of the week.

    ------------------- that's my life

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    Re: The views from work thread

    Man, what I'd give to be able to spend some time backpacking out there

    Here's some shots I have in my gallery taken in front of the hotel I work at....











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    Re: The views from work thread

    I am taking a trip to Old Orchard beach this summer, it is my favorit stop in Maine.

    How can I be lost
    If I've got nowhere to go?

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    Re: The views from work thread

    No view from my office. Can't have anybody peeking in at our stuff.

    I hate it to. Sometimes we make sure the room is secure and open the back door to the outside just for some fresh air. Not much of a view but after being cooped up all winter in the windowless pit its a blessing. I've been known to drink my morning coffee outside the door listening for the phone to ring.

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    Re: The views from work thread

    I don't have a job.

    So my view looks like this...
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    Re: The views from work thread

    Quote Originally Posted by cyberlord
    No view from my office. Can't have anybody peeking in at our stuff.

    I hate it to. Sometimes we make sure the room is secure and open the back door to the outside just for some fresh air. Not much of a view but after being cooped up all winter in the windowless pit its a blessing. I've been known to drink my morning coffee outside the door listening for the phone to ring.

    5Y and 8.5M to retirement!
    where do you work?
    if you can say withought killing us all afterwards.

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    Re: The views from work thread

    I was sure I had the best view from work! here are some of mine. one day i am going to get a really good shot of that bridge, i have been trying for a little while but the light never plays ball when i have my camera and the time to go and take it. Incidentally the middle shot is basically what i can see directly from my desk if i look to the left, looking across the hall through a glass walled meeting room. the photo was taken from the balcony behind the meeting room.




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