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Old 24th November 2010
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E520 50-200@147mm 1/320 f5.6 ISO 400 today

Post your photos of working men here.....
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Re: Working man

Hello Keith -

My contribution - the Smithy -



E-30 - 70-300 @ 70mm - 1/160 - f5.6 - ISO200 - taken last Friday, 19th November

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Old 24th November 2010
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Like it, Annie!

....good thread already ......
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Ship's Painter


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Re: Working man

Much more serene.




Working ladies.
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Oh and a working man

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Re: Working man

Utter concentration



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Re: Working man

Many working men

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Re: Working man

A terrible but powerful shot...ouch !
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Re: Working man

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E520 50-200@147mm 1/320 f5.6 ISO 400 today

Post your photos of working men here.....
Shouldn't he have his goggles on to do that?

Great picture, Keith, and great idea for a thread.
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Working Man and his Machines.



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I am awaiting the working woman thread......
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Re: Working man



Earth mover.
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Quick shot taken over the hedge.



Pile driving for a new treatment plant.
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Narrowboat signwriter in action...





We cruised past in tickover!

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