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Thursday, March 01, 2007

Theme Day for March : Men at Work

It's theme day again for Daily Photo bloggers around the world. This photo shows the grass trimmers that faithfully keeps Garden City Singapore clean and green.

Without them, we wont have nicely trimmed gardens everywhere. They are totally covered! Most of them work totally covered as to protect themselves from the sun.





The following Daily Photo sites are participating in the 1st March theme, "Men at work", please use the links to below to visit them.

Due to time zone differences and other factors, the theme photo may not be displayed until later if you are viewing early in the day.

1 (Greenville SC (USA) ) -2 (Hyde (UK) ) -3 (Tenerife (Spain) ) -4 (Albuquerque, NM (USA) ) -5 (Stayton, OR (USA) ) -6 (Rotterdam (NL) ) -7 (Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) ) -8 (London (England) ) -9 (Richmond, VA (USA) ) -10 (Sydney -Sally (Australia) ) -11 (Newcastle upon Tyne (England) ) -12 (Constanta (Romania) ) -13 (Evry (France) ) -14 (Lubbock, TX (USA) ) -15 (Szentes (Hungary) ) -16 (Villigen (Switzerland) ) -17 (Mumbai (India) ) -18 (Tel Aviv (Israel) ) -19 (Twin Cities, MN [USA] ) -20 (Jakarta (Indonesia) ) -21 (Houston -Candice & Megan, TX (USA) ) -22 (Budapest (Hungary) ) -23 (Singapore - Zannnie (Singapore) ) -24 (Dubai (UAE) ) -25 (Singapore -Keropokman (Singapore) ) -26 (Madrid -Dsole (Spain) ) -27 (Mazatlan -Kate (Mexico) ) -28 (Nelson (New Zealand) ) -29 (Vantaa (Finland) ) -30 (Kyoto (Japan) ) -31 (Tokyo (Japan) ) -32 (Joplin, MO (USA) ) -33 (Auckland (New Zealand) ) -34 (Sequim, WA (USA) ) -35 (Menton (France) ) -36 (Minneapolis, MN (USA) ) -37 (Istanbul (Turkey) ) -38 (Sydney -Nathalie (Australia) ) -39 (Sharon, CT (USA) ) -40 (Seattle, WA (USA) ) -41 (Anderson, SC (USA) ) -42 (Monte Carlo, (Monaco) ) -43 (Milano, (Italy) ) -44 (Grenoble (France) ) -45 (Wailea, HI (USA) ) -46 (Guelph, ON (Canada) ) -47 (Melbourne - John (Australia) ) -48 (New York City (USA) [Ming_the_Merciless] ) -49 (Cebu (Philippines) ) -50 (Bandung (Indonesia) ) -51 (Antigua Guatemala (Central America) ) -52 (Hamburg (Germany) ) -53 (London -Jonemo (UK) ) -54 (Hong Kong ) -55 (Stavanger (Norway) ) -56 (Paris (France) ) -57 (Naples, Florida (USA) ) -58 (Saarbr├╝cken (Germany) ) -59 (Shanghai (China) ) -60 (Quito (Ecuador) ) -61 (Zurich (Switzerland) ) -62 (Joensuu ( Finland ) ) -63 (Aliso Viejo, CA (USA) ) -64 (Cheltenham (England) ) -65 (Brussels (Belgium)) -

19 comments:

santy said...

noble job indeed! hope they get paid well.

John said...

Are they ghost busters in their spare time?!

Jing said...

the weather looks great!!
:P
and their clothes look like those firemen's...

jing

denton said...

Yes, I think the term "red neck" comes from those working in the sun without something to cover their neck. The guys are definitely not red necks.

slinger said...

very nice phtoo

edwin s said...

OR are they fully covered so you can't recognize any one and point them out if they accidentally strip the paint on your parked car? True story. Happened to my friend in Bukit Timah.

kris said...

they're doing one fine job! i never failed to be amazed by how clean the buildings in Singapore are

Sally said...

So great to see these heroes. Singapore is so famous for its neatly kept grass (including the areas marked "Long Grass Area", as i recall - just in case we had any thought that any aspect of Singapore was unkempt!)

Dsole said...

i can't believe it! i almost post a similar photo! But in the last moment I changed my mind and post another one! pity, it would have been funny ;)

isabella said...

Big shout out to all the Landscapers!

Olivier said...

belle photo, quand il fait chaud cela doit etre assez dur comme travail.

beautiful photograph, when it does hot that must be rather hard like work.

~tanty~ said...

They are doing a good job. Great shot Philip!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

They must be steaming under the suit.

Gerald England said...

great photo

Ham said...

As long as aall they do is cut the grass, not smoke it...

Kuanyin said...

I've stayed at Raffles years ago...they had the most outrageous brunch I've ever experienced! But back to the man at work theme: the groundsworkers are so important to keeping a property looking its best. This shot is lovely!

Kate said...

Thanks for stopping by!! I've had some internet problems while here in Mexico, and I'm so pleased that the folks I tend to visit regularly still come around! I like the variety of this theme, and you chose an important job. I like the photo!

Helen said...

They look very busy!

Ben said...

Your are right, we have to thank them a lot.