Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
It's a big job
But somebody has to do it. These guys were spending their weekend pressure washing the 22 story Capitol Building downtown in preparation for the beginning of the Florida Legislative session which starts next week. There was another crew working on the other side of the building. The small dome in the first picture is the roof of the House of Representatives office building. There is an identical dome on the other side over the Senate office building. Two small domes on either side of a tall building. Let's just say references have been made to this configuration before and leave it at that. If you would like to see a better picture of the whole complex for the full effect and read the story behind how it got built, go here.
Linking to WEDNESDAY AROUND THE WORLD.
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Oh my! I hope they get danger money Lois :) I couldn't do it for millions :)
I envy the people that do this type of work. It is something I could not do myself.
This is a never ending work, when you have finished you can start all over again!
this is my first viewing of this building and the one from yesterday of surpreme court. i did pop over to the link and see what you mean... that is one job i would not do for any amount of money. SCARY but necessary.. it is not a very attractive building but our County Admin building is really ugly, similar to this but not as tall
Oh no!! :D
At least they have a lot of fresh air !
Stunning shots, Lois !
Ohhhh man! I could never do this job - and I'm not even that scared of heights!
That is a job I couldn't not do! No way!
laughing at the implied reference, but viewing the photo in the link, i can see why. :)
Nope, I couldn't do it either!!! I got dizzy just looking at your great photos!!! Hope your week is going well -- stay close to the ground!!
We see that done more often from spring through fall, but occasionally even in winter, there might a crew doing that on buildings here too.
You wonder what their first day on the job must have been like! And whether they are still a bit nervous?
Not sure I can do something like this now, but I did something alike when I was very young...
I said this before. One job I would definitely pass on.
Actually with a proper harness, I wouldn't mind. Nice view too!
oh heck no! no way, no how!
Wow, that is a type of job I could not do.
I like the way you photographed this.
Yup. Here is another job that I don't want.
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