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Multi-Tasking

By MickyMc
Well Multi-Tasking that's what we women do so well!!!!

So my daughters in law tell me.

Here is a chap also hard at work and managing to look after the children as well

Just a fun image for what I hope is the start of a beautiful weekend for you all. Last night was idyllic so warm and sunny, I sat outside all evening listening to the blackbirds singing.

Tags: The On Summertime Beamish Sunny Landscape and travel Portraits and people Humour and fun Afternoon...in

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Comments


dharker 10 13 1 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2010 9:31AM
Love it Micky! Hard at work on both tasks too! LOL!
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CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
18 Jun 2010 9:41AM
Well composed and captured, Mavis, glad to hear you are seeing some sun at last! Carol
maggieh 8 4 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2010 9:51AM
Such a peaceful scene - those two little ones in the background really make this image.
maggie
18 Jun 2010 9:51AM
What a lovely image.
Gorgeous day yesterday, but thick cloud today boo hoo.
Annette
Cormy 8 3 England
18 Jun 2010 10:04AM
Cracking capture.
Cheers
Alan
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
18 Jun 2010 10:07AM
A great image

Peter
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
18 Jun 2010 10:44AM
Good spotted Mavies - certainly looks a great place to work and play too.
Regards Richard
18 Jun 2010 10:52AM
What a fabulous image, Mavis, so well captured and presented.
Roy
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
18 Jun 2010 11:08AM
I hate these birds that sing Mavis.Their repertoire is so limited it sounds the same over and over again.It is like that din at the World Cup with these stupid plastic trumpets.Just one continuous noise.I disagree about the guy here being ''hard'' at work.In my 40 odd years of work,I wished I had a job where I could sit on my backside all day.I was on the go constantly all night as I worked nightshift.I suppose it could be classed as a dangerous job however.I bet he suffers dreadful pain from his piles !! Looks like he is a table maker as I reckon it is table legs here.Another waste of time.Who goes to a dinner party and spends the time underneath the table looking at the quality of the legs ?
Mick.
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
18 Jun 2010 1:08PM
An engaging shot. Takes you back in time before they sat them in front of the tele.
18 Jun 2010 2:09PM
Looks like an image from years ago. Most things are done in factories now not by hand. But its a lovely summery feel good image............Sandy
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 10 10 England
18 Jun 2010 2:09PM
A great shot and well composed.
Joan.
Mynett 8 142 6 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2010 2:58PM
a timeless quality to this one, love the depth and the feeling of peace and wellbeing this portrays.

Linda
18 Jun 2010 4:32PM
Really well put together.
danbrann Plus
12 621 17
18 Jun 2010 5:46PM
I wouldn't like him looking after my children with a big knife in his hand.
A good and different image Mavis.
Oliverpants 7 2 2 England
18 Jun 2010 7:37PM
As you say looks idyllic, but with that big knife,could I hear the music from pshyco? I must have a warped mind. Ann
Gezina 10 3 6 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2010 7:49PM
Love the shot - such a relaxed atmosphere captured with the man just going about his task and the children playing in a distance - Ina
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
18 Jun 2010 8:53PM
Good when Pa works at home-- and such a lovely spread of green1
JEnnnnnn
18 Jun 2010 9:39PM
Bet your not outside tonight very cold lov this shot gray.
Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2010 10:17AM
So well captured Mavis, and love the title!
multi tasking...yes we do it well!
great shot
Lillian
21 Jun 2010 7:40AM
The past and future in the same image - well seen and well taken image. The past in the shadow, not so obvious as the bright future.
Well done!
Johanna
MickyMc 8 8 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2010 8:57AM
What a lovely surprise, Thank you Johanna very much.
Mavis
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
6 Jul 2010 6:16PM
An engaging candid Mavis, you have a keen eye for spotting a photographic opportunity

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