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23 Apr 2015 8:21AM
Nice capture! Peter are they selfies!

Fancy needing touch up already! Hasn't been up 5 minutes.Tongue
23 Apr 2015 8:22AM
Excellent Peter, V4 my favourite,
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 8:23AM
Impressive set.

23 Apr 2015 8:59AM
Scary! Glad I don't 'do' windows. I love v3, is he having a rest?? Grin But the light in v1 is very good.
NDODS 11 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 9:16AM
A great set of hair raising captures. Image five being my favourite.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
Nikonuser1 Plus
9 168 16 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 9:49AM
A great set Peter, I like all fiveGrinGrin

PranavMishra 9 52 18 India
23 Apr 2015 10:09AM
fine captures, Peter.. yes, looks like a tough job which requires a certain degree of fearlessness..
TrevBatWCC Plus
13 13 19 England
23 Apr 2015 10:48AM
There's no way I could anything like this! But a great set of these men at work, Peter Smile
Trev Smile
Bantu 8 7 1 India
23 Apr 2015 11:53AM
Yes,well spotted and captured Peter.

23 Apr 2015 12:03PM
You have made good use of this subject with five wonderful captures. V1 for me. Well done Peter.
Tish1 Plus
8 32 5 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 12:47PM
These have given me a crick in my neck Peter, guessing there is not a lift then Grin, he missed a bit in V5. All in all a lovely set!

23 Apr 2015 12:52PM
A nice sequence Peter! Hope he has finished his work safely.
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
23 Apr 2015 1:01PM
Great set of images Peter. Not a job many would want.
Irishkate Plus
11 45 121 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 1:09PM
Hair raising stuff Peter - I can't begin to imagine their bravery and fearlessness.
I like the sunburst in V1.
V5 probably shows us best the job in hand - scary, scary stuff!
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mikbee 14 3 8 Scotland
23 Apr 2015 1:51PM
I dare say they will be getting a wad of cash for cleaning this Peter.
(And there is an old bylaw in Edinburgh that still stands I believe.Women are not allowed to clean windows if they are more than ten feet off the ground.Thankfully my wife does not know that one !!)
Dramatic shots.
23 Apr 2015 2:21PM
Breathtaking photos!
23 Apr 2015 3:42PM
Brave men and excellent Povs !- Very Gooood , Peter ! --- Jukka.
ade123 8 285 1 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 4:03PM
A brilliant set Peter
capto Plus
9 6.8k 25 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 6:18PM
Great set, not a job I would ever apply for.Smile

digital_boi 15 3 6 Scotland
23 Apr 2015 7:00PM
I like the addition of the lens flare in V1 Peter a well observed set hope neck withstood the time without incident I have lost my head for heights now young mans game for sure

JuBarney Plus
10 34 5 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 7:26PM
Amazing captures; well spotted.
23 Apr 2015 7:45PM
Stunning images Peter, bet as soon as they have finished, they have to start again.

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jocas 6 6 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 9:06PM
brilliant set of images, they look so tiny, couldn't do that job for anything! well captured .
ali63 9 791 1 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 9:08PM
Incredible images Peter, glad I don't have to clean that building, I'll stick with cleaning a Hotel GrinGrinGrin

MaryFaith 7 59 New Zealand
23 Apr 2015 9:28PM
A great sunburst - cool set Peter - you wouldn't catch me way up there!!!!! Sad

pamelajean Plus
15 1.6k 2238 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2015 9:41PM
I enjoyed these a lot, Peter, you certainly made the best of the opportunity, it takes a brave heart to do that job.
23 Apr 2015 10:14PM
Wouldn't catch me doing that! Tell them they missed a bit! Super shots. Sorry if I got you in trouble with the other two! Cathy
12 10 10 England
23 Apr 2015 10:30PM
Makes me feel giddy just looking Peter!! Great set.
brandish 7 3 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2015 12:20AM
Excellent shots Peter,V4&5 really bring home just how risky this job is that they are doing.
fotobee Plus
8 4 3 South Africa
24 Apr 2015 11:06AM
Excellent series Peter. If it has just been put up, the touch up could be merely construction and transport damage. One leaves such a construction up for +- 6 months to a year after it is finished, and the contractor touches it up where necessary. This is usually included in the tender price. Regards Martin

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