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Window Cleaning In The City


This weeks topic on Foto Finish is 'Things In The City'. This photo was taken in May when we were on holiday on the Gold Coast in Australia. I like the reflection of the trees in the windows.

I have been looking after my 20 month old granddaughter for the last 3 days. I had forgotten how tiring it is to look after children full time. Luckily she is really easy going and fun to have around. We have been visiting her mum and baby brother twice each day. My daughter-in-law had a C-section so has to stay in hospital for a few days. Olivia is going home with her dad tomorrow and hopefully mum will be home the next day.
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Great photo! I always forget to look up. I know what you mean about being tired. I babysit my 11 month old granddaughter two days a week. I really enjoy my time with her. Have fun with yours!
Kate said…
Great shot. Glass buildings offer such great opportunites for neat shoots.
quiltzyx said…
The reflections are very cool! Nice job too, catching the window washer/worker hanging there too.
Barbara said…
I love this image. I always wonder how these window washer guys have the nerve to hang there like they do.

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