Scaffolding Worker – Low Risk By Keeping His Feet On The Ground


Construction in Taiwan is booming and there is a high demand for metal scaffolding vs. the old bamboo. Installation and removal demands skillful and strong workers. Those workmen who are overweight stay on the ground rather than risk  falling or causing the whole scaffolding to collapse.

Construction in Taiwan is booming and there is a high demand for metal scaffolding vs. the old bamboo. Installation and removal demands skillful and strong workers. Those workmen who are overweight stay on the ground rather than risk falling or causing the whole scaffolding to collapse.

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6 Comments on “Scaffolding Worker – Low Risk By Keeping His Feet On The Ground

  1. I like the play of the man and the two men depicted on the sign (and the lines throughout – from the different structures…)

    • Thank you. This was taken a number of years ago and because it’s been raining so much here in Northern California I’ve not gotten out and photographed, Instead, I’ve been digging through my archive. The intent behind this image was more of a snap and go shot. I’m fortunate that there turned out to be more than just the person. Thank you for your comments on the lines. They are one of the compositional parts in image making that I’m making an effort to be more aware of.

      • ahhhh – digging through the archives huh? well also how cool it is when snap and go leads to so much more later on…
        and I know you know this – but try and get some shots in the rain – well with protecting your gear – but maybe get a few snap and go’s of the weather too –

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