Thursday, July 14, 2011

i'm hooked on the "boys who build" network

everyday features multiple screens of gorgeous men.
now that's reality tv!

construction site of the new brattleboro food co-op,
corner of main and canal streets

happy bastille day to all those who observe the 14th july.

22 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Merci !

Modern art composition here!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Construction workers always have the best muscles Brattcat, it's all that hard work. I think it's more appealing than guys who spend hours working out in the gym don't you agree!!Excellent shot.

Sharon Creech said...

brattcat, you've found some nice scenery!

JM said...

Fantastic composition and framing. Great shot, Brattcat!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Women checking out construction workers is a role reversal.

Judging from the favorable comments you have received above, I guess I should post some more photos of surfers.

We do not have many construction workers in Tamarindo now, as there is not much construction going on. The construction workers were primarily migrants from Nicaragua.

Sharon said...

This is a great capture!

Kate said...

I've been watching a huge retirement unit going up almost in our backyard, and it is fascinating. Have you watched how they install windows. I guess most of this work is amazing to me. Bravo for the construction men!

Malyss said...

Haa!What a view! thank you for this gift! :o))
(it looks like an advertising for the Manpower Society!)

Birdman said...

Hum! An interesting side of you today, Kitty. Did you whistle?

Virginia said...

Well i hate that we don't get that station. I love a good "HUNK"! :)
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VP said...

I don't observe the 14th July, but rarely fails to be in Paris on that day!

VP said...

I forgot, the picture is great!

Library Jewel said...

I love the symmetry of the open windows to the gray sky.

Jack said...

This is a photo that really benefits from being enlarged. Did you ask them all to put their hands on the window frames, or did that just happen?

Tash said...

Oh, my... ahem, nice framing.

Bob Crowe said...

Gorgeous composition, balance and color. I'll leave the beautiful boys for those with a taste for such things.

Giorgio said...

Brattcat, this shot is just perfect, almost professional: if you paid models to stage it, it couldn't get any better!

Gunn said...

Well seen and well done.

Gunn / stavangerdailyphoto.com

Amin said...

Beautiful capture!

Andrew Graeme Gould said...

Oh, I loved this immediately on seeing it small, and then clicking for the larger size confirmed my initial feelings. Composition and semigraphic look makes this just so excellent!
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Lynette said...

Ah, good-lookin' construction workers. How well I remember my own dearly departed husband from the days when we'd just discovered each other back in the summer of 1972. The bus I rode to work in Kansas City went through the under-construction Crown Center (of the Hallmark crown) complex, and often I caught a glimpse of him as he worked, muscles rippling, jeans just right on his sexy backside, his lush pony-tail of dark red hair hanging from the back of his hard hat. Heaven on earth for a woman in love, let me tell you.

Unreal. My word verification word is menequin, sort of a play on mannequin, wouldn't you say? How appropriate for your post!

Giorgio said...

When I saw the theme of the week, "CONSTRUCTION", at the Thursday Photo Challenge

http://www.spunwithtears.com/thursday.html

your "boys" picture came to mind... a sure winner.