Work (June 19-29, 2014)

Work - Contributions by Photographer’s Name



Russ Addie:
It's Not Work
Chas Adlard:
The Opal Miner
Robert Julian Agnel:
Parliament Hill Restoration
Dave Albright:
Business Man with Briefcase Revisit Part 1
Pat Albright:
Business Man with a Briefcase Revisit Part 2


Landis Bennett:
Walk Around
Robert Bilsland:
Remembering the Battle of the Somme
Andrew Bodrov:
Holidays at Work
Christian Braut:
Place Monseigneur Freppel
Boštjan Burger:
Cheese Production on Highland Pasture


Ned Chiariello:
A Force Doing Work
Uri Cogan:
Jim Cole:
Antique Powerland Sawmill


Martin Frost:
Garage 4x4
W.D. Fuchs:


James Gentles:
Time to Move On, After 5 Years


Gabi Haindl:
Night Work


Nina A. Jude:
Where Do You Work?


Kato Kazuhiro:
Bey Area in Singapore
Dieter Kik:
Barabio-Bakers Night in Kerveguen
Erik Krause:
Proudly Doing Adults Work


Jean Guy Lathuilière:
A Ten Years Work: Majorelle Garden
Jesse Lee 李景超(鱼眼龙):
My New Pano Workshop
Jook Leung:
Osteosaurs Paleontologist at Work
Yischon Liaw:
Window Work
Joakim Löber:
New Tramline in Frankfurt
Paco Lorente:
The Aymerich, Amat and Jover Mill


Roberto Mancuso:
Working to Protect Workers
J Pat Marse:
Taiban Presbyterian Church
Jürgen Matern:
Hammering Man
Markus Matern:
Bürgersaalkirche; Work of Giovanni Antonio Viscardi


Piotr Popik:
A Closed Railway Station


Carsten T. Rees:
S’Leben is a Freid! - Life is such a Joy!
Brian Richards:
Machu Picchu - Incan Stone Work
Rolf Ris:
Lisi at Work
George Row:
Mountain Road Works


Gerardo A. Sanchez:
CCD Camera Upgrade
David Schaubert:
Work Ad Infinitum
Reinhard Schmolze:
Great Works at the River Dreisam
Norman Shapiro:
Smith Boat Works
Ken Stuart:
Volunteer Work


Andrew Varlamov:
Overhaul Repair of Embankment


Richard Wall:
'Steel' Working
Clifford P. Williams:
Sculpture Garden
John Wilson:
Year of the Bus


Keiji Yokotani:
Walker Young:
Comic Narrative Learning Courses - 漫畫敘事班

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