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Renovations, Konakajima

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 1 March 2009 in Cityscape & Urban.

While the houses were being built across the street, the apartments in front of where I live were given a fresh coat of paint.

I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!

standley from Carquefou, France

Very nice graphic shot Daryl! I like the blue hues!

1 Mar 2009 8:00am

@standley: Thanks Richard!

Cheryl from Texas, United States

lucky you, the neighborhood being renovated! I love the blues in this one.

1 Mar 2009 2:10pm

@Cheryl: Thanks Cheryl!

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

This is a strong image! the blue and the textures from the tarp make it seem like a vintage photograph. The man in the corner of the frame really adds to the perspective.

1 Mar 2009 2:40pm

@bluechameleon: Cheers bc!

WABIKOJA from Shiga, Japan

Nice shot I really like the tone of the shot.

1 Mar 2009 3:15pm

@WABIKOJA: Thanks WABIKOJA!

kiji from Valenciennes City of Lights, France

Digital Guff : "Blue period". Very nice shot

1 Mar 2009 8:55pm

@kiji: Thanks kiji!

Richard_Irwin from Belper, United Kingdom

some nice shades of blue here, so much work going on so close to you.

1 Mar 2009 11:58pm

@Richard_Irwin: Yes, it was a noisy time. Thanks Richard!

Ian from A nice, tranquil leafy place, United Kingdom

Looks like a wall of fish/lobster tanks! Great blue motif in this one.

2 Mar 2009 1:43am

@Ian: Thanks Ian!

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Cool shot. These tarps must be required by law. Every building site I saw in Japan had them. The same with flaggers. Even the smallest project had them with their flags and whistles. I did get to see a robot flagger on a highway project too.

2 Mar 2009 3:00am

@Steve Rice: I guess so Steve. The flaggers eh? I guess such work helps keep unemployment rates low.

Twelvebit from Victoria, United States

I wonder why they are required?

2 Mar 2009 4:28pm

@Twelvebit: I guess to stop debris / paint / whatever affecting the neighbours...?