Friday, November 24, 2006

tick tock tick

Clock is ticking, blood pressure rising for the site workers. when winter arrives, works have to postpone again..oh, i'm eager to see the finished building. To get inside one of the longest naves in the country, to photograph the grandness..and to share the beauty with you, before christmas.

12 comments:

Jazzy said...

it looks like there's a lot of work left, fingers crossed it's finished before christmas.
that’s a fine scene from the site Kris.

BrianG said...

What a great picture! The clock, the scaffold and netting, the worker and "pillar's" capital all arranged in a composition that tells your story and fills the frame. It is great!

jing said...

I like your comments a little bit more. :)
and expecting the finished building ....
jing.

www.shanghaidailyphoto.com

Lisi said...

it looks like a renovation but not old building, right? In HK, they would be knocking them down...sigh...I guess that's why Europe is beautiful :)

Zsolt72 said...

pls show us the results too:)

Mimmu said...

I am sure, you will show a result to us.

Have a happy weekend, Kris!

ruth said...

This looks like a great old building. I love seeing the "in progress" shot, so nice.

photowannabe said...

Interesting shot. Looks like lots of work to be done. I'm looking forward to seeing the finished result.

Faye Pekas said...

Sounds like we have something to look forward too.

I would NOT want to be that worker.

Kris said...

Lisi,
Restoration works take longer = increase of cost, so not viable?
*sigh* too. Back home many colonial buildings are not appreciated by the gov.

Ruth,
the works are slow, i guess its the delicate of old buildings. Like you, seeing the process is as exciting!

Thanks all for your visits :)

Meg Nakagawa said...

Fascinating. I hope they can finish in time. I look forward to the interior.

Nathalie said...

I love 'men at work' pictures, especially on such a lovely building!

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