“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Ok, are you reading my mind CW? I was scrolling my twitter feed and that top image came up. I had never seen or heard of him until an hour ago. I'm sitting here drinking my coffee and searching around his history and image files.Too funny.Have a nice Memorial Day.Irish
As they say, great minds....
I always wondered who took the picture. Men tougher than nails.
I liked the photo shopped version that changed the boxes to Kentucky Fried Chicken....
With all that KFC grease on their hands they surely would have fallen to their deaths...
That's what pant legs is for.
What's that guy over on the far right drinking???
Is there a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guy taking a picture of the guys sitting on the beam? Perhaps the chain was broken when one of the guys taking a picture of the guys taking pictures of the guys taking pictures of the guys fell to his death from a height of 840 feet
Trying to figure out what building they are working on. Central park behind the men and Empire state building behind Ebbets. 1932. Name that building.
Yes, in part. I lined up google maps in 3d and tried to find the background view of the guy with the camera. Rockefeller Center is the only one it could be.The block immediately to the north, on Sixth Avenue between 49th and 50th streets, is occupied by 30 Rockefeller Plaza and its western annex at 1250 Sixth Avenue. The 70-floor, 872-foot-tall building anchors the entire complex, and is located on the eastern side of the block.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockefeller_Center
Dang... those shoes. Hope the iron doesn't get wet. And no camera neck strap, either.
Who took his picture?
30 Rock (was the RCA building)rst
From a time when men clanked when they walked.