Sunday, September 27, 2020

Cranes


I hadn't been by the old Honest Ed's site for a while so ventured down for a peek. There are several rental high-rises being built as part of the complex which results in a lot of cranes at work. I'm not quite sure how they avoid hitting each other. It would be fun to sit and watch them at work one day.

16 comments:

Tom said...

...the landmark is gone!

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

The cranes are a good sight, a sign the economy is doing well.
Enjoy your day, have a great new week!

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Awesome photo!

Jenn Jilks said...

I'd forgotten about Honest Ed!

Kate said...

Hello, friend! I' m tying to get back to photo blogging again, and I hope that this published because I miss all of you! Very blue sky.

Sharon said...

Wow, they are pretty close together! Those operators must have to be part air traffic controllers.

Andy said...

I was sorry to see it go. I have some phots before demolition. Maybe it's time to post them.

bill burke said...

I remember seeing Honest Ed's either here or someone else's blog. I imagine driving in and around that area is very aggravating now. I hope that all those crane operators are alert and paying close attention. It would be interesting to watch them working.

Cloudia said...

Great to see your thriving city, P!

Luis Gomez said...

The way our cities grow. It is sad to see some of the traditional places go.

Taken For Granted said...

Crane operators are a highly skilled group. They have to be with all those electrical wires, and each other.

Revrunner said...

There's a whole lot of money tied up in those cranes.

Iris Flavia said...

Here you only see very young (like 3-y-o) or very old men watching such scenes. But that, they do!

William Kendall said...

They must have lights up on top at night.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gosh that's quite a sight Pat, good thing they know what they're doing 😉

21 Wits said...

It would be cool and interesting for us too, just bring a lunch and your camera!