Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Keeping Columbus beautiful

I caught a crew of city workers early this afternoon making fast work of clearing out the old pine straw and replacing it with fresh. I climbed into the truck to capture the first image of city workers Tommy Wilson, left with pitchfork, and Graham Davis loading the old pine straw in a truck to be hauled away. The second image is public services crew leader Carl Johnson overseeing Tommy Wilson as he lines the RiverWalk ramp with bundles of fresh pine straw. The last is simply a detail of a worker spreading the new pine straw. I wish I was able to spend more time with you guys because I loved the pace you were working at and how visual your task was, but an assignment called. Thanks to you all, especially your crew leaders, for allowing me to get close to your work.

1 comment:

Allison Kennedy said...

Regarding these photos, Just wanted to drop by and say HAY.