Thursday, July 9, 2015

Amazing Workers and Flowers;

    *Workers on the high-tension power transmission line*
The other day when we were driving down the little hill for shopping, I saw some workers from Electric Power Co. on the 'overhead high-tension power transmission line'.  I could ask my husband to park our car for a while. Amazing to see how they work bravely up on that line tied their bodies with rope. No word but 'Incredible'☆☆☆

No Idea for their work there but truly appreciate it for our convenience;

    *Flowers from my friend’s garden and pomegranate from neighbor*
Lilies with three different colors and pomegranate's flower flower and fruit from last month. Unfortunately tree of pomegranate didn't seem to have a good year, so I just chose beautiful ones.

Linking this post to "MosaicMonday""Our World Tuesday", and  "Nature Notes"

I'll have busy rest of the week; Wishing you all will have a wonderful coming weekend♪ 

 The header is the same as the previous post for the links of the post; 


  1. Amazing how you can even make something as ordinary as workers seem interesting with your pictures.

  2. Hello Miyako, I appreciate the workers of our Electric Co. They are brave to be climbing the towers and electric poles.

    Your lilies are gorgeous! I love their pretty colors. Beautiful images. Have a happy day!
    As always I appreciate and thank you for your visits and comments on my blog.

  3. Lovely flowers and gosh - those men are high up!

  4. Oh my, they are up so high! Incredible, indeed! Just this week, we had blackout for about five hours. Seems tree fell on and cut the power line. I was very happy when it was's really inconvenient without power.
    Lilies and pomegranate flowers are beautiful! Bright red and yellow colors give lilies a sort of tropical look :-)

    Have a wonderful day, Miyako san!

  5. Miyako, I could not do those jobs in a million years, as I would be paralyzed with fright from the height of the scaffolding. I can almost smell the aroma of the lilies. Have a wonderful Thursday and weekend, my friend. Hugs from Texas.

  6. i'd never be able to do that job. :)

  7. Nice shots of the workers, Miyako.

    And such lovely flowers!

  8. Dearest Miyako,
    You had a very unique and unusual subject for your camera this time! Wow, I do admire those guys working at such a height. Yes, we only realize the convenience of electricity once it is not there for a couple of hours. We have 100% electrical power so our home feels like being paralyzed when it's off. We can't even flush the toilet as our sewage ejector pump also runs electrical... Makes one think what to do!
    Sending hugs to my dear Japanese friend.

  9. Miyako San!
    The Man workers eletnic power co people are work hard..I had appreciate very much for them specially. I'm glad nothing with in your home.
    lilies & pomeganate are beautiful.
    Have a wonderful time with Otosan tone!
    We having raining for most of five days.

  10. Lovely articlesand foto ,greeting from Mons in Belgium

  11. Wow, scary and dangerous place to work! Great shots and lovely flowers!

  12. Hello dear Miyako, I love the lilies. I'd never be able to do that job. I don't like high places.

  13. WOW! I wouldn't want to be working on those lines! Impressive. Beautiful blooms. Happy Monday!

  14. They are brave fellows to be working up that high!
    The lilies are all gorgeous but the red really stands out.
    Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday Miyako.

  15. That definitely would not be the job for me. Heights terrify me! Love the flowers. -- Margy

  16. Amazing! I couldn't do that job either since I too have a fear of heights. If I am enclosed like in a plane then I am okay. Beautiful flowers. Have a lovely week Miyako. xx

  17. Yes … these are very brave men, indeed, and agile. They look like trapeze artists on high wires.

  18. I wouldn't be able to do a job like that but I am glad there are workers that are happy to do that job.

  19. Oh yes, that would have been interesting to watch these guys working.
    The flowers are so lovely....
    I hope you have a great rest of the week...

  20. great job...your decision to catch the scary work photos is praiseworthy.

  21. Fabulous mosaics and oh my that is high working up on those wires!