These are the working class of the world—the people who perform in mostly labour intensive jobs, at low pay. They do work that is avoided by the middle and upper classes. Without them society would fall apart. And yet, these people labour on, day after day, year after year, never quite receiving the praise they deserve for their menial work.
Vancouver. BC. Canada. Measure it twice. Cut it once.
Sint Martin. Neth Antilles. Making a clean sweep of things
Buenos Aries. Argentina. Some work. Others play.
Henley. UK. Planning strategy
Nassau. Bahamas. A painter artist at work.
Copenhagen. Denmark. All in a day’s work.
Delhi. India. The Lawn Ranger
Delhi. India. That pollution can really get to you.
Rostock. Germany. Keep it in ship shape.
Tallinn. Estonia. Building it one brick at a time.
Katmandu. Nepal. Everyone deserves a break.
St. Petersberg. Russia. Two men aiming for higher things.
Katmandu. Nepal. Counting the day’s take.
Katmandu. Nepal. Some jobs are back breaking.
Helsinki. Finland. Outdoor work is great only in summer.
HoiAn Vietnam. Mirror mirror on the wall.
Santiago. Chile. A man who can smile on the job.
Varpraso. Chile. Waiting for their ship to come in.
Buenos Aires. Argentina. A new coat for a new look