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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
Today I had to shoot my colleagues! by Holle on 15 December 2007 1:51am
This was my last working week for this year, spend it at the mine and thought of driving home for holiday on friday and that's it. But you wish! The MD ordered me back to the companies place for a photo shooting (:-P), told me somewhat of capturing the opening a new producton hall and some (!!!) people.

Well, I have done such things before, no problem there and hard to argue with your boss anyway. But as I came there, he had ordered anyone available or in reachable distance to come for photo of THE COMPANY.

We are somewhat of 800 people or so, but lots of them work far of on construction places. But nevertheless, I found me facing a crowd of 350 people! Just thought of Michael in the Cycling Tour episode: "... all looking in my direction, but I couldn't see the target!"

But if you make a fool of yourself, do it with style and so I entered a liftable working platform with my equipment, pushed me up to an impressive height over there heads and made the bloody pictures.

Must have delivered a good show, because my colleagues enjoyed it pretty much and made their jokes afterwards. So, all went well, no harm done ;-).

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