3rd day. gravel transportation escapade.

the breaking of the gravel...
24mm, f5 @ 1/60

the bucketing of the gravel...
46mm, f5.6 @ 1/60

the lowering of the gravel...
18mm, f4.5 @ 1/100

52mm, f5.6 @ 1/100

25mm, f4 @ 1/1250

...Joe spreading the gravel
55mm, f5.6 @ 1/250

a shaft of light coming through a broken roof tile... this has nothing to do with gravel...
27mm, f4.5 @ 1/80

[. for some reason, the former German resident of the factory considered it a grand idea to insulate the upper floor with tons of packed gravel... which... we are now removing; bucket load, by bucket load. Who ever thought of insulating with gravel anyways? It has become a sort of competition among the guys to see who can break up a certain amount of gravel in the least amount of time... then comes the task of bringing it down a level by way of buckets, and then dumping it out the window into our brilliantly crafted rubble shoot that takes it the final two levels to the ground outside .]

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