Tuesday, June 17, 2014

World at Work - Recycling - Bansko - Bulgaria



Making a living from recycling in Bulgaria, I wonder if he does?














On my Travel Tales blog you can find more about Bulgaria in my posts entitled. 1. Bansko - Bulgaria  2. Bansko - Market Day  and 3. Holy Trinity Church - Bansko


Our World Tuesday

                                  I am having a blogging break from now until the end of the month.

13 comments:

  1. Just wonderful. Recycling is a big theme for the next time...
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  2. he might be using that cardboard to insulate where he lives... or even to build a small hut or something... and China pays a premium to US for cardboard so he could be selling it... like stepping back in time except for the cardboard

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  3. Interesting!! Boom,Bobbi and Gary.

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  4. I'll bet feeding the donkey is cheaper than fuel. Nice shot.

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  5. this is sort of a sad image but a good one.

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  6. A great capture of daily life for most of the world. He is very enterprising and resourceful. I admire this man.

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  7. Interesting. The donkey and cart must be a useful resource for this man.

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  8. Wow, good for him, scavenging and using what others throw away. Such a hard life but a brave one.

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  9. Hello Lindy,
    Very good shot.
    Good to see how they live their life all there. That must be impressive.

    Best regards,
    Marco

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  10. Amazing travel pictures today (I'm catching up, ... you are so good at getting people pictures!

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  11. That's a great capture. Let's hope he does make a living.

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  12. Oh wow, I hope he does! Have a lovely break Linda xx

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