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    What's the view from your workplace?

    Saw this done on another forum and it was quite interesting. What's the view from your desk or place of work/study?
    Here's mine, I used to have a nice view of Hove Park, but they're building a school in between now, so I have a view of a building site. Most of the guys now spend their days mesmerised by diggers and other heavy plant.
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    I'm not usually in, but when I am, this is my view.


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    I spend most of my working day in either a comms room or 'the build room'... neither of which has windows
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatmeworry View Post
    What's the view from your desk or place of work/study?

    Bloody depressing

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    Nothing but computers/screens, the room I work in has no windows or view of the outside world.

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    the room I work in has no windows or view of the outside world.
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    Daytime view...
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    Night time view...
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    With some of our adoring public, anticipating a starry evening...
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    Photos from Observatory Hill. I've been going up here in one capacity or another since 1987; never get tired of this view!

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    Quote Originally Posted by underwatermechanic View Post
    That looks more like overwater to me
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    Monitor in front of me, then a desk and colleagues on the other side, but windows beyond that. I have a window just behind me and to my left which my annoying (but I love him - he gets things wrong all the time like "sometimes, a Mcdonalds fills the spot") colleague complains about so we usually shut the blind. Peace lilly to my right. It's an open-plan, glass everything office so I can't complain. Though compared to the above maybe I can.
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