Originally Posted by OakNut
How often do you rush through your day, only "looking" at what's next on the schedule?
For the most part, we are incredibly fortunate to work outdoors rather than being stuck inside, looking at the same four walls every day. There is something new, something different, at every job we work, and even when it feels like you've mowed the same lawn just yesterday, if you take a moment to look around, you will note the subtle differences each time you are there.
I've begun to snap a photo here and there of items of interest that I happen upon in my daily "routine". When you look up, and away from the grass at your feet, you will notice that there is nothing "routine" about outdoor work - there is always something different to see.
Here are some of the things that I see. [B][COLOR="Green"][SIZE="3"]Feel free to add some of your own
Seems that not enough green industry workers take time to enjoy the details of the plants. I find the interest more common with Certified Arborists, and in landscaping, seems more so with company owners or workers with longer experience.
One day while pruning ... paused to snap this ...