It's not really that unusual to see people working on a roof. Roof repairs have to be done, after all. But what I find interesting is the ease with which Sri Lankan workers tromp all over roofs that I would think should collapse under the weight of a small adult. And then there are those roofs which are covered with terracotta shingles – are they called shingles? – and manage to not slip on them or dislodge them. Because those terracotta shingles? Not nailed down or otherwise attached to anything. Nope.
And here we have five guys on the roof with a sixth coming up the ladder. They could be fixing air conditioning units for all I know.
Anyway. Here it is, for your viewing pleasure.
This picture was photographed in Colombo, Sri Lanka.