You might remember that back in early April we demolished and recycled the cubicles that came with our new office: https://wp.me/p1yQyy-6b4. The above three photos are of our new cubicles in early June a few days before we moved all the staff in.
A view of Resa’s tree through the roses.
Clouds building up in the late afternoon.
33 thoughts on “Cubicles”
Looks nice and clean!
It is clean. Thanks, Dale.
I love those cubicles and the space that flows through the work areas. Resa’s tree looks marvelous enhanced by the lovely rose garden.
Thanks, Rebecca. I walk by the view all the time and it never struck me until today. Funny how you all of a sudden notice something.
The new office does look bright and clean. Looks good, Tim! The photos of your garden and wild spaces are always beautiful to look at.
Aww, the pink flowers frame my tree, beautifully.
I think the cubicles look fab. they look generous in size, and very personably habitable. Nice!
Thanks, Resa. Each work space is 8X8 feet. Everyone has two new monitors that can be turned to a vertical position, so most everyone has one monitor horizontal for things like photos, and one vertical for long scrolling pages. Laurie always laments how book technology made scrolls obsolete and reading much easier. Then we got computers and the high technology throws us back a few thousand years to scrolling again.
That is a funny observation by Laurie!
It is. Scroll scroll scrolling through the pages. It also makes it very difficult to format pages to print correctly.
That looks like a nice place to work! Although, I’m not sure I could go back to a cubicle, I’ve gotten spoiled!
Ooh, very nice! Is everyone happy in their new office?
Hi Couriers. Everyone is very happy. So much nicer than the old space.
Ah, Tim the new cubicles look great! You’ve created a very friendly and beautiful place to work in! Resa’s tree surrounded by roses …sigh!!!!!!
Looks like some of those clouds escaped and visited the other side of the ocean! 😉
The painter pulled them over to add to her canvas.
Don’t you love it how painters work together?!
Especially when it’s on cloud collaborations.
Oh yes!!!! 😉
That’s one hell of an offiece Timothy, my congrats !!
I remember the office move chronicles, so kudos to your indoor aesthetics! Resa’s tree is the cottonwood, yes? You challenged me to a cottonwood photo match, so stay tuned. 🙂
Thanks, Mary Jo. Let the cottonwoods begin.
You caught the essence there of Resa’s tree and the roses, mate. Bootiful!
The new office looks very smart Tim!